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.....I was fishing Bronte on Thursday and went 11 for 13. All Kings. Good quality fish. Fish were between 12 and 22 lbs. ........if you find a school of fish stay on them. The seem to be all together.

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.....I was fishing Bronte on Thursday and went 11 for 13. All Kings. Good quality fish. Fish were between 12 and 22 lbs. ........if you find a school of fish stay on them. The seem to be all together.

New leader in the GOSD out of Bronte 33 plus.You guy have some big fish there NOW go get them boys

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I am on my way to fish with the " Part Timers" , any info on where those big ones were caught in Bronte ? fow,depth,lures, speed??

Not sure just see the post on the GOSD  web page It was a charter boat .

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I was out Fri and Mon night.

 

A couple shakers and the odd high-teen fish for me...no 20+ Kings out of Bronte yet this year myself

 

Also no real pattern, picking up random fish at different depths and speeds, keep changing things up until you see something catch more than 1 fish in under an hour hehe

 

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was out today and had a huge one his my wire line and took 700 feet non stop, and my wire got caught up in reel and the fish broke my 38lb test . So if anyone catches my spin doctor and fly plus 175 feet of wire let me know. Very frustrating to say the least.

it pays to fish with the "part timers" !!!!

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We caught 4 fish between 6:30 and 8:30 am in 80 fow, about 40 to 50 ft down last weekend.

The biggest was 15 lbs, but we had a monster hit that broke the 40 lb leader at the knot just after that.

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I've been finding it's defiantly an early bite! Getting good size now 20+ but you have to be on the water at dawn

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We caught 4 fish between 6:30 and 8:30 am in 80 fow, about 40 to 50 ft down last weekend.

The biggest was 15 lbs, but we had a monster hit that broke the 40 lb leader at the knot just after that.

We had the exact same thing happen to us last Saturday morning.  Right at the knot.  Must be a monster out there somewhere. 

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I was fishing Bronte Thursday night and Friday morning. Tough fishing. Dragged some small kings around on the downriggers and caught one 10lb king. Lost a teen at side of boat.

 

Calipso

 

 

:puke:

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I was out  friday with the "part timers, and ss minnow" and all three boats got but a few small ones. We fished in all waters with every rig available to man. 

lots of crap in the waters up to 130 fow , and maybe the reason the bite was off.

good luck

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Same for me Friday - 5 hours  for 2 shakers and one 8lb rainbow along with about 10lbs of seaweed on the lures

 

Does anybody know what causes the flesh in the rainbows to be a pale grey/off white color rather than the normal pink color.

 

The normal pink fleshed ones are good for the smoker, while the grey ones are coon bait (inedible)

Wish there was a way to tell the difference  while netting so that I can release the grey ones and keep the good ones.  They both generally  look similar on the outside

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Fishing was good, late start on the water around 7. 3 for 4 75-90 fow bottom spoon at 60' about a 20lb there and 3 shakers on cheaters.

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New to Lake Ontario United, but being fishing Bronte out of Burlington for 3 years now.

 

Went out on the 26th,

 

Lost a 20+ boat side at 9:30 am... in about 110 ft of water.

After that went 3-5 on a bronze colored spoon all in 97 ft of water, biggest 10 pounds.  

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Hey Guys,

 

Any new updates or info regarding Bronte?

 

Went out Saturday, fishing was pretty tough, and most of the guys at the launch were saying the same...

 

Hope someone hooked into some beauties at least.

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Was out monday morning first thing with the "part timer" and went 1 for 4 before 6am . Could not get all the rods set up before they were hit , as it was non stop action from 530-6.  fish hitting hookless fly teasers and releasing balls and dipsy, but not hitting  fly with hook.

I was going to put a hook on each teaser fly , but the "Part timer" told me it was against the law , and you were only allowed so many hooks per line ( not sure the number) but we left it with store bought fly which is a treble and single.

We had 5 more fish hit the teaser fly but were only able to bring in one  20lbs on the cheater of all things.

good luck.

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was out Saturday from 5:3- till 11. Few shakers in close around 80 feet, Lost a 20+ king just out front of shell pier snapped the line, bye bye brand new lure.

Ended up keeping one 6 lbs bow. nice day on the water. tons of boats

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Fished on Monday,80 to 200 ft never moved rod,seen a couple small ones get caught

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We fished both Sat and Sun before light til' noon. Saturday one teener and a 20 with a bunch of shakers, did our damage east of Bronte in 200 Ft spoon bite strictly, green was king as usual. Plenty of early AM knock offs could not figure out the reason. Sunday was all shakers landed, lost a screamer on a white flasher and fly, spectacular while on, partner said his nerves were shot after he reeled in the tackle. I said that is the reason we keep coming back!

It is a far cry from last year, has anyone figured out the cause of this dramatic change?

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It sure is a lot worse than last year.  It's the slowest I've seen in 20 years.  Cold winter, late spring and the water isn't as warm as other years for the first week of August looking back at my notes from other years.

 

Out today at 5:30am - 10:00am and landed 3 shakers and 2 rainbows (about 5lb each) and lost another big rainbow.  Most of the fish were in the muddy water at 140' .  Only saw one boat with a decent king on today.  

 

Hopefully things improve in early September 

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