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Doc

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About Doc

  • Birthday 08/05/1971

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lansing
  • Home Port
    Cayuga Lake
  • Boat Name
    Master Baiter

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  1. Out of fairhaven yesterday was targeting browns, got my Dad out for the 1st time in a month and a half. Kept riggers high 8-15 down over 10 fow out to 30 fow. ran sticks off the big boards. Ended up 10/14. 1 steelhead, 1 laker, 1 king, rest were browns. Much slower than is has been over the past month.
  2. Shoved off at 5:55, motored a couple miles, dropped the big boards in and had 9 lines set by 6:45. It took almost 45 minutes till the 1st hit, then another 20 till it was game on, steady pick, for the next 2 hours. From 10-noon only 3 hits. Packed it in at noon. Couple doubles. It did not matter what was out, sticks=green, red, gold, brown(goby), black, sliver, blue....etc. all had equal action. Spoons on the riggers were bayrat green goby with copper back and goby with orange back. Stayed in 10-25 fow as we followed the edge of that off colored water. Set riggers back 50 down 6-10. Went 13/18 for the day. 2 salmon, rest were browns. After losing a couple kings over the last few weekends, my better half got her 1st king of the year. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Open. Has been open. I used it last Sunday. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. NIce! But stop teasing me while I'm at work! lol apparently I'm an essential worker.....
  5. Awesome!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Went 11/13 today, finally boated 1st king of the year for us, 15.4lbs, after losing one last Sunday and losing another first thing this am. Biggest brown was 10.3lb. Like the past few weekends Bay Rat goby, sticks and spoons were HOT! Ain’t nothing like hooking a king on top in skinny water with lighter tackle. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Shoved off at 6:15 trolled south, with my favorite mix of sticks and spoons, riggers/ boards, from a mile north of girl scout camp to south end, turned east heading across, back up the north side to about bolton point area. Doubled back in a few spots where we picked up fish. Packed it in at 10:45, ended up 7/9 total,5 salmon were all undersized, 1 laker 22 in, 1 smallie 19 in. Only picture worth taking was of my truck, all alone when we got in. My buddy who launched next to me this am was gone, he had to get to work. You didn’t miss much Andy. Anyone else do anything worthwhile today? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I think you're on to something..... I see this about the launches where there is an attendant to take $$.... not the launches where there are no attendants.
  9. It’s no wonder why the Bay Rat goby was hot. We kept 6, 5-8 lb range, boated 9, lost a few others. The picture of the goby’s is from one fish, packed full. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Yes, like the others have said, Taughannock, run the big boards in the skinny water!
  11. We're you out there today?
  12. Damn, I wish you said something! There was a lot of boats coming out at that time. anyway that is a beautiful rig! I actually was commenting on it to my buddy when we were leaving. Great pike! great job!
  13. Fun weekend. We boated well over 60 in 2 days, hits were over 80+ probably pushing 100. I have 48 releases, had to pull a board in both days to reload, ran out by 10 am. Lots of 16-17” salmon. All salmon except 5 browns today, biggest was 7.11lbs. Kept a bunch both days for the smoker. Triple to start the day today, when we finally got 4 rods set, could not keep em in the water. Off the water both days by noon. SKINNY WATER! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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