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  1. Tried combat fishing 40-100ft with everybody else with FF, J-Plugs and spoons from 7:30-9:00 and got nothing. Headed out to 450ft and trolled to 600ft. Best area was 500ft. 10 for 14. Landed (8) steelhead, (2) 2 year old salmon. Best action on 7 color leadcore/250 copper. Riggers and dipsey got a few. All spoon bite.
  2. Fished for 1 hour Sunday morning 6-7am got scared of by the lightning. Got 15lb and 20lb females in 550ft 60ft down. Both on downriggers. One on two face spoon other a black/green glow spoon.
  3. Fished 6:00-8:00am. Started in 3ft waves and they kept getting bigger, so we quit. Marking alot of fish in 120-150ft east of harbor. 46 deg water 70ft down. Picked up a 5lb Salmon on a glow wonderbread spoon 100 ft down on rigger and a 20lb on a chrome wonderbread spoon on 10 color. Probably would have had a good day if it wasn't so rough.
  4. I installed frame connectors plus I think the 4th gen F body convertibles were fairly strong from GM. 350 stock horsepower is fairly stout for a stock vehicle. I made 600+HP and 850 ft/lbs of torque on a Dynojet. It ran a 10.8 @139mph at Leister on drag radials. Everything is still straight. If I were to put on slicks and launch on 15lbs of boost there may be an issue. My wife drives it more than me, very tame to drive around town but a monster at 15lbs of boost.
  5. Black 6 speed. Prior to getting married and having a family I installed a turbocharger and bulletproof drive-train.
  6. Have a convertible I bought new in 1999. Still like new, 30,000 miles.
  7. June 16th & we were wearing winter hats and bundled up like we were brown trout fishing in March. Our weather SUCKS!!!
  8. Fished 6:00am till 11:00am. Was hoping for the best considering the stiff NE winds. Ended having a great day, boxed 8, lost 3. Two were >20lbs. Spoon only bite, no takers on meat or F/F. All fish caught 150-250ft.
  9. 5:00-8:30pm Dropped 7 lines directly North of port in 250ft. 5 Spoons, 1 Flasher/Fly & 1 Flasher/Meat 40-80ft down. 75 deg @surface, 55 deg @ 60ft, 45 deg @ 80ft. Trolled North. 1st fish on in 350ft on DW Martel 80ft down. Landed 5 fish 10-20lbs. Lost 3 others. Black spoons were best. Carbon 14, Black icicle on 300 copper. All caught in 345-350ft. Lost a screamer 1 minute before quitting at 8:30pm
  10. TONS of weeds in 400ft-450ft. Lots of flies stuck to line also but must be a different variety than in mid-summer because the came off real easy.
  11. Fish the Oak 9/26 7am till 11am, landed 2 25lb'ers. Lost 3 screamers. One pig snapped 30lb line. 90-110ft east of port had best screen. Green J plugs got the action with 1 on meat rig. Went out to 400-450ft 11:30- 1:30and got 1 teenager and 2 steelhead on spoons.
  12. Thanks for the report. Heading there this afternoon. Good info for a starting point.
  13. Just the North 2 ramps at Ft. Niagara are open due to construction. Water is high but you can still launch. Caught 4 teenage kings, 2 lake trout and 1 steelhead last Saturday. 95-115ft. 40-60ft down.
  14. Tried trolling close to shore with stickbaits 7:00am till 9:00 am for brown trout. Switches to flasher/flies & J plugs 9:00am till 11:00am. Only one huge Sheephead for the effort.
  15. Fished the bar sunday. 7-11am. Marked lots of fish in 110-130ft. No takers. Quite a few boats. Did'nt see anyone fighting a fish.
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