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Dan P

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  1. That is very helpful, thank you. Wrong time of year. Just came back from another 6 hours of no fish. I love fishing, but I’m not willing to fish all night for maybe a fish or two. So what months are the walleye fishing on the river typically the best?
  2. Had one rigger on the bottom. Will put other one down there tonight and try and find those drop offs. Thank you
  3. Fished the channel around Carleton Island from 7:00PM to 11:30PM. 50-100 FOW. Tried 100, 200, 300 coppers, various lead core, downriggers with cheaters and top lines. Speed 1.8 - 2.2 mph. Fished stick baits and a few worm harnesses. Surface temp was 73, about 50 feet down went to 65, about 100 feet down about 60 degrees. Charted some nice bait and fish all over the water column. A lot of fish down deep 60-100 feet. I’m really wondering what type of fish those would likely be? At temps of 60-65 degrees I would not think they are walleye, but not sure what else they might be in the river at that depth. Anyway, all we managed to boat was a perch. Here all week and would like to find some walleye. If anyone has any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated.
  4. Any info your willing to share regarding your catch would be appreciated. Gonna be on the river this week and have not had much luck with walleye the past couple years.
  5. Heading up to the Carlton Island area next week and planning to bring all of my trolling equipment. In general what depths would I be targeting this time of year for walleye? Riggers, weighed lines? Do they bite during the day or only at night? Any general guidance would be great appreciated.
  6. Heading up to the Clayton area next week and planning to bring all of my trolling equipment. In general what depths would I be targeting this time of year for walleye? Riggers, weighed lines? Do they bite during the day or only at night? Any general guidance would be great appreciated.
  7. Fished Braddocks 6:00-11:00. A few kings, steels and one brown. Largest king 15 lbs on FF.
  8. I was out Monday June 20 around Deans and there was some but pretty minor at that point.
  9. Good to see you out there Anthony, thanks for the info. We got a few lakers, copper 300 mostly. Two bows, second one came at 11:00 on cheater, weighed 8 lbs. Made the trip over to Cayuga well worth it.
  10. Great report! Couldn’t have been a better weekend out there!
  11. I’ll be there, first time in about 20 years
  12. Ended up going to St Vincent area in September. Fished a lot from the canoe, only one Brookie. Great time though!
  13. See you next year Anthony, cheers!!!
  14. Rigger was at 100, estimating cheater was around 50
  15. Targeted bows. Started west side heading south, strong south wind, nothing for 2 hours. Crossed over to east side, fished another hour, dropped a couple lines down to the bottom. Picked up a couple Lakers and a nice bow on a cheater 50 feet down. That’s all for now.
  16. Neptune brand 3 gallon gas tank for sale. Local pick up only. I live in Canandaigua or work in Rochester. Used only once. Paid over $40. Make reasonable offer.
  17. If these are still available I’d meet you half way between Ovid and Canandaigua, Geneva would work, pm me
  18. Nice post thanks for sharing. Love the pic of the little guy hugging the laker. I went out on Canandaigua Saturday morning. Took out and couple friends and kid. Looking for bows but all we got was a few lakers very high in the water column. One even came on a cheater 20 feet down.
  19. Looking to head to the Adirondacks for a weekend (mid September) and do some canoe fishing / camping. Looking for suggestions on good places to target brook, lake and rainbow trout.
  20. Dan P

    Canandaigua Canandaigua 9/1

    Out again this morning solo targeting bows. Slow start, south wind stronger than forecasted. I was trolling into it on the west side. One LT early then nothing for a while. Thought about calling it. Hung on until I got to Menteth point as that is where I’ve been picking them up lately. Sure enough rigger fired 40 down with pink Michigan stinger. 21” male. As soon as I released that one 200 copper fired with Sutton 44. Another 21” this one female, released as well. Called it a day home by 9:30. The ring of fire traffic was already filling up the lake.
  21. Dan P

    Canandaigua Canandaigua 9/1

    Nice report, great to see you! Yeah those south end clouds almost looked like waves. Here is a cool pic I got, beautiful out there
  22. Usually dont keep much but one of them didn’t make it so yeah it was last nights dinner
  23. Out again this morning. 4 bows, biggest 23”. 2 on copper 200, 2 on rigger 50 ft down.
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