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Im heading out of Olcott in an hour or so, reading about bait inside and fish caught deep too.... anyone want to chime in?  I will check the app once I am past the break wall.  Tight Lines!

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Deeeeeep


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I'm heading out of Olcott tomorrow morning and could use any info also!!

 

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Head deep weather permitting and fish deep (80-130)



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Good news, no fleas. Started in 430 FOW nearly straight out maybe a bit east.  48 degrees about 75ft down but varied a bit until fishhawk transducer wire to battery pack broke.. New battery pack is on its way ($15 dollar part).  Rigger popped before we finished putting in, buddy picked it up, nothing and I see what was most likely a steelhead jump twice behind the boat.  After 3 hours of fishing between 50 and 100ft down and nothing to show we picked up and went inside near coal plant, setup at 150, went as shallow as 90, marked bait and fish, lost another jumper but at least got to fight it for a minute.  Learned that carrying extra AA batteries for transducer is just not enough some days

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nice report but just wondering if anyone was having any luck in closer. with the north northeast wind the next couple of days thinking it might bring the fish in a bit.

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Today was our 1st day of a 7 day trip. Trolled 70 to 300 in the morning. Slow!! Lost two. A few of the bigger boats went WAY out. Gotta find em. We didn’t mark much. 

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Good news, no fleas. Started in 430 FOW nearly straight out maybe a bit east.  48 degrees about 75ft down but varied a bit until fishhawk transducer wire to battery pack broke.. New battery pack is on its way ($15 dollar part).  Rigger popped before we finished putting in, buddy picked it up, nothing and I see what was most likely a steelhead jump twice behind the boat.  After 3 hours of fishing between 50 and 100ft down and nothing to show we picked up and went inside near coal plant, setup at 150, went as shallow as 90, marked bait and fish, lost another jumper but at least got to fight it for a minute.  Learned that carrying extra AA batteries for transducer is just not enough some days
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Had the same thing happen to us with the probe battery pack while fishing the invitational. I stripped the wire back and wrapped It around the battery coil spring allowing us to finish the day with the probe working, but looks like this may be a design/manf. flaw
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