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Lines down at 530, still pitch black.  Took a half hour for some light, and the first strike, it was a good one.  18lbs, but fought above its weight class.

rest of the day was spotty. picked up another nice 16lb shortly after, they were hitting green fly/flasher and various mag spoons, didn't touch the meat.

Spent most of our time between  80-110, down 40-60 when in tight.  things got quiet, by 10 we decided to head to the blue zone.  Buddy lost a good one that took a rip on the wire dipsy out 140 on #3 over 300fow on green fly/sd.  

After that we decided to check the radar because the Hamilton radio station we were listening to said it was getting dark over the city.  it looked PERFECT where we were (but it was very hazy).  looked at the radar and saw some nasty stuff headed our way... And not far, it was already overtop Hamilton Harbour and headed for us fast.  (original forcast was rain/thunderstorms around 1, then they changed it to 4, then 7)..... the original forcast was right.  decided right away to pack up and head close to port at least.  That's when a boom of thunder ripped across the calm lake.  That was it for us. We ran straight to oakville and went to find a dock to tie upto for a short while and ride out the storm.  Got lucky and found a spot right under the bridge.  the storm cell was intense, but small, and we didn't have to hide out for very long.

Ended the day 7 for 10 with 2 doubles!  biggest fish were 16 and 18 lbs

Enjoy the video!

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Top one looks like they are starting to darken or is it just the pic.

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2 minutes ago, pap said:

Top one looks like they are starting to darken or is it just the pic.

They're definitely starting to get darker

 

16 hours ago, Frogger said:

Cool video. Awesome shot of that storm cloud.


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Thanks!

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What model of gopro camera are you using for underwater recoding?  do you troll slow so the canon ball will not drag too far back with camera? or using heavy canon ball like 14 lbs.? some of video shows that fish grabs the lure but no release and there is a sound. what is happening there?

I hooked to fishing because of kings and had pretty good time in Lake Michigan and Huron for long time until it died down, then I started fishing bows at Erieau and Wheatley and this year not much happening. Thinking to try lake Ontario for kings to get rid of this itch.

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On ‎8‎/‎16‎/‎2018 at 11:00 PM, quartapound said:

Lines down at 530, still pitch black.  Took a half hour for some light, and the first strike, it was a good one.  18lbs, but fought above its weight class.

rest of the day was spotty. picked up another nice 16lb shortly after, they were hitting green fly/flasher and various mag spoons, didn't touch the meat.

Spent most of our time between  80-110, down 40-60 when in tight.  things got quiet, by 10 we decided to head to the blue zone.  Buddy lost a good one that took a rip on the wire dipsy out 140 on #3 over 300fow on green fly/sd.  

After that we decided to check the radar because the Hamilton radio station we were listening to said it was getting dark over the city.  it looked PERFECT where we were (but it was very hazy).  looked at the radar and saw some nasty stuff headed our way... And not far, it was already overtop Hamilton Harbour and headed for us fast.  (original forcast was rain/thunderstorms around 1, then they changed it to 4, then 7)..... the original forcast was right.  decided right away to pack up and head close to port at least.  That's when a boom of thunder ripped across the calm lake.  That was it for us. We ran straight to oakville and went to find a dock to tie upto for a short while and ride out the storm.  Got lucky and found a spot right under the bridge.  the storm cell was intense, but small, and we didn't have to hide out for very long.

Ended the day 7 for 10 with 2 doubles!  biggest fish were 16 and 18 lbs

Enjoy the video!

gGnOom2.jpg&key=06da2b60085e3f3a7f2f7107b15f5691b66625001baf61dfb25f21caba76baaf

eNIWzfe.jpg&key=8c6ccf1199bf6c5902ba82c8c96bd3f1c3f70d71bbbbfa313335da9375e0ec20

 

 

 

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Further east out of Cobourg, we usually go some  4/5  days with 2 down riggers, 2 dipsey,s and 1 long chute lead core. Yesterday we lost a Great spoon .A dream weaver called a  Blue Whale.  No hits on our wire with twinkies and meat?? Water meion always produces.   Question is, What does your first line up start with?   We have some large spin doctors with crush glow and some glow spoons moon shine too. Like your  videos and posts. Keep the tips Up ! 

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