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  1. 20 lbs Seaguar Fluro leader the length of the rod. I do run snubbers due to the occasional steelhead. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  2. Power pro 30 lbs test / 8 lbs diameter for dipsy and true trip rods. 20 lbs Seagaurd (sp?) Leader. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  3. I ended up making my own planer boards. 30" long by 12" deep bolted together with 2' of 1/2" all thread. They pull really well. I modeled them off of a dock neighbor years ago. They are very heavy. The only thing I would have done differently is add some pool noodle on the all thread to give them a little more bouancy in a chop. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  4. 20 lbs Seaguar flurocarbon for the leader the length of my rod. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  5. Check out the Lake Erie United site. Alot of info from that end of the lake on the site. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  6. Welcome. The best and easiest way to start walleye fishing Erie is with dipsy's. Get yourself 4 line counter rods/reel combo and make sure their calibrated (there are YouTube videos for this). Spoons and small shallow diving cranks like Renosky's are a good thing to start with. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  7. I do not have any to sell, buy keep an eye out at FishUSA or join their email advertisements. They run specials most of the winter including buy 3 get one free on different lures all the time. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  8. You'll want to run two trolling bags, one on each side. Tie them to a mid or forward cleat so you have enough rope out that the angle into the water isn't too steep. Otherwise, you'll have problems with the bag collapsing. Then make sure you also run a rope from the back of the bag to a stern cleat so they don't go under the boat and get caught up in anything. If you have power steering with pumps, you might have a difficult time steering with one motor. If that's the case, you might need to let the second motor just idle to help out with steering. Good Luck! Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  9. Used to fish that way for years. I would run the ball right to the bottom, troll for a while, pop the lure off. I figured it would bounce off the bottom a few times as the line was getting taught. Then I'd slowly reel it in. Caught many fish that way, usually with a worm harness on. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  10. That happened to us today down in Ashtabula. We took a four man limit, but for a while one side of the boat "wasn't producing". That's because when we went to check lines, we're just dragging fish along... Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  11. Wonderbread spoons early this year and rainbow trout renosky's ever since mid summer... Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  12. I have a 1986 Tiara Open 3600. A few years ago the marina I get fuel from changed from ethanol free to "street gas". I verified all of my hoses we're ethanol compliant and have been running it ever since. I have twin Crusader 454's with a Onan 6.5kw generator. No issues thus far, I do ensure that that the fuel is treated over the winter. It gets burned fast enough over the summer. But one thing I have been told is not to mix fuels... Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  13. I would suggest buying carabiner's or shower curtain rings in bulk and using rubber bands. Cheap and easy. If the lake is rough, use two rubber bands to make one longer one to handle the wave surge. Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  14. Where are you located? Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
  15. Interesting article about the temperature of the great lakes this year. https://www.mlive.com/weather/...kes_water_temperatures_10.html Sent from my XT1635-01 using Tapatalk
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