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Everything posted by Lewis863

  1. Bloom is severe as of last weekend, worst I have seen in last several years... worst seemed to be from Sheldrake south all around Myers looked horrible fleas were the worst I’ve seen in years bringing up 5 or 6 feet of them 1/4 inch to 1/2 inch thick ...all of that said I limited the boat out both trips on Sunday...pay close attention to temperature at depth had to clear rigger lines every 20 min but wire lines on dipsy chew through them stopped using cores on boards cause came back disgusting Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Oh my Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. I would say that 70 percent of the fish I catch are all natural spawn...
  4. One of these days we need to get out and play together
  5. Lol I never put my hand in a mouth that is what pliers are for, if i screw up and let my fingers slip too far up through the gills to reach the row of teeth i regret it... I alway grab through the back of the gills unless Im releasing at the back of the boat during which I try not to touch the fish at all just pliers the hook out. The gill plates only bother my hands a little when i bleed them by ripping a gill plate...
  6. Ive never fished Seneca.... all ive heard is it doesnt do as well as Cayuga ?
  7. Thank you sir.... I end up shooting a lot of pics for clients and they are all kind enough to allow me to use for marketing...nothing tells the story quite like the smiles, grins and pride holding up a trophy..
  8. I have brought up about 250-300 fish so far this season not a single mark on any of the fish.
  9. Damn man it was 12 on the nose good eye 32 inches on the dot...
  10. Thought I would post some recent Pictures from charters over the last week or so....indepth fishing adventures... Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Not that I know of ... I did a 12 laker earlier in season
  12. Pm Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  13. Last couple days ran some mid week charters and limited out both days...but yesterday was a 21 fish adventure including a Grand Slam of Rainbows, a Brown, a few salmon and of course lakers by the dozen. We had the limit on Friday by 1030 but kept fishing and shaking for fun and ended the day with a just legal brown to round out the slam for the day. Posted some of the pics...these guys had some tired arms the salmon jumped five times on the way in, the nice rainbow tried to charge the boat going under the swim step and we had some 7-8 pound lakers pulling drag, a lot of drag which is not that common Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  14. All good and accurate posts, I have gone out in 20-25 kt winds north south blows on cayuga and experienced 3-5 foot wind swept waves. Mine is not a small boat and can handle it, but because of the nature of wind swept waves they have short intervals they can swamp a small boat quickly. In those cases I took water over the hard top...I wont do it again for fishing it was just too much work, I will only do it for rescues.... Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  15. Unfortunately Boat Us has no operations on the finger lakes...something they fail to admit prior to taking your money...
  16. That all depends on the size of the boat you could try an oar with my boat but it won’t move 10,000 pounds of boat, and larger sail boats no way. Throw a little wind in the equation and oars are totally useless for anything bigger than a small ski boat
  17. That takes some experience to pull off and while I too have done that, it is not the preferred or recommended method in close quarters. If you have someone that can tend the tow line and you keep speed very slow and the boat isn’t too large it can work fine...I’ve also seen boats slam into docks doing that.... people trying to dive off the boat into the dock to prevent impact and get hurt...all kinds of silliness close quarters and docking alongside tow is the best way
  18. Yeah because no one ever accidentally dropped a phone or keys or anything overboard ... 🙄 kinda betting your keys have a float on them.... frankly a good handheld radio is a great idea I carry one in my vest that is waterproof and floats 120 bucks when not out on patrol it’s on and acts as a secondary radio...you don’t have to be stupid to drop something
  19. Amen and exactly why I posted it
  20. Yeah I agree I just didn’t bother people were getting too stupid already...I unsubscribed and moved on but thanks for calling it out...please show us the ticket... Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  21. Downloadable from cannon Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
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