And we are still catching up! Early July was pretty good fishing. We were on the fish west of Van Buren Point, working the edges of the structure out there, and west beyond that into 45-65 fow. 3-5 Color with straight sticks was the generally best method, combined with 85-115 divers and 40-45 riggers. Don’t like working across the top…but sometimes you have too!
Still catching up……June 2019!
The lake temps weren’t quite where they needed to be early in the month, but by the end of June we had a pretty good bite going…..
Followed up our great May run at Wilson with our annual pike trip to French River. Like Lake Erie and Lake Ontario….record high water and it definitely affected the fishing. Still had a blast and still landed a lot over 3 days…..with Ethan, Jack and Marty….
We’ve gone to the French River Lodge a long time, and its sad to see that its actively on the market. Anne and Joe are great people, and we understand this will be best for them. Really hoping she’s open again in 2020!
Sorry for the delay in posts…working thru some site upgrades! Anyway…we had a blast at Wilson this May….little bit tough on the front end but really, really good on the back end!
We’ve made some great friends over the last few years for sure! And we love being at BootLeggers Marina! 2020 we are hoping to be up in late April to get in on some of the great Brown Trout fishing! Give us a call or shoot us an email and get your 2020 date on the books!
Still a few weeks away from the 2019 splashdown for Times Two, but we got a text from our friend Capt. Joe Gallo of Two Bulls Charters (Wilson) asking us to come up. Quick message to my son and to Capt. Gary (Kongo) and we were set to go!
Felt great to be on the lake again for sure!
Took a few passes inside, but the water was pretty clear…still managed 2/3 on browns on bay rat short shallows and challengers.
We moved offshore and got into a laker fest. Triple off the bat, the steady action. Spin docs on the divers 175 and 190, mag purple taco warrior and chicken wing off the riggers.
Great day to be on the water, and nice to see our pal Capt. Joe. Topped it off with pizza, beer and a brewery tour at Woodcock Brothers. Great way to start the spring Lake Ontario season!
Thank you to all that have checked out the new site! We still have some issues we are working through with GoDaddy, but its getting there. Apparently it takes some time to get all the new data thru the search engines!
Spring is coming and it won’t be as long as you think! Get your date on Lake Ontario or Lake Erie on the books!
Check out our new website! We decided to simplify things a bit, and make it easier for you to get the information you need! Feedback is always helpful, but we hope its good for you!
Just under two weeks until we are at the Niagara Falls Fishing and Outdoor Expo (January 18-20).
We will be doing a seminar on Lake Erie walleye tactics at 7:00 pm on Friday and another on Lake Erie walleye using crankbaits at 4:00 pm on Saturday with Captain Gary (Kongo Charters).
It’s not to early to get your date(s) on the book for Lake Erie walleye (mid-June thru September) or join us on Lake Ontario for some great spring salmon and trout fishing during May!
Stop by our booth….we will be in the second row between Magnum Metalz Riggers and Colville Outdoors. Let’s talk fishing!!
We are going to join the Black Friday madness….SO….
If you book a charter for Lake Ontario (Wilson) in May/early June or a Lake Erie (Dunkirk) walleye charter from mid-June to late September, including deposit, this Friday, November 23, 2018, take 10% of the rate of your charter! One day only!
2019 is going to be EPIC! Join in the fun!
We recently headed to Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia with Capt. Gary (Kongo) to meet up with our friends Chris and Kris to do a little striper fishing. I booked our trip with Capt. Scott Ward of Carson Custom Charters. He’s a great guy and worked hard to put us on the fish.
The weather turned out to be pretty good…a bit cold…but we avoided the rain that was forecast and that we drove thru to get there. Interesting ride on the Blue Ridge Parkway in the fog too!
Kris got the biggest one…a citation fish over 38″ and 21 lbs! We ate fish two nights too and they are delicious!
Was a great trip and a really fun weekend! Nice way to cap off the season!