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Was out from noon to 7. Didn't move a rod. Not as much fish marking as last week. Went west and back east towards Jordan a little not much happening.

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Port Dalhousie is full of lakers just like last year, I got 5 yesterday , 3 were were hogs, just off bottom on riggers, gold matrix spoons in 70 ft water  between port Dalhousie and port Weller.

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ho's n bows in the mix now.  hit 13 fish the other night, no size really, but fun if you wanna keep busy,  kept the riggers down deep for the lakers, and divers, leadcores high for the rest.

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hey bambam27 I see kings down there all the time, just got 8 of them yesterday and 12 more today on my rigger-mortis luminescent, super uv, atomic powered fly just to name one. if u need laker lessons let me know !

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Yes please I would love laker lessons I love catching them fight like hell and god dam to the smoke up nice in the smoker can't get enough of them

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Hey MR BAMBAM , I think  if u are so close minded to think that everybody is only fishing off the bottom and u throw  your comment about looking for kings just on the bottom, u better wake up buddy, we have many people on this board and people are wanting info. to get fish, so don"t  criticize the board  and only share your experience out in the lake! This is not the place for egos,  "PEOPLE WANT TO GET FISH"  So unless u have some constructing words and info for us all, just f-ing shut up!

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OK calm down guy that's my opinion that just of bottom is lake trout heaven your the ass that asked if wanted lake trout heaven so why don't you shut up but hey guess your the man so why not call lake ontario hunter 69

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And I don't remember saying everyone is fishing just off bottom so if you don't mind maybe read before to type thanks and have a good day

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Heard about the lakers in Port Dalhousie might shoot across from bronte this weekend. I know fishing near the bottom is best but do they stay under that 100fow mark most of the year??

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I was just out got 12 on Sunday morning we got some on 5 and colour lead cores as well as riggers mid and close to bottom. Was out from 7 to 2 pm. post-154729-14350234433159_thumb.jpgpost-154729-14350234625476_thumb.jpgpost-154729-143502347646_thumb.jpgpost-154729-1435023493239_thumb.jpgpost-154729-14350235093766_thumb.jpgpost-154729-14350235247143_thumb.jpgpost-154729-1435023539839_thumb.jpg[attachmpost-154729-14350235800582_thumb.jpg26194:ImageUploadedByLake Ontario United1435023553.614849.jpg]

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Well after the big blow over the weekend I was expecting something better which never came , I started out in 50 ft water port Dalhousie straight out riggers, lead lines, matrix, stinger spoons and flies and I ended up in 200  ft water by the Niagara river, all for a 12 inch king! Hey BamBam where are the Kings! Please enlighten us!

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I would give my opinion and how I did today but you know poeple don't like it and tell me to shut the f up sorry wish I could help good luck boys

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I have never caught a boot from Lake O. I fish out of Bronte. I fish the whole water column. Are the lakers only in some parts of the lake?

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I was out on Friday and was surprised to get a nice king just before I got my 2nd line in the water at 10am, 14lbs on green white spin doctor and green fly! Fly was 60 in 70 water . Maybe we are getting kings off the bottom!

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I was out Friday also fished between 60 to 125 ft end up with 4 Lakers and 2 salmon all on green and yellow wood down 35 to 50 ft the toured up the erieau for the derby going time to check so nice walleye and bows might hit up lake o in a couple of weeks good luck to everyone

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