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Totally Hooked

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  1. Just plain easy limits in Dunkirk right now. We took my brother and niece out this morning and had a 4 person limit in three and a half hours. Threw back a few big ones as well. All sticks on riggers and three to eight color cores. Eight rod spread is all I wanted at times. Fished 65 fow west in front of the two water towers. She had a ball.

     

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  2. I must be an idiot (no comments), I have those Sam's releases and can't get them to release properly to save my life. Everyone loves them, but me, which means I'm the problem. LoL

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    Silver Fox

    I modified my boards with the Sam's releases and was having the same problem in the beginning. The little screw that is used for adjustment is extremely sensitive. Just a partial turn on the screw can make the difference. I also used to use the key ring but they work perfectly fine laying on their side. OR 16 on the back, slack in the braid between release and pinch pad. Just thought I'd share, I was really over doing it with the adjustments at first.

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  3. Fished east of harbor in 230’ to 270’ feet. Caught a bunch of fish and some decent Kings but nothing over 20 lbs. We got a few in the 18 to 19.5 pound range. Most of our fish were caught 70’ to 90’ feet down but most of our gear was that deep. I just didn’t like temp on Fish Hawk until it was that deep. A bunch of stuff caught but here is what our biggest fish were caught on.

     

    1) 42nd spoon on a dipsey set on 1 out 190’ was good, we lost two screamers on that.

     

    2) White Holo Spin Doc with a blue fly out 190’ on a 1 caught our biggest fish, 19.5 lbs.

     

    3) White double crush Spin Doc with a white fly on a dipsey our 259’ on 3.

     

    4) Purple Glow Frog on a free slider on a 90’ rigger.

     

    Once we caught the fish on the slider we realized we were fishing under some fish as well. A couple pics.

     

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  4. Fished Olcott today from 1:30 to 6:30, 90+ feet down was where I finally found water 52 degrees or colder. Fleas were a PITA and biting flies were actually drawing blood.  There is a lot of weed mats inside of 225' had to constantly clean lines. Finally decided to get out toward 300 and the temp was better (50 down 80) and the weeds were not as bad out there.  Meat took three, NBK on a rigger down 90' took two and a frog spin doctor and green crinkle fly took two. No big guys, all between 5 and 10 pounds. Flies got so unbearable we pulled at 6:30.  Back in the morning - somewhere. Anybody launched at Wilson lately?  Can you walk out docks to get in boat or is it still launch with somebody in boat and drive over to floating docks?

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