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Fishing Report

Your Name / Boat Name:

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TRIP OVERVIEW

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Date(s):

Time on Water:7am to 2pm

Weather/Temp:70ish top to bottom

Wind Speed/Direction:calm

Waves: <1

Surface Temp:

Location:Oswego

LAT/LONG (GPS Cords):

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FISHING RESULTS

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Total Hits: 1

Total Boated1

Species Breakdown:Brown

Hot Lure: Green spoon

Trolling Speed

Down Speed:1.75-2.6

Boat Depth: 40-220

Lure Depth: 10-130

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SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS Very slow day of fishing out of Oswego. Only boated one fish, a seven lb brown first thing in the am. Tried every setup the I had on the boat and couldnt manage to pick up anything else. Marked a few fish but they were very very spotty. I talked to a couple more guys and they werent having a good day either. I was just curious if there was a bad North blow within the last few days? Trying to figure out if it's something I did wrong or was it just the conditions?

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Many fish have entered the river so I am guessing that the trolling season is near the end. Huge numbers have entered the salmon river as well. I saw many guys dragging dark salmon from the dam this weekend.

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Hey Angle,

We were out of Oswego also on Sunday, Marked a good number of fish right around 100FOW at the break but only had one release with no one home. We were the small green starcraft getting battered haha.

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Hey Al! There were quite a few boats out yesterday in the morning... I have a penn yan 24' hard top. It def makes me feel better knowing that we werent the only ones having a super slow day. But hey at least the weather was nice!

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It was a little slow out of Sodus for us too! Boated one 25lb and one release on rigger with nobody home!

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Fished out of mexico pt. sunday. went 2 for 2, 1 14.5 lb. coho and 1 19.5 lb. king. 110 ft down over about 120 ft of water. on cutbait. was just off the east side of 9 mile point.

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The majority of the fish in East lake Ontario are moving into major water ways salmon river has probably all the fish that they will get for the year in right now it is stacked beyond the belief of everyone, though there are so many it is almost impossible for people to land them.

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We were out on Sunday and worked the area in Mexico Bay from 20FOW and moved out to deeper water. Marked a ton of fish once we hit around 50FOW, had (2) hits on the riggers and (1) on the dipsey, but none made it to the boat. One of the rigger hits was a screamer at first. We took a ride into the Big Salmon River and it was quite a show. Fish jumping out of the water, people lined the banks, and even saw a few guys in kayaks fishing. It's definitely fall!!

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