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Oswego 9/4

Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 9:17 pm
by Bearcat
Limited out on still healthy kings in short order. Two fish were looking a bit gold colored but otherwise no signs of change yet. Did see just one come to the surface all day. Water was 78 f at the surface and 40 to 42 f at 65 ft over 86 ft. Moved in to 55' to work the Browns and water was 68 f on the bottom! In spite of that we picked up some big Browns at a rate of a fish every 5 to 10 minutes at the most. All the Browns hit spoons, the Kings hit spoons, flys and one big boy hit a meat rig. Was a fun day, arms were tired at the end.

Re: Oswego 9/4

Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 7:23 pm
by fishy1
i bet your arms were tired. wow sounds like everything was hitting. the browns nice and chunky?

Re: Oswego 9/4

Posted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 6:12 pm
by Bearcat
Yes Matt, the Kings are getting big, and my arms were tired for sure. The Browns were fat and fought like crazy, not what I expected being that they were in such warm water. Looks like you're getting into some of those beautiful fall brookies, I hope I can squeeze in some of that fishing too!

Re: Oswego 9/4

Posted: Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:52 pm
by fishy1
Bearcat wrote:Yes Matt, the Kings are getting big, and my arms were tired for sure. The Browns were fat and fought like crazy, not what I expected being that they were in such warm water. Looks like you're getting into some of those beautiful fall brookies, I hope I can squeeze in some of that fishing too!

4 more days and trout season ends. i guess ill take a break and no more mtn climbing for awhile. the salmon have hit the rivers and the lakers are on the shorelines and lots of good fishing coming and the shootout.