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Launched at Olcott. 15 knot north north/east. Went to keg and rolled back past the piers. Couldn't take a break. Went 26/29. Lost a big one in the prop wash. Also grabbed a Laker on a hot n tot in 17fow. Was an awesome day !!! 17-18 fow. Spoon program was hot. Green/copper. Green chartuse. Green/blue/gold. Seems everything we threw caught fish. All released to fight another day.
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That's awesome. Knew I should have gone out. I guess I made a bad decision to change my trailer lights to led's lol. What was the water temp out of Olcott. 

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Congrats on a banner outing!! Now if the weather would only cooperate a little thing will really turn on!!

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Awesome. I will join the hunt this weekend weather permitting. 

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If the bite is half as good,it will be worth the trip. 1/4 before and after keg, 1/4 mile before and after piers were holding fish. I watched some of the video and right after piers we had 4 rods fire in 3 minutes.

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If any of you go out, and find my tot, please return. He is missed. Poor fella was brand new and caught 2 browns and a Laker back to back to back. Then, he decided to stay in LadyO. Throughout the day I kept yelling "tot"!!!?? Tot ???

 

So if your out there and you hear somebody yelling for tot, just smile and nod. Lol

 

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They have to be concentrated as you found due to lack of rain. The warm rain this week should change things a little. 

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Anybody ever check the stomach contents of these winter browns? Curious as to what they are eating this time of year. Some look pretty hefty.

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5 minutes ago, A-Lure-A said:

Anybody ever check the stomach contents of these winter browns? Curious as to what they are eating this time of year. Some look pretty hefty.

Small gobies.

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I'm going up the 6th 7th and 8th. hope to catch a few.  Ill be launching at the black north.

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Anybody ever check the stomach contents of these winter browns? Curious as to what they are eating this time of year. Some look pretty hefty.
We did run over a bait boil, that's when we hooked a quick 3. I literally looked and saw a boil between inside and outside board and immediatly got a fish.

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Really nice!! Nice job


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The browns on the Western end of the lake look like a different strain than those caught on the Eastern Shores. The spots are much more pronounced.???

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