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50 Point July 14
« on: July 15, 2020, 08:25:18 am »
Dropped the boat in around 5 pm, went due east to 135 fow working the area out to 159'.
Crazy good action for my younger brother & I, he's never done anything like this before, so he had a blast!
Set up 2 riggers, at 44' & 60' with 2 dipseys at #3 setting 190 & 210' out. The rigger at 44 fired immediately, 4 times in a row so I changed the mag spoons on dipseys scaling down and they both fired. It was a frantic 2 hours so we quit at 7pm to give me time to put away all the gear, take care of the fish & get the boat back on the trailer before dark. We ended up 8/9 with 2 bows & 6 Kings, only kept a few for the smoker, releasing the others to fight another day.
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Re: 50 Point July 14
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2020, 10:38:07 am »
What colour spoons were you using. Did you run them with flashers or bare

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Re: 50 Point July 14
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2020, 12:06:13 pm »
Good report! Iím new to Lake Ontario fishing. Was thinking of 50 Point or Bronte on Friday afternoon? How is a west wind at 50 Point and how far do you run before dropping lines?
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Re: 50 Point July 14
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2020, 10:44:22 pm »
Hey guys, all fish hooked up on green & silver spoons just on 6' leaders, and I did try to get my second rigger to fire with a spin doctor and fly but no takers. The other 3 rods kept me busy, lol.
Not sure what a west wind will do there, I'm usually around Port Dalhousie when salmon fishing, & west wind is not good there.
As for how far out, not sure on the mileage, but about a ten minute ride at 27 mph due east until hit 135 fow. Hope this helps.
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