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  1. Good weekend, most of our fish were caught in 12-14ft just east of Johnson creek. Ran out too 300' today(sunday) and put a couple in the boat as well. Glad I didnt trust the weather man. 4 kings 7 browns 4 Steelies and 1 coho. Jplugs & spoons. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  2. Heading up right now I'll let everybody know what it's like. Forecast seemed to calm down but it's still going to be rough. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  3. Heading up to point breeze(hopefully) friday for the weekend. The only reason I wouldnt go is because of this big blow on the way. So my question is, after a lot strong winds and rain from the N & E is it fishable inside of 100'? Wind forecast also says strongs winds from the south late friday and Saturday. Thanks in advance. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  4. Great trip to the oak so far! Started Wednesday evening in 100ft straight out Went out to 200 picked up 2 nice kings and a steelie, missed 3. 80ft spinny with a cheater up 15 and 60ft spinny w/ a cheater up 15 were most productive all three days. Thursday, 8 nice fish, 10 colors and the riggers did the work DW 2 face spoons and flashers with stud flys. The water got pretty squirrelly in the late morning and my boy and buddy started chumming for us, but stuck it out. Great day! Friday, got a late start but ended up putting five nice fish in the box and threw some dinks back. Dipsy took 3 today. Fleas are pretty bad...one more day left!!!! A huge thank you to the captain and crew of Shotgun, we were dead on the water and they towed us from about 3 miles out, a spark plug wiggled itself loose and lost power. Good to go now though. Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  5. Best place to find a originals and some new old stock is at flea markets. 90% of mine are found there and usually $1-$2 each Sent from my SM-G892A using Tapatalk
  6. Here's a better pic. Thanks Earl! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  7. I have never seen anything like this before, they look like they are electric trolling motors but I can't tell. If anyone can give me Clarity on what these are I would love to know?? Notice in the picture the two props up above the main prop Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  8. Flatline jplugs and moonshine casting spoons, 75-100 ft back. Keep your speed up. Go in the shallows where you dont see many boats. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  9. I forgot to add a big thank you to all who post on here! If it wasn't for all of the great information that I have to study, I would have a lot of trouble out past 120 ft. And just in case he reads this, Captain Bob Songin gives the greatest fish reports on any body of water that I've ever fished. I can also add that I will probably never use stackers on my downrigger ever again. That is after picking up some fixed cheaters from the gentleman who makes them on here. They work great! Thanks again! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  10. Fished the oak fri-sat-sun Started out of Point Breeze about 5 a.m., trolled inside 30 ft out in front and west till about 7 a.m. all J plugs not a bite. Moved out towards a hundred foot trolling the whole way out marked a ton of fish no takers. Trolled out towards 200 where we found a wet desert. The water was like glass all weekend so we pulled up and headed out to where the big boys were. Found out i left my fish hawk TD at home and I have never done well out in deeper water on Lake O with my small boat. But we ended up hooking 7 steelies and releasing three. We lost a Big King and two other unknown strikes. Wonder Bread and watermelon is what worked that day everything took hits FF, J plugs, spoons riggers and divers 50-90. Left when the sun got high and the fished stop biting. Headed back to fish around 4:30 fished till 8. 130-10ft jplugs n moonshines no takers Same program on Saturday but we got three nice Kings inside of 30 ft before 7 a.m. Jplugs Moved to where we hit in 400 - 450. Asked my buddy to drop the down rigger ball and he did just that, right to the bottom of Ontario. Had a back up 10lb steel ball(tons of blowback). Ended up landing 2 steel. But then my buddy noobed a net job on 15+ probably almost 20lb steelhead, cleared a cheater line with 5-7lb steely on it and let it go on accident. Missed a few others, Bad news bears that day. Nk watermelon, wonder bread SD w/ hammer fly. Left when it got too hot. Evening 30-130 tons of marks. No takers. Tried Ff, spoons(nk,dw,ms), J plugs, rapalas, renoskys Sunday morning 1 king in 15ft before first light 730am went out to 400 got a big king 41in., super dark fish on dipsey w/ wonder Bread Ff. Didnt think they went back out that far after being in the river. 2 steel. Not as many bites but DW 42nd spoon got one. Couldn't find the right combo to get the bite going like the day before. But we're happy and enjoyed some beautiful days out on the water. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  11. Thanks everyone! Much appreciated! Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  12. Thank you for the informative response! I'm definitely coming up. I was just hoping someone was kind enough on here to possibly share some of their knowledge of what an East Wind does to Lake Ontario. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  13. Planning on coming up and fishing the Oak next weekend. Looks like it's going to be a few days of East Winds between 6 and 10 miles an hour. Anybody have any idea what this might do to the lake and the fishing? Any insight or info is greatly appreciated. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
  14. Do you have a picture of this Fickle Pickle? I know the dill pickle color pattern. But the Fickle Pickle I don't know and I can't find it anywhere online. Do you have a picture of this? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Tapatalk
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