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Went out of Sodus at 8 am , headed east and when we hit 60 feet of water we set up with dodgers and cut bait [hemlock spinners ] we never marked a fish ! However we did hook 2 browns in 2 hours in 70fow ? I think that south wind has upwelled a lot of cold water and many fish are in the top 20 feet. Surface temp 75 do not have a fish hawk but I bet that the water 20 feet down was in the 50's

Did you run flat lines?

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Went out At 6am. Set up in 100ft. Some fish came on a Michael Jackson spin with green fly. & white with black and green dot spin with green fly. Fixed fish hawk too. Temps in 100 were 54deg down 77ft. That's where all my fish came today. Also managed 2 fish on Dipsey pulling same set ups back 250 on #2 setting. Def more action today worked a 300 yard stretch in the am and pm. Hope the weather holds out and the fish stay there.

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Went out in from 6am to 9am , 0-2 both on Dipsy. BUT returned to the lake at 6 pm totally different bite. The fish were on fire. All fish came on Michael Jackson spin doctor downed by a green squid fly... 100 ft of water down 75 ft. Temps were diff then yesturday prob do to the weather but non the less they were right in the 45-52 deg water. I tried meat , spoons, and diff types of flasher fly combos until I put on the combo above . It was obvious with in the first 5 min that they liked that combo. Bite lasted up to dark them we ran in do to the bad clouds on the horizon . Hope this info helps u guys.

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Bite was hot this morning . 3 for 4 on kings and 1 steel. All came on 250 Dipsy green/white flasher with green fly . Nothing's on riggers . All in 115 foot of water. Down temp was all over the place again.

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Did you try swinging in for browns or did you just stay out deep

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Dipsy 250 feet back ?  If my math is near correct then they were running about 65 to 70 feet down.

 

You running copper or mono?

 

Were the kings getting dark?

 

Dr W

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I run all my dipsys on 30# braid. With 6 ft floro leader to spiny. My depth with the dipsy was 75-80 ft.

Yesturday did 5 kings biggest 28lbs , lost 4! 2 steel head 1 short and 1 keeper and 0 Browns . Best bite was at 7 pm again. We had a triple on landed 2 and lost 1 . Only 2 of us on the boat . Lol Packing up to leave today . Oh and only 1 King we boated yesturday was really dark. The rest were not. Hope this helps. Tight lines and be back next yr.

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I run all my dipsys on 30# braid. With 6 ft floro leader to spiny. My depth with the dipsy was 75-80 ft.

Yesturday did 5 kings biggest 28lbs , lost 4! 2 steel head 1 short and 1 keeper and 0 Browns . Best bite was at 7 pm again. We had a triple on landed 2 and lost 1 . Only 2 of us on the boat . Lol Packing up to leave today . Oh and only 1 King we boated yesturday was really dark. The rest were not. Hope this helps. Tight lines and be back next yr.

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If I were to Brown fish where should I go

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Out the Shute till u hit 50-60 foot and go east. Troll in and out of the depth down 40-45 on the riggers w spoons ( we killed um on monkey puke spoons 2 sizes) set um back 20ft back of ball. Like I said for 5 days we had our way with them just seem to be cookie cutter sizes and the lure of the kings kept pulling us back out to 110-115 depth. Good luck. Hope that helps u. I will say at 7pm if u head out to 110-115 the kings go crazy at that time. We couldn't wait till that time cause the action was non stop till dark . Then it shut right off.

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What is the best weight for cannon balls or fish shape weights? We are doing something wrong can't seem to put a fish in the boat. Searching for the answer to why no fish.

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Well I run just regular cannon balls that are 15 pounds but torpedo weights and also shark weights are great! I would recommend the back or grey weights for the shark weights and the 17 pound models

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Well I have been using 18'to 25' behind the ball but through reading different post I believe I need to lengthen them quite a bit. Like 75' to 100'. My speed at gps is between 1.5 to 3 mph generally I'm at 2 to 2.5 but be trying different speeds to make something happen. Using ff spoons, dipsey , lead core and Jplugs. 130 fow to 50 fowl. Manage one small Laker and lost one other fish out of 5 days of fishing so far. I'm heading back up this Friday to try to put a salmon in the boat. Getting frustrated to say the least.

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