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September kings

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September kings

Fished out of sandy pond on Tuesday afternoon, went 1 for 3 in 100-150 fow,  bite was on meat  90 depth, Question: how long into the year do you guys run your boats? Do you normally run into October, my brother wants to plan a trip in a couple weeks

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I'll be up for the weekend tomorrow. Always do the labor day run when I can reach them in my 16'.I've noticed that most locals pull out labor day weekend. But us smaller vessels stick around for the combat troll. Gets hairy sometimes but I stick to the edges. Alot of fun watching the grandson try to stay in the boat with a 25lb king kicking his but.

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Wow that fish is really silver yet!!  Congrats to you and your catch!!!

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I'll fish right thru september as long as there's fish. October puts me in a tree. :yes:

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I'll be fishing until they put salt on the roads and I can no longer trailer my boat. October and November is good perch fishing and drift fishing the Niagara

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november can be great brown and steelie fishing just  like a spring pattern fish shallow with boards.

fingerlakes are good than as well.  with the smaller boats especially outboards keep them ready as long as possible just because kings have run there is still lots of good fishing out there.  good time to try other things like pike por perch

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Fished in front of dunes Saturday, great day to be on the water, slow fishing in the morning but good bite in the evening, caught one 80 fow 50 down on meat rig, wind blowing like mad today think I'll relax today. Small craft for tomorrow,,,,hey ifishy have any tips on fall pike fishing?

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I like casting sticks and I usually have a live bait free lined off the back it catches a lot of followers but for fall pike it's all about location if your not getting bit move

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