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Lineman1

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  1. Being in the right place at the right time has helped many. My partner and i watched a boat launch full throttle off the top of Troy dam in the Hudson River stryper fishing this May. We threw the younger person a life jacket and let him float down river, as his older partner was going under. Just barley got him in time. Hypothermia kicked in, eyes rolled back in head. I’ll never forget the look on his face when i got to him. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. If that guy hadn’t of seen me, my next move was to call coast guard. My boat was getting throttled from all directions, that was a nasty cross chop. Can’t say I’ve ever had my emergency kit out before, flare guns loaded ready to roll. Not impressed with the new boat! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. A huge shout out to the gentleman out of the little salmon River who towed my boat back to port for me. Was wondering if someone could get me his info?????? 42 years of fishing Mexico Bay, I’ve never broke. That was a nasty cross chop and i was getting tossed around like a rag doll after my engine quit. This gentleman risked his own boat and the safety of his crew to pull me back to the launch. It was no easy task. If anyone knows this guy could i get his info?!?!? I would like to pay him for his heroism. My boat is at Mikes marina now. Btw- Was my first trip out with the boat. Just purchased it. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. There was a thread on here back in 2018 from a very nice gentleman who explained his set up. If you google Gary D rig in the net you will find the link to the post on LOU forum. This rig has been on fire for me the last two weeks. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Wife and I went 2 for 3 this morning, between high rocks and nine mile. Both kings in the mid to low 20 pound range. We fished from 5am till 930am. All our hits were in approx 110-115 fow. Both fish came off green glow dodger / squid. Down 80 @ 2.6mph Lost a “screamer” down 70 on a watermelon color NK mag. The screen was less than impressive in my opinion between 100-200 fow in that area. So bad I almost picked up and ran east until we boated the first king. Plenty of boats. There were boats inside of 100 fow not sure if screen was better in there. Good luck. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Even more of a slap in the face was when I returned mid morning from fishing to an EMPTY parking lot, except for my truck. Bastards Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I started in morning workin between 140-180ft, buy 9 am screens were blank and i moved out to 400. 60-85ft down on spoons for kings for me Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. All spoon bite for me monday between 430-730am outside oswego I couldnt get anytging to fire behind any sort of flasher, i tried meat and flies. I also slid out to that 400’ mark late morning and that steelhead bite was phenomenal We were catching them 50’ down and they were dancing out of the water in 3-5 ft waves before the line would release pretty cool. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Im headn to the launch for an evening fish today will update. I stopped in 120 last week screen looked descent but i got blown off. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. I fished a few hours early am before i got blown off thursday. Between high rocks and plant 120-140. Found some bait, two hits on spoons @65down. Was marking a lot of smaller marks above bait, took a nice brown 20 down on a bay rat. Not enough time to fish to really get a good gauge on the fishing out of mexico. Im fishing tomorrow and going to try a few evenings next week. Will update. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. I fished this morning in reach of oswego, i was just to the east near the plant. Started in 120’ found bait right away, had three hits, lost a 15# king at the net it got crazy rough. All hits were on spoons down 65-80. As we were picking up we boated a nice brown down 20’ on a fluorescent bay rat. We got blown off the lake 4-5 ftrs with the occasional holy “:/&$!!! Good luck Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Thanks for the responses guys, I have to put boat shopping on hold, heading to Puerto Rico to help restore power and have no clue when I will be back in the state. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Haven't had any luck been looking for a descent hard top boat for lake Ontario fishing. I really like the Penn Yan contenders. Looking to pay cash if anyone is looking to sell or knows of one for sale please leave message. Not looking for a deal just looking for the boat I want. Stripped or with equipment. Trailer is a must. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. I fished the same depth as well this past weekend and took note of all them marks 40-60' down over 120 fow. I threw a black and orange nk28 and a rainbow colored stinger down 50 and 60 and hit two browns and a Coho at that depth. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. I would bite if it was hardtop. Nice looking rig. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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