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Going to fish Oswego tomorrow and thursday looking for a little info on the most recent  local bight any info would be great thanks .

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Browns in close.

 

Kings and browns 60-150fow.  all over the water column.  1-3 colors cores,  slide divers out 100.  riggers 30,40,50,.  out front all the way to the plant.

 

Mostly spoon bite, but a few chasing flasher flies.

 

 good luck

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Nice thanks guys was hoping they were in tight leads to some great mixed bag fishing .

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I am headed up Friday afternoon for my second try in my new boat. If anyone has any updated tips to share I will be very appreciative and will try to repay the favor. Thank you!


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Well after a suicide deer ran into my truck I am finally planning on getting back up to Oswego tomorrow and Friday for the first time since early April.  Going to target browns but kings are always welcome. Any tips on where to start, east, west, depths? 

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Started in the harbor for Browns, kept working the breaker walls on the east side


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We were out sat and sunday we found a few stray kings in 100 fow 2 color core and a 1 dipsey set out 50 sunday no kings to be found worked out to 200 fow and back in to 30 foot to pick up some browns

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Was there on Monday. Water was cold out to 220 looking for a temp pocket to try for kings,nothing. Went back in found warmer water east and west of the river caught a couple Brown's. One was 8 pounds caught on rigger in 25 ft back 50 on as spoon copper back perch looking thing ,not sure the name.

Also took shots on dipsey in 23 feet of water out 25. Copper back spoon.

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