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  1. We don't like them either, just trying to find a way to make them track better, if thats possible.
  2. thanks Youngblood, I appreciate your feedback
  3. yes, I am talking about my otter boards, they just do not seen to track right through the water. Do I need to re- drill any holes and re- tie?
  4. We have the Big Jon boards and they do not seem to pull good through the water. Doe anyone have any suggestions as to how to the boards to run better and pull out to the side better keeping the line connected to the mast tought? Thanks
  5. I would like to run wire on one of the dipseys, would you recommend a twilly tip? Thanks
  6. What are your preferred rods to use with your dipsey divers? Thanks
  7. Great, thanks ghauser. I appreciate the help.
  8. I did read back, but with the wind and temp change, wasn't qiut sure if things may have changed. Thnaks for the info. Where are the perch/ what depth?
  9. Heading out this weekend for the probably the last time this year. Are there still walleye to catch or have they moved on? Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  10. Totally Hooked, did you guys go east or west? What depth were you fishing? Any specific colors ? Thanks
  11. Fished this morning out of the Catt. boxed 10 from 6:30- 10:00 and then it seemed liked someone flipped the switch and it shut down for us. 7 and 8 core was best with a rainbow renosky and dipsy's out 100 on a number 3 setting, could not get the downrggers to fire today, we have had much success in the past with the riggers.
  12. Thank you gentlemen for the information that's all I really needed I just want to put my 12 year old nephew on some walleye. I'll be out there in 18 foot white Lund Explorer Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G890A using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  13. Taking my brother in law and 12 year old nephew out on Sunday (for the fist time walleye fishing). Any suggestions as to where to go/ launch, colors and depth would be greatly appreciated. Tony
  14. Fished this morning out of the SBH straight out of the south gap. Fished 48 - 52 foot was best for us, boxed 9 (size ranged from 18" - 26") , only 2 around 18" everything else was 22 - 26", lost 2 at the boat (my fishing buddy not me). Met some nice gentlemen at the boat ramp and he said he was in 35 FOW fishing the top 10 - 20' with jets, he said they landed 18 , biggest 6 lbs.
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