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  1. Those are some nice clean brownies. Looks like you were working a little deeper water.
  2. 90-95 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Gave it a whirl today. Baits wet by 0730. Nice pockets of muddy and off colored water west of port. Also a couple good 2 degree temp breaks but only managed one dink. Worked 8-12 fow. Slid out and played with the lakers. Went 3/6 with two real clean healthy looking 15 pounders. Maybe next time. Tight lines... Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. I was hoping to try and get out on Tuesday for the yearly shakedown and to harass some browns. Likes like a pretty good blow from the south at 20-30. Question for ya’ll... Would I regret going out in this or will it not be too bad only a few hundreds yards off shore? I am hoping we’ll be fairly well insulated by land. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Can’t spell. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I am pretty sure I get 300yds of 30# big game on my convector 30’s. Fits perfectly actually. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Wire for dipseys. When flees are in you’ll pull your hair if you dipseys aren’t on wire. Riggers, I keep simple. 30# big game with 20# Seagaur flourish leader. I use 20’. This is by no means gospel, just what I run. Seems to work ok. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Hey, nice Atlantic. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. I agree with Gill-T. Was running stackers a bit and then tried fixed sliders. I won’t stack again. Fixed sliders are much simpler to deploy and you free up two rods to use and tangle elsewhere. Just my 2 cents. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. OUch, Sorry for your loss.
  11. Good idea on the ratchet straps. Or perhaps I should remove it when trailering. That’ll happen!! Probably will go with a hunk of aluminum. I did have the cable attached. As bad as this was, I can only imagine it failing and me dragging it down the 290 for miles. Thanks for all the replies. I figured some of you have probably felt a similar pain. Tight lines boys!!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. One teen in the box and trolling motor decide to take a swim in Lake Ontario. Didn’t end there. Net got caught on dock and bent it to hell. I suppose you’ve all had days like this. Didn’t get skunked though in this lovely east blow. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Why are you referring to rainbows and steelhead as different species?? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Killerk

    Why We Fish

    Hi All. I have read all of these post and can’t help being envious of the relationships many of you say you have had with your fathers and your times together on the water. I unfortunately did not have that type of relationship. What I do have is a ten year old son and love for him that is beyond comprehension. I also have this unrelenting desire to fish and fish and fish and fish, much to my wife’s chagrin. There is no better feeling to me than heading out of port in the morning with my little guy Jack not knowing what the day may bring. The time we spend together fishing is what I longed for as a kid and I am so proud that I am able to give to my son what most of you got from your fathers. This time together is irreplaceable. I hope one day when he grows up he looks back and can utter the same sentiments you all have. Thanks for the inspiration guys!! Tight Lines!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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