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  1. Most of the fish I marked were within 20 feet of bottom with the occasional one suspended. Threw big spin docs, j plugs, bright spoons at them, just could get them to go. I’ll be out again tomorrow and if it’s the same as yesterday I’ll be headed out deeper. Thanks guys. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Heat was terrible today. The coldest water I found was 48 down 95 over 110. Lots of marks and bait but couldn’t get them to hit. Pulled in a few early but nothing great. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. I’m on 68 most of the time Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Will take best offer, add a few bucks to ship.
  5. For me it depends on time of year. I feel like the bite is spoon heavy May - June then turns to flashers. Late August - September is back to big spoons and spin doctors.
  6. I used to go to a place in Wilson called "Down on Main Street" that opened at 4, but its been replaced by "Fat Papas Diner" that opens at 6. I wish I could still get an amazing breakfast at 4 am. Maybe next time im in Fat Papas ill suggest they open early on weekends during fishing season. I bet we could fill the place.
  7. Trying to help a friend sell his outboard, below is what he texted me. Located in Clarence NY. 1976 Mercury Black Max 175 hp. Motor completely rebuilt. New lower unit, new starter, new power pack, fuel pump and fully tuned. I bought a boat with this motor on it and after putting in all the work on the motor I found that it was 50 hp over my maximum capacity. $2400 or best offer. If interested send me a pm and ill foreword it to him.
  8. Lowrance Elite-4 Fish Finder and Chart plotter. Screen only no transducer included. Would be a good bow mount unit. Product is discontinued but Lowrance sells the transducer for $60. $40 Shipped $30 Local
  9. 16 spoons, 6 mags, some NK, some unknown. $50 shipped, $40 Local
  10. Fort Niagara had some slush in it today but you would have no problem getting through it. Wilson is probably locked up with ice still.
  11. Im interested, just picked the boat up today.
  12. Running the bar at night with riggers or dipsys sounds like a bad idea to me. Could probably do Olcott or Wilson but you're better off trying early morning or late evening. Not many guys fish for salmon at night until they start running up the streams.
  13. Its from the bridge closest to the mouth upstream to an impassable barrier. Irondequoit creek restrictions would probably be from the 404/Empire blvd bridge upstream for the no treble hook on sinking lures.
  14. That’s the oddest thing man. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. Had two buddies up for the LOC Derby last weekend. 8/21 Afternoon Left the launch at 4 pm and headed to 90 FOW. We were surprised to find the water was 72 degrees down 68 feet and stayed that way until we hit 200 FOW. Once we hit 200 FOW we pulled in a small salmon down 90 with a NBK mag spoon. Had a hit on the 75 rigger that turned out to be an Atlantic on a monkey puke mag. Shortly after we had another hit on the 75 rigger that pulled a bunch of line out then got off. 8/22 Morning Since the temps weren't right out of Wilson we went to Fort Niagara. Left the launch at 6:15 and headed to the drop off. Set lines in 150 FOW and trolled NNE. Had a our first fish in 170 FOW, small laker on a wire dipsy set to a 3 at 185 feet pulling a green jeans mag spoon. Our next hit came at 264 FOW on a meat rig wire dipsy out 181 feet and ended up being 22 pounds. We trolled out to 350 FOW then pulled lines to try shallow again. Marked a ton of fish between 100 and 125 FOW but only pulled out a few small kings. 8/22 Afternoon We launched at Wilson for the afternoon bite and found the down temps to be much more favorable. 48 degrees down 65 over 110 FOW. We pulled in a few small kings and some lake trout. The 270 dipsy on a 3 pulling most in. I,at least, had a game plan for the next day. 8/23 Morning Launched out of Wilson at 5:45. Headed out to 75 FOW and were set up by 6:10. Had our first hit at 6:40 but dropped it. At 6:55 we pulled in a small king on a dipsy out 155 on a 3 pulling a green jeans spoon. At 7:15 we pulled up a laker on the same set up. At 8:00 we had the 40 rigger pop and after tangling with a few dipsy rods we put a 20 pound king in the boat that hit a dirty white boy mag spoon. We turned North and hit 200 FOW pulling in some small kings. Headed back into 80 FOW around 11:00 and had the 75 rigger pop. Got a 10 pound brown on NBK mag spoon. Best set ups of the weekend were; 240 - 270 dipsy on a 3 with any mag spoon 75 rigger with a mag spoon 150 - 180 dipsy on a 3 with a spin doctor and meat rig. Spoons with some kind of white tape worked well.
  16. We were out today, did one 22 in 250 FOW, ran inside and caught a mix of small kings and lakers, temp in 90 FOW was 48 down 75. I’ll be out in the morning, I’ll be monitoring channel 72 on the vhf as well. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  17. Here’s a handy chart, much more accurate than the one included with the divers. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  18. I always keep the net wet, I occasionally throw quarters in the water as a bribe, randomly say "Lets pack it up", stare into the sun, have a play list of songs that are lucky and is now 23 hours long, bring a banana just so I can throw it off the boat, and I had my riggers blessed. Just hoping these tips can help everyone out. You don't need skill if you're lucky.
  19. A wire dipsy set on a 2 out 175 has been killing it on my boat. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  20. Depends on where you fish, art park is usually pretty free off weeds. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  21. Arrived in sandy creek mid morning on the 24th hoping to figure out where the fish were hiding. We were greeted by some large rollers and a north east wind. We managed to work our way out to 200 FOW and drop lines. Fished for a few hours, broke a rod in half, and only pulled one small steelhead out. We figured tomorrow would be a grind as well. We were wrong. On Saturday we hit the lake just after 5 am, headed East, and set up in 75 FOW. We set a 40 and 65 foot rigger plus a 140' and 175' dipsy. First hit came on the 40' rigger with a seasick waddler spoon but no one was home. Next the 140' dipsy got smoked but the wire snapped costing us the rig and fish. For the next 5 hours only the 175 dipsy got hit. We ran a 11" chrome two face spin doctor with a 42nd fly. First we pulled in a few lakers then a brown. When we hit 80 - 90 FOW we started to see some big marks on the screen. 175 dipsy goes off and we bring in an 18 pound king. Two minutes after we reset it we get hit again, fish rips off 250 feet of wire and we bring in one just over 26 pounds. After an hour we stop marking fish so we pulled in the lines and ran back to where we started. Again two minutes after we set the 175 dipsy it gets hit, we get a 17 pounder. Reset the dipsy and it took 10 minutes this time but we get a 19 pounder. Hit the dead water and pulled lines again, ran a few miles back and repeated the troll. Caught a few small lakers and another brown on the 175 dipsy. Repeated the troll one last time with some smaller fish being caught then headed into the launch to finish the day. Weighed in with a 80.52 pound box for the shootout and finished 8th. Great tournament and run very efficiently, we cant wait for next years event.
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