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Jeremy Goodison

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  1. Fished for a couple hrs with my daughter yesterday afternoon till the lightning . We had a decent screen 150-180 but we couldn’t get a bite. Slid out to 200-230 and ended 3/6 losing a slob at the boat. 300 copper took stealhead , riggers 75-95 , divers 210-250 took the king shots. Overcast I was running gold Martel, gold 42nd, and carbon 14 With kids graduations, senior ball, junior prom unfortunately I’ve rarely got out this yr. Next week finalizes most my obligations and then we’ll be focusing offshore where I love to fish. Hope everyone enjoys Father’s Day Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. Took a nice long run with the boat to make sure she ran well and fished for an hr in front of braddocks. 80-120 we caught lakers and lost out first mature salmon at the back of the boat. This weekend we should be out of weather cooperates . Much needed day on the water Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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  4. Fishhawk is a must but if your not getting bit at all then you really need to get with someone who’s consistently steady catching fish. Reading a good bend in a dipsy should at minimal keep you at a catchable speed. There’s so many little details to fine tune to get consistent and a solid fisherman can cut that learning curve in half. I got blessed with a lot of guys feeding me info/techniques and it builds the confidence . The ability to throw a great mixed spread , pick good starting points, etc all come with experience. Just keep grinding away Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. What kind of monster sets a dipsy out 169 when they could set it at 170 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. This day the cold water was inside . I fished mostly 130-170 during the day and before sunset slid into 100-130. My lures were parked 45-50 degree water midday and before sunset 50-60degree water. When we set up wind was out of the East and smaller (delicate) setups worked best. The winds tuned to the west and the FF and mag spoons kicked in Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I’m showing my girls how a man fishes. Trying to put standards out there for future boyfriends lol Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Overcast Glow frog, carbon 14, gold 42nd, and some gold backed/orange Flies were I suck at names but dark greenish , frog paddle Didn’t run any meat this day Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. We did a lot in the 22-26.5 lb range. Truly a great day Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Thank you, this afternoon was shooting fish in a barrel Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. If you don’t have down temp. First light I’d run 10color, 300 copper, riggers 50-80down to start. Today midday 400 copper , riggers70-100, divers 240-300 , right before dark my bites all moved up. Screen was loaded though, fish the marks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. I was in front of lighthouse, just west of braddocks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Sun up set 90fow sliding out, 130-170 was on fire . Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. On for more tonight Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. One more each, that’s a wrap Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. Biggest so far 26.5 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  17. This time of year I start with mags in deep setups and standard/super slims for sliders. However if your getting a lot of looking and no takers I size down . On a tough East wind bite I usually always run standards to start with . Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  18. Had a friend daughter join us tonight. Game plan was look for lakers for kids just in case but the screen was just so good. Fished 4-dark putting 4 16-20lb and 2 fish pushing 24lbs in the boat and bunch of smaller ones. From 4-7 our best depth was 160-170 , riggers 80-100, divers 250-300, and 400 copper . Mostly a FF bite. Closer to dark we slid in 120-140 all same depths. Carbon 14 took over as the night set in and the bite was steady and constant. We lost a couple tanks that just came unbuttoned . Overall a beautiful calm night and some great fish to be had. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  19. You missed a great bite. Nice steady action all morning. I think first week of August is the next Bald Eagle tourney. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  20. Exactly[emoji23], Brian has a pretty time tested and true pattern of putting the hammer down on big lakers Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  21. Fished the Bald Eagle Tournament this morning with my my nephew and a friend. The bite this morning was insane. We setup in 80’ and by 120’ we had an incredible bite going. Riggers 35-60 cheated were constant, Ten Color, 300 copper, and divers 120-160 pulling anything all took fish. Carbon 14 did a ton of damage first couple hrs, flow frogs, and host of spoons all took fish. SUV SCALE/SPEC LLB Atommik meat rig took most of our meat bites. We generated a solid 30+bites putting 99% in the boat. Big matures, Cohoes, and big steelhead all hit the deck. We shut off around 930 as the front pushed through but around 12:30 the bite fired right back up putting a great finish to our day. 90’-120’fow took most our fish and 170’ was also good. We finished 10th out of 26boats with a 19 1/2lb average for our three fish. Anytime you put together almost a 20lb average and still miss the money you know some great fishing was to be had. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  22. Fished today with my sons and we decided to stay away from the boats and target 550+fow (31-33 line) . We ran 40 50 60 riggers (deep riggers cheated), divers 120-180, and 300 copper, and ten color. 99% of our fish came on spoons (watermelon mag best). We landed around 10 kings (14-18lbs), and a lot of steelhead 3-8lbs. Took about hr to find a pod of fish then we would circle it a couple times and move to the next. Around noon we ran back into 120 fow and lakers were stacked (90-120fow). We landed a coupe but the water was loaded cottonwood grasses etc and my patience was done lol. We slid out to 150-200 fow or the last hr , we grabbed another teen king off the 300 copper and called it a day. The lake was calm, beautiful, and perfect for making the long runs. A lot of BIG kings were taken today by friends and 400+fow seemed to be holding good matures. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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