From: Captain Michael Mollica
Date: 15 Apr 1999
Remote Name: 18.104.22.168
The ice is off Lake George this week and this seasons fishing is just beginning. With the surface temperature of the lake 40-42 degrees we are looking forward to the beginning of the smelt run. I expect that next week will be schools of smelt gathering at the feeder brooks to spawn and with that the hungry lake trout and salmon will be in a feeding frenzy. This week anglers were excited to find big lake trout gathering in front of the docks in Hague and catches of 28 ½ to 31inch fish were being landed. In the southern basin off Edmonds Brook fishing was slow. In northwest bay off Indian brook while trolling very slow a slammer salmon hit a green rainbow speedy shiner. I wish there was a good ending to that but the drag was set a little to tight and you know what happened after that. The rod bent over and smacked the down-rigger rod holder behind it and another lesson was learned. Of course we checked our drag settings before we set out our rods. It seems that after sitting idle for five months the drag wasnt functioning as it should have. I say this because its important to make sure your equipment is working as it was the previous season. And hopefully you wont miss that big slammer. Live bait, Michigan Stingers in orange and copper, and green rainbow Speedy Shiners were lures that produced this week.
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