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  1. Jann’s netcraft Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. 20lb fluorocarbon 48”, 3 #2 bait hooks, 3,4,or5 size blades, then , a bead , then float above each hook. The floats keeps the harness off the zebra mussel. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Great fish Prof! We've had some good luck out on niagara shoal this year and I've been in front of your place too. However, with the new Yamaha on the Grady you probably can't hear me[emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Thanks [emoji1303] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Hello fellow anglers, Just wondering if anyone has some insight into fishing eel bay for perch? I would like to try this fall since our summer was a bust. Do the flats hold more schools than the channel by picton? Are minnows the bait of choice? Thanks for the advisement, Ray Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. 25-45 ft, look for humps, soft shell crabs, watermelon senkos on drop shot rig.
  7. 18-35 ft. From Clayton to Alex bay. Look for humps on your map. PS...get a map..1 oz sinker and a crayfish works well, drifting off drop offs, worm on a 1/2 oz buck tail, drop shot with pink or watermelon wacky worm. Find the blue/green water....rocky bottom...drop shot there. Good luck!
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    SLR 10 lbs er...

    Yup, biggest eye ever! Ran down to gander today to reload on reef runners
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    SLR 10 lbs er...

    31 inches....10.3lbs 45 ft of water with a chrome/orange reef runner. 1 oz in line sinker also. Great night!
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    SLR Wally

    Having some good success lately. Trolling diving reef runners with 6-8oz inline sinker. 35-65 ft. Also,FINALLY caught a bass this year!
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    Evening SLR eyes

    Anywhere from Clayton to chippawa bay. I've been finding them mostly on the sides of humps that drop to 30-60 ft. Hugging the bottom with my bb and floating worm harness. 8-10 pm seems to work for me!
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    Evening SLR eyes

    Yes, I try to keep it a foot off the bottom. However they don't seem to bite after dark? The gobies
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    Evening SLR eyes

    Went out from 6 to 10 pm. Got two. 45-65 ft. Drifting bb with floating worm harness. Good start to summer
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    SLR ice perch

    If we ever get ice I'll give it a try
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    SLR ice perch

    That's funny because we never target perch in our bay. We head out to krings point mostly during the spring.
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    SLR ice perch

    Hi fellas, I have a camp on swan bay, but never ice fished there..mostly Oneida. I would like to target perch up there..any advise for areas? Thanks! Ray
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    SLR Perch

    FYI...we had the same season. Great walleye season with a horrible perch and smallmouth. My normal ice out spots for perch didn't produce, and I really had to work to get a few smallies. Soft shell crabs were the best for the bass along with watermelon senkos. Nothing worked for perch. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    SLR

    Wow ! Nice! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    SLR eyes

    Niagara shoal producing! Bottom bouncer with floating worm harness. Green and orange seem to produce for me. 45-65 ft.. Great summer for walleye action. Bass not so good. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    SLR eyes

    Got a couple eaters tonight. 2 oz bottom bouncers with floating worm harness. Fun Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    SLR walleye

    Got this one last weekend 65 feet with BB and homemade floating worm harness. Good times! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  22. Hello, new to the forum and I'm looking forward to posts and pictures. We fish the St. Lawrence, our camp is located in swan bay. I fish mostly for smallies but would like to target more walleyes this year. I own a 1996 gradywhite 192 tournament, so if your fishing the narrows say hi. Thanks!
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