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jasonjmw

new guy with a few questions

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My wife and brother and myself launched Saturday from Humber bay.

We headed straight out to around 130-140fow we tried spoons, and when no luck tried

flasher/fly combo. Still nothing. we went out for about 4 hrs.

My questions are..

Where would be a good route to start to troll at?

ie. head to ashbriges than continue trolling to port credit??

Also does anyone have a link to a map so I can plan My next route.

I should invest in a marine Gps as I only have a garmin nuvi 250 ATm

any help in this is appreciated..

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Thanks Chad,

that looks like a great start for me.

What depth or water should I be targeting?? as mentioned I was out in 100-140fow

and had the dipsy's at 30-60fow

thanks again

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Jason -

The conditions on Lake Ontario change daily (sometimes hourly) with respect of where and how deep to fish. My first recommendation would be to keep checking LOU (Fishing Reports section for the latest hot bite information around the lake. I know that some anglers prefer trying their luck in shallower water in the morning hours and moving out deeper as the day goes on. Follow temperature, look for bait and fish on your fish finder and this should give you a good enough clue on the whereabouts to fish. The issue might not be where your fishing but rather how your fishing and what lures you are running as well.

Chad

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