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nice job brian

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Cool story.  Makes it sound too easy!  I am looking forward to trying the gambler rigs.  I just bought some recently.

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Just saw the post. WTG Brian! Hope things hold up for you two:smile:

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11 hours ago, Fish4anything said:

I'm heading out of Olcott on Tuesday evening, what's a good depth/temp to find lakers, I have a fish hawk

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Lakers migrate East in late May leaving very few in the Olcott area.  There is a good population on the bar at this time of the year.  120' seems to be the most consistent depth for me off of Sandy but I'm not sure about the bar area.  Find water colder than 45 degrees on the bottom.  The bigger fish will be in water from 39-45 degrees when they are on the bottom.  If you fish warmer than 45 degrees, you will get lakers but mostly small ones.  

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Just now, Fish4anything said:

Thanks Gambler !! You've shipped me a bunch of your rigs so I know that if there's any lakers out there, Gambler rigs will find them !!!

Brett

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You are welcome and good luck!

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