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Lines in the water about 11am. Set up near the green can and worked out to the red can. boated king near green can then a couple lake trout on our way to the red. worked 50-65' of water. Spoon bite, yuk frog and green taped were the ticket . Boated 8 kings, 2 coho and 3 lakers. dropped 5 or 6 other hits (they were kings). Top 35' of water, 2.7mph, surface temp. was 47-48. Marked a lot of fish and some bait. Cindy the salmon slayer had a busy day. Forgot the camera at house. Got good picks on phone.

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That is a nice haul of fish.  Sounds like a great day to be a fisher-person.  Thanks for the report.

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No problem. I saw your report yesterday. I thought about going to Olcott. Figured fish would still be in the neighborhood from when we fished Tuesday in front of the fort.

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The Penn Yan In my user photo is for sale under buffalo craigs list for any body interested.

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Nice work. I was hoping for a bar report. Water temp is about right for the area to start heating up. 

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  1. with the river pumping 47-49 degree water. It's gonna pull and hold fish for now. Marked fish from top to bottom. Once I got the color they wanted, or could see. The water had heavy color to it. 2' visibility. Spoons wouldn't be in the water for more than 10 minutes before one was going off. Get one in and another rod would go off. We were busy.

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  1. with the river pumping 47-49 degree water. It's gonna pull and hold fish for now. Marked fish from top to bottom. Once I got the color they wanted, or could see. The water had heavy color to it. 2' visibility. Spoons wouldn't be in the water for more than 10 minutes before one was going off. Get one in and another rod would go off. We were busy.

Man that will get your heart pumping to get out. Thanks for the report.


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I pulled the boat out of storage to clean it up and get ready for the season on Sunday, my boys (8 and 13) were begging me to take them fishing when they saw the boat out.  Depth finder was not working so decided to drift the Bar with shiners.  We got out at 4pm and fished to sunset, my 8 year old landed a nice Lake Trout first cast.  We picked up another King later in the afternoon.  Drifting near green can produced nothing.  Both fish were caught in front of Coast Guard station.  Not sure of the depth. 

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