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Posts posted by Stumpy

  1. Friday the 9th was a perfect weather day on the lake out of Oak.  Went out to the 29 line 550 fow not marking a lot but lost a good one at the boat.  Most hits came on the riggers 80down on green and silver mag spoons.  Picked up a hand full of shorts and had a few more releases without fish.  Ran into 150 fow marking a lot of fish.  Took one decent Brown but lost daylight.  Woke up Sunday to a pretty stiff blow.  Packed up and headed home to PA.  Ill be in a tree stand this week but already spending money for fishing in my head.

  2. Ok, I just need to see if I'm understanding Copper well enough after reading a ton on it.  It sounds to me like I need a copper set up for every depth range possible.  Is there one standard Copper set up for spring such as 100ft and one for fall 400ft. If I"m running it off a dipsy I have a little more versatility. If the fish are down @ 70fow can I just fish 300 with a 400 set up.  Or am  I over thinking this.  Just trying to stay economical.   Heading up out of Oak on the 9th for one last killing time trip.  Any suggestions?

  3. We went out of Oak Orchard and we are up for suggestions as to the best month.  I fished Ontario years ago and the thought at the time was small spoons and stick baits for Browns on planner boards.  I am assuming you can still target Kings and Steelhead in deeper water with the same tactics used in fall?

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  4. Made our first trip to the lake in years with mixed results but not discouraged.  Had all the gear we needed just short on some knowledge and luck.  My question is what can I expect in the spring as far as fishing tactics?  Same as fall just in closer? More stick baits? Flies? I would expect the fish are shallower.  Any pointers appreciated.

  5. Does anyone use 100ft dipsys for salmon or is the 50 ft enough.  I was looking at the specs and it says they weigh 1.5 pounds is that accurate.  I UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE TO GETDOWN

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