jimski2

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  1. You can find good deep 70 foot plus water five miles NW of Sturgeon Point off Port Colborne, Ontario. Good perch grounds there in late summer and early fall conditions. No need to travel to the Catt when wave conditions are good. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  2. A bottom bouncer is a lead sinker, probably two to three ounces, with a worm harness or a shallow diving stickbait attached above it. It is let out till it hits the bottom and the line drag in the water lifts it by boat speed through the water. It is best fished by holding the rod in your hand so you feel any hits. You also check the depth occasionally by letting the sinker touch bottom. Some sinkers have a long brass rod through them to help avoid snags. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  3. I am disturbed by a lack of pinheads near shore this year. Anyone notice this also? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  4. Ten color lead core is only fifty foot deep. Add a two or three ounce sinker for more depth or use a deep diver stickbait to reach near the bottom. The walleyes are down at least 70 feet. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  5. One boat reported deep perch schools in70 foot of water near the Canadian line today off Port Colborne. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  6. Boxed out today, 3 guys, 8:00 to 11:45 AM. All on harnesses, riggers and dipseys sets set deep. Ran down to one worm left. 77 to 81 foot deep, fish are every where. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  7. My nephew who works days has been doing well after dark yet with limits each time lately. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  8. 8:00AM to11:00AM, boxed out, 2 guys. Other boat, 3 guys boxed out same time. 79 to 86 foot of water, fish were everywhere off the Catt. Worm harnesses did well. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  9. We used to get emeralds in the summer out of Huron, Ohio using lanterns floating on inner tubes out in deep water at night. Emeralds would be attracted to lanterns at night when we would be blue pike fishing. Anchor up out deep at night with lanterns over the side of your boat and maybe they will come. You can catch perch at night doing this. I did better the other day with frozen salted minnows that I caught last March and saved. They are better than golden shiners. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  10. Yesterday we went out at 2:00 PM and fished off the Seneca Windmill. Boxed out at 5:00 PM. 77 to 79 foot of water. Worm harnesses at 75 foot worked best.several fish on Renosky stick baits took several on nine colors and a dip set also. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  11. The best perch and walleye catches were from 77 foot and deeper lately . Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  12. A red back tag Indicates a transmitter inside the walleye. They will pay you Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United $100 for returning the fish and tag.
  13. 40 boats out there yesterday. 77 foot was good for perch and walleye. Frozen salted emeralds worked as well as Holden's. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  14. Ontario has thousands of windmills but none of them are in the water. It seems some politicians are seeking to steal a revenue source from land owners. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  15. The remnant hurricane winds maybe NE and blow the good dissolved oxygen water to Ohio and the cold oxygen deprived water will upwell at our end of the lake. We just have to figure it out. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United