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Pa223

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    ScapeJack

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  1. Out of bald eagle this am. Water 67 degrees from top to bottom out to 150 '. Nothing inside so bumped out to 400. 43 degrees down 90'. From 400 to 500 slow but steady pick of Steelies today. Cheaters did well today. Spoons and FF also produced. Ended around 12 for 20 with only 3 small kings and rest steel. Great day to be on water. Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. I certainly am changing the spot I keep the vests after this tragedy. Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Very very sorry to hear of this. Tragedy for sure. What size boat were they fishing in? Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Do you still have 6? Ill take them if so. Pls let me know and ill send paypal tonight Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. X2. I run meat on all of the above but do really well on riggers parked deep with short leads Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Crazy idea here for sure, but anyone ever try a spinning rod down chute for steelhead? I always run a leader down the chute with good success but would love to try to go after the steelies with lighter tackle. Assuming I could get the line deep enough with a weight of some sort, I assume it could work. Anyone ever try it?
  7. Ill take them if still for sale PM sent
  8. I agree with p3434. Though you can do it successfully, its all about what happens when you get a big fish on. 10 color leadcore is what i run down the chute and is always cleared quickly when a fish is on Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Way to go Steve!!! Keep hammering them
  10. Pa223

    Meat twinkie rig

    Had one of those moments this weekend where I just wasn't thinking. I meant to set up a paddle with twinkie rig for meat as I always get my best fish by parking it in the ice water. I sent it down without the paddle. It wasn't until we netted our first fish that I noticed. Sent it back down and had action all day. It took all matures . Other meat with paddles were never moved out of holder. I guess they wanted a more clean approach that day lol Learn something every day
  11. Out of Bald eagle again yesterday. Sat down early in 120 and headed north. Not much happened until we hit 475' Then it was a steady pick from there. Worked a break between 490'-515' for most of rest of day Everything took fish (copper , FF, Dispels, Spoons, leadcore) but they really wanted spoons and many cheater hits. temps were all over the place and currents were tough again. best action was 40 ' down to 70' down. anything green and black worked worked our way back in and found good marks at 220 with matures. Took 2 on dipseys / skinny / fly and headed in great day to be on the water
  12. great job and congrats. Thanks for posting the report as well
  13. Fished past two days out of kendall. Fished 200-350 '. Had tough days keeping fish buttoned but most we landed were quality. Bite was strong. Fri was all spoons and meat for us but sat was FF day mostly though spoons and meat each took rips. Currents CRAZY. Fished primarily 80ft to 130ft to stay w colder temps. No fleas. Back out today. Tight lines Sent from my SM-J727V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. heading that way this weekend . will let you know what we find as well. Thanks
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