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  1. I have a place just down from Mud Bay and took a couple runs to fish that area last summer. Essentially trolling NE of Galloo on the US side of the border Landed 3 kings all 34 inches and longer. Spoon bite. Did not have a scale at the time to grab weights but they were a blast for my 15 year old to land. Sent from my SM-G960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Boat Hoist Repair

    The cast fly wheel for the belt pulley on the attached boat hoist broke today. It's about 40 years old I would guess. Any ideas on who might carry a replacement wheel? If not and I was going to switch to a 110 volt electric winch- any suggested models? 18 ft aluminum boat weighing about 1800 lbs I would guess. Thanks in advance for any suggestions. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Unfortunately we are still new to the game and fishing blind in terms of temperature. 2 Sundays ago we were in same spot and caught 2 matures and some juveniles at 50-60 ft down over 135/150 with lots of marks. Yesterday caught the above down around 95 fishing from 7:30-noon.. Everything we marked was that deep and deeper. All fish except 1 juvenile (on a stinger) on mag spoons on manual riggers. Also had 2 dipsies with spoons and subbed in flasher fly on the rigger for a while but no hits. Fun to watch my son who runs about 100lbs when wet work those fish to the boat. So far he is 100% - keeping the beginners luck going. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Took the young man to the wall of the shipping lane for a second time and he was able to land another. 95 down in 135. Blue Dauphin spoon. Same as the last two. Thanks for all the guidance everyone share with us newbies. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Made the run from the back side of Grenadier to the channel. Left the dock before 6:30am. Rods in the water a little after 7 and made a very happy young man with a heck of a first ever king. Actually we both caught a good one 4/4. 2 matures. 60 ft in 165ft Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Thank you for the suggestion. If the conditions allow, I will give it a try.
  7. How far of a run to salmon from Grenadier Island At a camp near Grenadier and would like to make a run to get on Salmon the next 2 weeks. Assuming the lake is calm, how far and where would I need to run to get onto some fish? Taking a 19 ft Lund set up with downriggers,divers,etc. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer.
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