King Slammin

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About King Slammin

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  • Birthday 12/14/1981

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    Newfane, NY
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    Hunting, Fishing, Sports
  1. They're around. Haven't seen much for size yet. Got an 8-9 pounder at the dam the next day. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. I caught about 100 today. Only kept 15. A lot of 6-7 inchers I just can't bring myself to keep. Wind was brutal, I had 1 1/4 ounces on to keep the waves from rolling me back in. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Olcott. Few miles east of port Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Great advice there. I'm local as well and the Niagara can be generous one day and stingy as hell the next. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Took my buddy's boat out for her shakedown around 11 today. He rebuilt the carb and fuel pump so it was nice to see her running well and no problems besides dead battery in the ipilot remote but we had the foot pedal. Oh yeah, and we forgot a net. Lol. Anyway, we made two passes by keg creek in 34-35 degree water. Some debris, as expected, with a few large logs. Wind was NE about 5-10 but not too bad. We stayed in that 8-10' range and went 4 for 6 in and hour and a half. All small cookie cutter Browns. Best bait was the tried and true yozuri crystal minnow in brown trout. Black and gold and black and purple ss bay rats also took a fish each. Back to the streams for steel tomorrow, and hoping the weather cooperates for a trip to the Bar on Friday. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. Lakers is what you'll catch in March. Maybe some walleye and steel mixed in, especially if you go up River. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Probably Lewiston. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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  9. Is an extra 3 hrs worth it for better fishing? The West end is where it's at in the spring. The East end is where it's at in the Fall. And everywhere in the middle is a guessing game as far as time and place. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Mid May is a perfect time to come up to Niagara County and get into a great mix of Browns, Steelhead, Lakers, and best of all, SPRING KINGS!!!. Many great Charter captains here. Thrillseeker, Reel Excitement, Tall Tales, Lone Wolf, Wet Net, etc. Your boys will get to do battle with the hardest fighting fish Lake Ontario has to offer, and they are so full of piss and vinegar in the spring, even the small fish feel like Giants. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. If the smelt are in the river, so are the lakers. Light tackle and big jigs or three way rigs with golden shiners or kwikfish. What a blast!!! It's coming soon Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Yeah we're right at the end of Johnson. Almost though about going out to where we saw guys on herrick that night before but with all our gear to pack up and the bite turning on we decided to stay.
  13. The main cause was strong current, flowing back to the lake. I noticed it in my line but didn't think it was that strong. I can't verify the thickness of the ice much past where I was set up but there were guys at least a 1/2 mile further then us on the back side of herricks the night before. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Calm, 30ish degrees, low pressure just settled in. It was perfect. Except the current was pulling hard toward the lake. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. I just jigged spoons and raps tipped with minnows all day and part of the night. Jigged a little over night when I woke up mainly tried to sleep from midnight to 4 am. I used a lowrance elite 7 sonar/ GPS that I had rigged up for ice. Tipups didn't produce anything after the first two days. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United