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  1. Got out 5/28 evening for few hours, very similar. Fished 80-140 or so. Few good marks in 90-110 about 40-50 down, but no takers. Seemed like most of the water I covered had down-temps between 48-55 deg.
  2. Went straight out Friday evening around 530. Fished out from 150 to 230 or so, couple short strikes that were only on for few seconds. Then picked up around 7, landed couple high-teens kings, one low teen, and a skippy. Think all 4 came in 185-210 range. Bigger fish seemed to be about 60-70 down (above target temps), smaller ones deeper. Didn't seem real rhyme or reason on bates, one on lemon lime spoon/slider, one on FF/copper, one on C14 mag/rigger. Curious on any reports later in the weekend, after the Friday night blow.
  3. Bit off topic - But is there a public launch at Pultneyville? Chomping to get out but waiting on the Bear Creek project to finish up.
  4. Appreciate the heads up - although that will put a damper on my spring BT fishing, bummer.
  5. Hi Jim, yes i do. I will shoot you a text.
  6. Bought new for $70, went different direction. New/not used. Asking $50 for local pickup in Rochester, or meetup within reason. If no takers, will ship (to be paid by buyer). Thanks. Alex (copied info and photos from original product description) - happy message photos of actual holders. Amarine Made 4pcs Stainless Clamp on Fishing Rod Holder for Rails 7/8" to 1" This product is a 100% brand new Amarine-made product Can be mounted to vertical or horizontal rails - Adjustable for rails 22mm (7/8") to 25mm (1") diam Rubber insert to protect your fishing rod from any wear against the stainless surface Rod holder can be adjusted to 32 different angles when mounted;Easy to install, mounting bracket includes bolts (allen key not included). Drain holes at base of rod holder to drain any captured water
  7. If recall we were still pretty warm at 50/60 down....maybe high 50's. Had most gear in from 60-110 down, in 45 to 55 deg range Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Thanks for reports. Fished Sodus both Sat and Sun from 545 till about 9. Saturday put few kings in boat in 140-180. Sunday was tougher bite. Lost one nice king and landed one steely. Fished more 180-220 second day. First day little west, second day little east. Sent from my SM-G950U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Notice the same bait last week, was absolutely loaded - and wasnt there the week prior. Been same for us, couple small ones here and there but not much to show from 60-200 FOW.
  10. Very similar to outing last night at Bear Creek. Worked 50-200 for about 3 hours, few marks in 80 FOW but mostly blank screens. Picked up couple lakers between 70-100 FOW.
  11. If for some reason original buyers falls through, i will scoop it. Out that way often. Thanks.
  12. Been following this site for a few years when a good friend got me hooked (pun) on this sport. This community has been a huge resource of knowledge so i feel a sincere gratitude for all the info shared. As an engineer for a living i often find myself having to sketch out different scenarios (construction....or fishing?). So here is a sketch i did recently getting pumped up for a Lake O trolling weekend. Hope it helps folks a fraction of what i have been helped by others on here. Cheers.
  13. Ive responded to 1st PM - If dont get a response tomorrow i will be in touch to those who responded here, thanks.
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