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Crafty Jay

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  1. I was out yesterday evening. 5pm-8pm. Went 1/1. “Cut plug” Jplug. 14 down over 25ft. Most recreational boats I’ve ever seen on a weeknight in Late September. Slightly more than usual fishing boats too. That’s just the year it is tho. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. More steel. 6 color. Mixed Veggie. 260 fow. 7 for 9 so far. 5 steel. 2 skip kings.
  3. We’re out of sandy too. Couple steelhead in 350. Pretty blank screens out there tho. Circling back in now. Best screens were 200-220 for us so far
  4. Check PM Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I'm fairly new (8-ish years) to spring LO trolling, but I know I don't catch nearly as many cohos in the past couple years as we did when I started. I'd say it was about 3:1 browns to cohos in 2013, but idk if I've even caught one in the past two seasons. I'm sure theres a reason that the many very informed guys on this forum can explain, but its beyond my knowledge. I was just as enthused as you were about targeting cohos several years ago, but soon learned it wasn't what it use to be and it was better off taking your sons advice and enjoying the brown trout fishery that still exist and if a coho happens to hit the brown gear, all the better.
  6. Forgot my net as well. Landed 1 and lost two at the boat. One got away with my hot Long A. 😡😡 All in the general vicinity of shipbuilders. Then snuck into the bay and caught enough perch for some tacos tonight. Great day to be out there
  7. I smell a new LO Kayak Forum Heading coming soon!.... oh wait, that might just be longspurs grill firing up!
  8. Nice catch Longspur! You're on fire. The king bit a flat lined Bay Rat?
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  10. I’ve been doing pretty good out of Irondequoit on the kayak as well. It’s a blast. Looks like you ran into a good size class there. Congrats and good job Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Highly doubt it Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. I would guess 5 feet maybe? I had my 7 ft rods in rod holders on my kayak and wasn't even close to getting under without pulling them out. Hope this help.
  13. Went a little east and Got set up in 65fow by 5:30a. Had 4 kings in the boat by 6. 3 on green alewife Mag spoon down 30 and 1 on green FF on dipsey 2.5 setting out 75. King bite slowed down so we went in for Browns just east of shipbuilders. Perfect green water and went 3/5 in a little over an hour. Green alewife was the hot spoon again. Down 10 over 17-25fow Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Hey fellas... forgot to put my rod in the truck after I loaded my kayak. Left it leaning up against the dock. It was a black and red rod (spider cast I believe) with a Pflueger spinning reel. There was only one truck left in the lot when I left so I don’t have high hopes but figured I’d try. Thanks in advance. Fishing was slow. Didn’t land any. Lost 2. East wind moved clear water in. The small pockets of green water held fish but just wasn’t my day. Good luck out there Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Here's a quick article.... may or may not answer your question. The laws listed apply all the time. Different regulations are in place due to flooding. 600 ft from any shoreline along Lake Ontario. There are a few spots on Braddocks that are 600 ft from a shoreline, but I think your best bet is to keep it to no wake. You're probably saving less than 5 minutes by getting up on plane legally, but a stop from the sheriffs boat is gonna take much longer than that https://greeceny.gov/news/469-supervisor-reilich-announces-speed-limit-restrictions-for-recreational-activities-on-ponds Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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