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Couple recent good Otisco tigers...more from today!

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Thought I'd share a couple pics...both caught off shore recently on deep divers.  Second fish was  46 and as heavy as I've ever seen!  Both fish released safely to be caught again...with a little luck!

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Gotta give credit where credit is do!!! Nice job Justin!! They look really healthy.

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Damn! Pigs!


Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United

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Another this morning topwater...many of you may remember young Maddox this is his sixth musky with me..and a smaller one from yesterday.

 

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Day is shaping up!  Haven't chased tigers hardly at all this year, but this is a nice change of pace from walleye

 

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I saw yoy out there Monday morning. I got this one one the fly! They have been really turned on since the rain.

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Nice fish!  Monday was definitely a good bite!  We did 5 tigers casting and trolled 2 walleye and 2 big smallmouth on our way in at 2pm.  I almost went back out by myself, but fishing 40 hours in 3 days I was too beat!

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Very cool Justin:yes: Those fish are truly interesting snd beautiful. Great to see they are doing so well there.

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Seeing anglers reactions to tigers makes it all worth it!  Walleye are my passion, but I love guiding for tigers.

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The tigers we caught casting we're on lucky craft pointers, mepps 5, and a lucky craft gunfish for the topwater.  Should be another decent weekend and water temps won't be too terrible, but anyone worried about a safe release just don't pick the fish out of the net...tigers are far more fragile than most realize.

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Great photos!

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I could write a book on walleye fishing Otisco and the learning curve would still be steep.  Best bet is to book a trip and learn first hand.  There's multiple ways to troll, cast, and jig walleye here, and they all have there time and place.  There is also literally over a thousand posts I've made on the topic here on this forum

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I learned a lot by reading every post about Otisco Tigers on the message board a very large percent were from you.

 I plan on fishing with you this fall. 

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Ive fished my whole life ,but when I started learning to troll and fish lakes versus rivers I read everything there was on the forum that remotely pertained to what I was trying to learn....and believe me a lot of it would be hard to figure out completely on your own without tons of expensive mistakes.  

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