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  1. Thank you so much! Capt. Jerry
  2. Is anyone in the area the first week of January who could check the dock area and let me know if the lake has iced over? Looking for one last trip with the boat. Thanks!
  4. Crushed em at 220-400 we had 4 on at one time at one point. a few doubles. great fish! all spoon bite 60-135 down Captain Jerry Hookcharters.com
  5. I am going up tomorrow and will hit the water in the afternoon. Going out by my lonesome if anyone wants to come. My charter is coming up for friday. HookCharters.com Captain Jerry 330-352-2724 Text me if interested. Maybe heading out 2-7 or something like that.
  6. I will post a report if anyone cares. Seems no one has been out there.
  7. Yes I just told my guys plan on Friday and maybe not Saturday
  8. Has anyone been out of Olcott recently? Coming up Thursday-Sat and was planning on starting at the mouth and going out to 300-400.
  9. Again, Only about 15 years of knowledge here, but this time of year, with winds like that the last week or so, go to 450 - 500 and start there. The more turbulent the winds are, the more the likely active fish will move out (stay out). You mat not get the staging Kings ready to spawn, but there are thousands of fish still actively feeding. As things settle (week or more consistent or mild winds) the more they will bite closer to be biting inshore. I am guessing later this week in shore will be a good bite, but as the hurricane end-trails scoop up, the more likely the fish will scatter again... just my opinion of course . I will be back up late September/early October. Will post again at that time. Hurricanes can mess things up big time... but... Salmon can only "not feed" for three days at a time. They are eating machines.
  10. In my opinion, you can still find a decent amount of fish anywhere 350-500 depending this time of year. I am guessing inshore will be hit or miss. I will be running charters until October, and will hit depth a lot of the time, and will stay in tight when the lake has been calm and the column and current are more predictable.
  11. Ya good point - I am concerned about that. 40 feet between coppers isnt gonna cut it unless conditions are perfect. I am merely trying to make smaller circles to get back to the bait when I find it.
  12. Thanks for that. I run a similar program, but if i run big boards it can take forever to get back to the bait. Some days it is difficult to find bait, so then I end up raking a mile wide pattern at a time hoping to stumble upon some. I just added a pair of outriggers to somewhat compensate for eliminating the big boards. As a general rule will you always drive around to find bait before you drop? Thanks again!
  13. Greetings all! I run a charter boat out of Cleveland but also run many charters on Lake O. I have noticed that it seems to take me longer to limit out than some of the other Captains. I am pondering whether it is better to run out the big boards and run 10 lines to rake as much water as possible, or is it more efficient to find a school of bait if possible, and keep lines (4-6) closer to boat and keep running over the same bait ball back and forth. Thoughts? Capt. Jerry
  14. jbrandt

    fish-united web site

    I tried it on the Taloras - total scam. No response after PayPal payment. nothing ever got shipped. PayPal refunded my payment immediately. They keep starting up new companies under different names.