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    Tcheesie or whatever looks like he still takes a lot more from this board then he gives! What a cheese brain! Go on LEU and see if someone there will bait your hook for you.

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    Go out at dusk and see where other guys are fishing. Wait at the launch and follow a boat that looks rigged well for walleye. Hang around when they come in and ask how they did, and where they fished. Go on a recon only trip and see where the fish are at midnight. I drive over the skyway twice daily and i see a few boats trolling the same spots all the time. Read the old posts, lots of info there. My advice: troll parallel to the shoreline, in 6-15 F.O.W., at 1.0-2.0 MPH, with your electric motor, with a classic black and silver Rapala, keep the noise and light to a minimum. It's no secret that eyes move shallower to feed at night even in warm water. Several times when i have been launching at dawn, guys coming in with limit catches, say they were alone. "Same program that gets them at night in spring works all summer long". Hamburg, Wanaka, Lakeview etc....I've seen the results myself. They showed me Rapalas that looked like they were run over by a truck. Just get out there and fish. Nobody here is going to hold your hand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHead View Post
    Tcheesie or whatever looks like he still takes a lot more from this board then he gives! What a cheese brain! Go on LEU and see if someone there will bait your hook for you.
    I'm gonna follow GreenHead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by captainjoe View Post
    I'm gonna follow GreenHead.
    Tried to locate perch out of the Catt on Friday. No success.

    But I did mark tons of fish suspended from 45-55 feet down in 60-70 fow. Headed straight out from the breakwall to 60' and fished left towards Dunkirk. Wish I had brought my walleye gear with me!

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    to the fishermen in the know THANK YOU FOR SUPPORT joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by captainjoe View Post
    I'm gonna follow GreenHead.
    You go Joe, keep fishing & good luck!

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    For the record, I am not looking for anyone to hold my hand or bait my hook....just general info.....typical east end Lake Erie NY guys..everything a big secret with you guys unless someone is in your cliques !!!

    F^ck Joe and all you guys that back him.......you should all take lessons from the guys in Ohio...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tcheesie View Post
    For the record, I am not looking for anyone to hold my hand or bait my hook....just general info.....typical east end Lake Erie NY guys..everything a big secret with you guys unless someone is in your cliques !!!

    F^ck Joe and all you guys that back him.......you should all take lessons from the guys in Ohio...
    No click but you may as well find another site because now I'll ask all to only share in private messages. Good luck and tight lines .
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    I would also like thank you for all your contributions tocheesie , I see you have one question one info contribution one other post and an insult from you to all who use this board . Go back to lurking it'll get ya better info from here on out I'm sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tcheesie View Post
    Hey Joe...do us all a favor, if you are not going to give us any info at all....Stop posting....you're just bragging !!!!
    You want to brag, then start your own messageboard !!! The purpose of these boards is to help fellow fishermen with info we can all use. You don't need to give up your secret spots, just give a general area, lures used, colors,drop-back length, speed , ect........
    Lol cheesie, 26 posts since 2011? You seem like a leech on this board. Do you want on of us to come out and put you on the fish, net the fish, clean the fish for you when your done? That's gonna cost you money. I haven't fished since last year and Id put money down that I could go out day or night and put fish in the boat. And I know I can do it because I actually go out and fish, not sit on the computer and want it all handed to me. As for Joe's spot. I've tried to get him personally to tell me where he fishes and he still wouldn't and won't. I think I have an idea but I don't care and have my own spots to fish just like everyone else. So since it's such a huge lake to find fish in and they must only be in a couple spots I'll share my night troll that has always produced walleye. Get your topo map out so you can find these spots. First is troll through the mid gap, there is a weed bed on the insidea of the wall. Troll the outside wall to the north gap, try deep and shallow runs. Run jointed or straight sticks. Fire tiger, chartreuse/silver, black/silver, blue/silver. My go to is trolling from Donleys wall to the roundhouse. All trolling is longline 200' back. From 5fow-15fow. Also I jig the north gap channel and catch walleye. Evenings you can bottom bounce worm harnesses and jigs drifting from the very out most wall to the north gap. Or the roundhouse to Donleys wall drift. That should be enough info for you and anyone else that want to catch fish. Now get off your ass and go fish.
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