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  1. jimski2

    Cellphone GPS

    Three miles due west of Smokes Creek. Marked by a Red Buoy. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  2. jimski2

    Berkley power bait and worm harness

    Bass fishermen use them successfully and reuse them again. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  3. Off of Point Breeze yesterday we picked up four walleye in two hours. The screen was full of fish at 59 foot of water where all the fish were caught. Nothing at 60 foot or deeper. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  4. With the warmer water the walleyes are migrating west of Sturgeon Point. We were off Point Breeze where the screen was full of fish top to bottom. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Eventually the thermocline will be west of Silver Creek.
  5. Took seven yesterday along with a 31 inch catfish. Largest walleye was 28 inches but the 18 inch walleyes are the good waters. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  6. jimski2

    Wind direction

    East winds, blue bird sky, stay home and cut grass. Save your gasoline. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  7. East wind blowing pushes warm surface water to the west. Cold bottom water upwells to near the surface and the fish migrate west. When the WSW winds return the fish will return. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  8. jimski2

    Lost inline board

    Add a snap swivel to your boards from the rear attachment that will allow it to slide along the line to your lures. This also allows quick retrieval of a loose board.
  9. jimski2

    Lake Erie North Shore

    Walleyes at this time are suspended near the surface They do not appear on your graph as they are spooked by your boats presence. Long lines do not work either as the walleyes are not there anymore. Use side planers off the area where your boat has not passed. Vary the length of your lines off the planers or add small weights to determine where the action is. Stick baits are wigglers like Rapalas and divers shake more can determine the better lure. Worm harnesses off the boards will troll slower and attract walleyes to rise up to feed.
  10. jimski2

    Sturgeon point

    When we fished for blue pike at night with coleman lanterns hung over the side of the boat in 55 foot of water, the emeralds came to the surface after dark and we dip netted them.
  11. The late summer perch grounds, water temperature on the surface of high seventies, will find the perch out in the sixty five to seventy foot depths. They will be stacked up ten foot solid and you can only fish one line since they strike as soon as you hit bottom. By mid August with cold nights, they scatter to closer to shore depths.
  12. The shale ends around 50-55 foot and the mud bottom starts there. The mud contains little critters that burrow into the that perch feed on. They migrate along that area to feed. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  13. Small craft advisory now. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  14. East wind, high. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  15. Easy wind now, whitecaps out there off Dunkirk. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
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