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  1. Bite was slow again today for us. We had 8 rods in by 715 between the launch and the stacks in 300 headed NE and hit a 24# on dipsey flasher/Brad’s at 380’. marked decent bait but only one other shaker out to 500 turned and went past the mark again and then back out hit a 10# coho and a few steelies ended the day 7/7 released three under 20” kept 4. Temps were above 60* down to 75 then dropped to low 40s by 90’ current was ripping. On a west troll the gps speed was 2.5 the surface fish hawk was at times 4.5 and the 90’ down speed was 2.7-3.2
  2. Can’t speak of the station u are asking about but the Tops station on rt 78 in Newfane has noneth and is an easy in and out with a large lot and was open at 6am 8/13
  3. What are u using for the setup? Weighted line, dipseys, riggers? How heavy/ long of a leader? What color spoons and flys? One unproductive troll may just be bad luck but repeated days of unproductive 8hr trolls and there is something flawed in your spread that goes beyond speed.
  4. It varied from 60-80’, we had temps range from low 40s to low 60s over a 5minute straight line N/S troll at just under 3mph gps speed
  5. We did well Sunday straight out on a 5* heading. My SOP is to run out to 300’ and drop lines. Then troll north until we get a class of fish we like then turn east or west depending on the wave conditions. Under 2’ and 15mph wind I like to troll into the wind. My boat and autopilot set up just like that scenario. More waves or wind I’ll put it at my stern. Don’t get too caught up with leaving any particular port. On line you are seeing reports from less than 1% of the boats on the water. Sunday there were some very good captains with some very happy clients that fished due north of Olcott out to 500’ish of water that are not posting. Personally I put location east to west behind depth/north south. And terminal tackle. FF, meat, and spoon color are a close second. Along with temp and speed. Good luck, tight lines.
  6. Similar conditions straight out of Olcott 7/31. We had a nice steady pick 8- 11am when the bite shut off for us. Current and temps were all over down 80’ over 275-485.
  7. Started out at 7am ran out to 300’ put two 250’copper in and as we were putting in the third line we pop a 10lb steelie. Finish our set on a north troll out to 450 and never move a rod until 815 get a rip on a dipsey out 225’ and get unbuttoned quick on a throbber. Head back in to 275 and pop another steelie. As we get that one in we get three more 10-17lb kings. Turned around at 115’ to reset lines and the lake went from 1-2’ to 3-6’ with the occasional bigger thrown in and we decided we had had enough by 1030. Got one hit on everything we had out and none took two hits. Be alert when leaving the harbor. They are putting in a new break wall perpendicular to the piers it’s marked by buoys but it might be tough to see in low light.
  8. Not meant as a minimization of the women who were affected
  9. Whatever side of the isle you’re on these are funny as hell
  10. So that’s where all the fish went. Nice job. Olcott didn’t treat us well today. Very few fish at the cleaning station.
  11. Thanks. It’s nice to get the old man on a few fish. We started fishing the lake out of Wilson back in ‘83. At 75 he still can put it to ‘em, although that big one whooped him a bit. But he was back on it when his turn came back around.
  12. Headed straight out again today. Stopped at 350’ on the first bait ball we ran over down 50’-65’ started to set lines and got four in when a 300’ copper hits. After that stayed in the 350-425’ range and had a steady pic from 730-2pm. Boated 14 dropped another 7. Mix of steelies, coho and kings one topped out at 27lbs. Mix of spoons, all the usual suspects taking hits. Another great day on the water. From the cleaning station it looked like quite a few had a similar day. Lots of nice fish seen on the hooks at the sign. Dad got the big one. The other two jokers in the pic are friends.
  13. I wish. Have to go back to the real world on Monday. Might have a company “picknik” Wednesday. If the boys want to work late for the rest of the week.
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