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  1. Thread: Hungry fish!

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    Re: Hungry fish!

    our walleye are so tough they are known to eat 10 oz lead ingots to help them digest those large bait fish. and times the weights even filet the larger walleye that were eaten by those larger tough...
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    Re: FOR SALE Panther 40 kicker mount

    i will give you 200.00 plus I'll pay shipping if you will ship it priority mail.
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    walleye bandits

    I use deep and shallow walleye bandits on my downriggers. but I was looking at the walleye deep bandit at fishusa.com and it says it dives to 27'. as I am thinking about doing some fishing on the...
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    Re: Fall Walleye Wannabe

    first, see where you're marking fish. then try to figure out the depth your lures run. if you are using dipsy divers then start with the chart and use shallow divers and set the divers where they are...
  5. Thread: WTB Tracks

    by sherman51
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    Re: WTB Tracks

    when I bought my cannon rod holders I got cannon tracks. we bought a larger boat that had room to add more length to my tracks. I did a search of tracks, 1st, I looked at getting a longer track but...
  6. Re: Fishing Day 2 with Bob and Bruce Brenton, 10/4/2022

    congrats on such a fish. love reading your posts. the boat can make all the difference in the world when it comes to comfort or bust on rough water. your new ride is awesome.
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    Re: Fishing with Brian and Greg LeMaster 9/24/22

    my bad, you are correct. they are each a different size. I think the scorpion is like 2 1/4 but not sure. the standard i believe is 3 3/4 which is about the size we have been using. and i believe the...
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    Re: Fishing with Brian and Greg LeMaster 9/24/22

    LOL, I'll bet she will!
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    Re: Fishing with Brian and Greg LeMaster 9/24/22

    actually, they have 3 sizes of stinger spoons. they start with the scorpion then the stingray and the magnum. but the galeforcetackle.com also has 3 sizes plus the paint stays on much better and is...
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    Re: Fishing with Brian and Greg LeMaster 9/24/22

    that is one sweet ride, congrats on your new ride. good to have you back posting again. you've been missed by many of us. but what do you plan to do with that 400 hp motor on Erie where it's a rare...
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    Re: Trolling with downriggers

    marking a lot of fish helps to locate them but I've also had great luck when not marking a lot. but enough to keep me fishing. if you are marking fish then you have to dial in speed and depth to set...
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    Re: Trolling with downriggers

    just for fun I went to canon's blowback chart and checked 100' of line out with 8, 10, and 12, weights, and the depth shown for the 8 and 10 was 100' down. the 12 was just a couple of feet deeper....
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    Re: Trolling with downriggers

    you may be right but with a heavy weight or a dredge weight, I just don't believe you lose 50% of depth. I used 8# dredge weights on Erie down 50' and 55' and had minimal blowback. but I just bought...
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    Re: Trolling with downriggers

    I have used 10' leads and still caught fish. but I do better with 25' to 30' leads. are you using shallow or deep diver bandits? you want the bait above the fish for best results. if the fish are...
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    Re: Trolling with downriggers

    without more info on where you're fishing and your speed water depth lead length off the balls how deep you're setting the riggers, it's hard to give you any info that would help you. when I troll...
  16. Thread: Where to go?

    by sherman51
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    Re: Where to go?

    I haven't been on here much lately and hadn't noticed Juls wasn't posting. maybe you can fill me in on where she went.
  17. Thread: Where to go?

    by sherman51
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    Re: Where to go?

    I've not been fishing lately but from the reports I've read lately, they are still getting good fish in deeper water out of Geneva, Bula, and Conny. but if that's to far east I would try Huron as a...
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    Re: Best Spoon Colors

    my main spoons are silver but I have been known to use a few coppers. but for me, day in and day out the silver always produced better on most days. but copper has had its days but not as often as...
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    Re: Best Spoon Colors

    just do a web search for gale force tackle. if I type in galeforcetackle.com I get it that way. on spoons, they offer more colors on the small spoon than on the medium or the large spoons. what I...
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    Re: Help with image on fishfinder

    it might help if we knew where you were fishing. but the red looks like a school of perch on erie. but it could be a school of some type of baitfish. the other marks could be small fish or some of...
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    Re: Best Spoon Colors

    we bought a few Dreamweaver DW spoons at fisusa.com that has caught more fish than any other spoon we used. it is called purple alewife that's purple and pearl ladderback spoons. it's a larger spoon...
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    Re: Best Spoon Colors

    I like dr death and jawbreaker and many more from galeforcetackle.com anything with purple works for me. i have a few stinger spoons but gale force is my go-to for harnesses and spoons. I have a...
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    Re: Walleye trolling gear

    i cant add much but the Daiwa wilderness trolling rod is a good choice. if you want to go with a little longer rod check out fishusa.com for the rods. i like rods that have some give with braided...
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    Re: Looking for a charter Sept 15th. 3 Adults

    need to know what part of the lake you want to fish? In the central basin the walleye will still be hot. the western basin should be good perch fishing.
  25. Thread: Conneaut

    by sherman51
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    Re: Conneaut

    the great fishing on the central basin will last for a while yet. but as the water starts to cool a lot of trollers will change their tactics and start using cranks again.
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