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  1. tedc54

    Charter Capt Does All The Fishing?

    I was on charter just this past Monday and one of our party just would not listen to the instructions from the captain, who was great by the way. Anyway after dropping about the tenth fish on the second day of our 2 day charter, the 11th was hooked. The fisherman said, "I hope I don't lose this one." The captain said, " Well keep doing what you've been doing and you are gonna'." It was great and we all got a good laugh out of it. The guy finally decided to listen and landed his fish!
  2. tedc54

    Blind Sodus Bay

    Thanks for all the replies. I am thinking I may trim up my big motor and my kicker and run out with my trolling motor set very shallow. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Blind Sodus Bay

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    Blind Sodus Bay

    Is the inlet deep enough for me to get on the lake with an 18' windshield boat. I only need about 2' of water. I am considering renting a cottage there for a few days.
  5. tedc54

    Yamaha 150 4 stroke

    I have one on my 18 ft Skeeter MX. Runs great, but I had a hard time getting it down to anything lower than 2.8 MPH, so I added a kicker last year. I tried trolling bags and they worked but they were a pit of a pain. Not sure I made the right move, but it sure is nice to set it and forget. I get it going about 2.1 ish, drop the trolling motor, put it on autopilot and off I go. I get about 4 hours of fishing on my trolling motor batteries, so I have started setting up the trolling motor, turn the prop off, and then when we hook a fish turn the prop on and we can concentrate on getting the fish in the boat. Will be nice when fishing myself which I haven't done yet.
  6. Try in close from just past Sandy Creek south/west along the dunes. Just be careful of the big shoal just west/south of Stony. It should be on your electronics.
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  8. Thanks for all the comments from my friend. He is not a cell phone/computer person. He is on a streak of good luck. Killed a bull moose in Newfoundland last year, and a 599 pound black bear in PA the year before. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. I was not with them, unfortunately. Fishing 20-30 feet of water. They caught the brown on a spoon, “poor white boy.” I believe it was on 4 colors of lead core. I am not sure of the speed. He does not have riggers in his new Boat yet. They also had reef runners out on planer boards. I am guessing they were going 2.2 ish but Am not sure. I know when they fished for browns in the morning they were trolling in the high 2’s. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Tracker Targa Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. They had a 30 minute battle. They were set up with 8 lb fluoro leader. We’re actually fishing for walleye.
  12. 26.35 pounds. In the Henderson Derby, not the LOC. We we are all pretty much rookies. It was their first trip with his sons new Boat and setup. It worked. They caught 6 browns and a king their first morning.
  13. My friend caught this one last evening. No weight yet. Weighing it at Henchens this afternoon. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. tedc54

    Oswego?

    I heard that most of the boats are heading to the Nuke Plant
  15. Saw you guys weighing your 31.02 at Woody's. Thanks for the good post. Good info. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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