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ITS A FISHAL

Let's go fishing! Port of Rochester... Hot!

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4 for 5 all small. 2 skips and 2 little browns.

Nice job, at least someone is getting movement.

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Just pulled a nice mid 20 laker. Not really what we are looking for but better than nothing

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Just pulled a nice mid 20 laker. Not really what we are looking for but better than nothing

They let u know your rigs are still running. Don't have to check poles if lakers are hitting. Lol

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ended 1 for 3, just a laker. The 2 we lost felt like lakers as well. Not going to waste time tomorrow

 

Was anyone in the group off Webster this morning when the a$$hole in the fast boat decided to run through the middle of the pack?  He passed us less than 30 feet off our Port side, good thing we didn't have our boards out.

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Rough day for us. Stayed shallow.. didn't do much for us. Will not give up. I will be there in the am. Happy fishing and see you out there.

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Same here, one small king under 10 lbs at first light then nothing.

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Just got home fished from 515a-8p roughly. no mature kings. fished from 40 fow to 450. ended the day roughly 12 for 16. biggest king 10#, steelie 10#, and a 14# laker, the rest small browns or skippies. inside has hooks just tend to feel not many are staging kings. I am not sure what i am missing... thru a bunch of stuff at them. Back at it about 7-8 hours!

Dan

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Just got home fished from 515a-8p roughly. no mature kings. fished from 40 fow to 450. ended the day roughly 12 for 16. biggest king 10#, steelie 10#, and a 14# laker, the rest small browns or skippies. inside has hooks just tend to feel not many are staging kings. I am not sure what i am missing... thru a bunch of stuff at them. Back at it about 7-8 hours!

Dan

I feel u there, I did a 12 hour last week. Long time to be on a boat. Back at it myself tomorrow. I'm going straight to 400 and checking temp. I think the hot weather shoved them out. I'll find them.. see you out there.

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When I was offshore off of Sandy last week, I took kings down 120+ out of 39 degree water.  Do not overlook those marks!  Good luck guys.  My season is done. 

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Exhausted, tired warn out.. Let's go Fishing!!!

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When I was offshore off of Sandy last week, I took kings down 120+ out of 39 degree water. Do not overlook those marks! Good luck guys. My season is done.

Enjoy your winter see you next year.

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Got 1 mature yesterday 150ft, 35ft down 60ft back on a yeck frog off of webster. There was a very strong current.

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Got 1 mature yesterday 150ft, 35ft down 60ft back on a yeck frog off of webster. There was a very strong current.

That's about where we are. See what happens today. Marking hooks around 45 to 65 down

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Forget about kings,they fizzled out this year. Go for Cohos,they are about to start staging in roughly 150 to 200 FOW. The ones that I have caught so far are healthy and carry no lamprey scars.

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2 for 5 in front of genny. one hit folded a mag moonshine a bit. good action first hour.

How deep.

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Orange spoons, crush, double crush. Super slims,

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