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Set lines at 9 this morning right at the mouth headed east. We had a strong east wind with dirty water 41 degrees and just outside was 37-39. We boated six fish 5 browns in 7 fow and 1 coho in the clear around 11 fow. We fished 3.5 hrs with a steady picking the whole time. In the end we were 6 for 12 with a couple of lost fish being good size. After 12:30 waves were kicking pretty good for the 14 footer so we headed in. Orange spoons and black and silver rapala did the best. Nice to watch the riggers fire. Now we're waiting for the drag to scream

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Awesome! Good Job! We will probably be out again this weekend weather permitting! Either that or working on the Penn Yan to get her ready 24 days till the derby!

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First thing in the morning had a nice line in 8-10 fow. 37-39 degrees in the clear water and In the mud was 41-42 degrees. By noon the wind was blowing hard and the mud line was in 5-6 fow. Looks like the lake is rough through Thursday so Saturday afternoon well be back at it. I wanted to fish near braddocks but with the waves we stayed close to home. E trolled 2/3 way their then trolled back to sandy. Just enough action to keep you busy setting lines

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Just small coho. Hooked up with it when we were swinging around. Outside board was in the clear water and he grabbed a black and silver split body rapala. Browns have been typical 4-6lb and biggest in last two trips was 10 lbs. Friday Saturday Sunday looks nice so Saturday we're hitting up braddocks around 2 for couple hrs then going to 40-50 fow for lakers . Should be Alot boats out there I would think

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will be up there april 19th and 20th . if we have rough waters how do you think we would do off shore spin casting? trying t think ahead since we have already made our reservations. little sandy creek still producing do you know?

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I don't know. Ide check out the tributary reports. I've never tried it but off Hamlin beach and Genny piers i see guys casting away. Tributaries guys are tight lipped though. We did pull fish out of 5 fow though so there in tight to shore

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thanks. last year we caught browns right in tight in front of sandy pond so they should be in casting range. would rather fish out of the boat but if winds are bad i will need 2nd choices. good luck next time out. 

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About 120 miles. Sandy Creek for this post is west of Rochester.  Sandy Pond is east of Pulaski.

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Dang it! haha I keep reading how it's locked up here on the east end and yet I kept thinking this post was sandy creek north of pulaski hahaha. For a second there I thought I was fishing sooner than later 

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Good job. I can't wait. Hopefully this weekend

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