dukhnter8

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About dukhnter8

  • Birthday 04/18/1974

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  1. dukhnter8

    Precision trolling app

    I have been kicking it around as well. I used to have the app and bought a few plugs on my old phone. For me I generally have leadcore, downriggers or dipsies that I know roughly the depth they are running. I think if I were longlining plugs more it would be worth it. I haven't really been hurting for fish without it.
  2. did you get them on harnesses or plugs?
  3. dukhnter8

    Dipseys

    I use 30 lb braid that way I can use that rod for double duty if needed without the dipsey. Like others said leader the length of the rod, that way netting is easier and tell newbies what to do when netting as I have a short net handle and need them to walk to the front of the boat with the rod high to net fish on the dipsey.
  4. dukhnter8

    Lund or crestliner.

    double post
  5. dukhnter8

    Lund or crestliner.

    I have a starcraft and its a nice boat been happy with it. It has a 90 hp but rated for 150 I believe and is underpowered with more than 3 people in it. Lunds are nice but pricey, you can get a good used couple year old boat and beat the depreciation. Also max out the motor for the rated hp if possible, you won't be disappointed.
  6. I agree just to throw people off. Sometimes I think it would be nice to have a map of the lake with all the local names/sites to sometimes make it easier.
  7. It's hit or miss at times for info here. The perch guys are definitely more tight lipped, there is generally more info later into the season as many don't want a huge crowd around them which you can't blame them. As early on the fish are stacked up and it can get very crowded and combat fishing is the norm, which I don't really like doing. Generally the info is more depths and lures than exact spots. When there is a tournament going on it will be very quiet. I think the site is great and have learned a lot off it and thank the people who post honest info. Like other sites there are a few bad apples or just someone having a bad day.
  8. I agree the new ramps are not good if your by yourself. As well as they create a traffic jam being so tight.
  9. If so that means they will be hungry this year. I remember a few years ago on Oneida, the fish would hit anything making for easy limits and when you cleaned them their bellies were empty.
  10. dukhnter8

    Sturgeon Point 2018

    Ok thanks just wanted to be sure. Would have been nice if they got it done before the weekend but guess the cat will be busier.
  11. dukhnter8

    Sturgeon Point 2018

    I think it was last year or maybe the year before but all they had was a track hoe and a pit truck (large tired dump truck commonly found in gravel pits) and a large sand pile to the southeast of the launch. It looked like they had a road along the inside of the breakwall. When I was down there last week the sand bar was out of the water. Could you see the sand bar or was it water all the way across the opening? You'd think they would get this done sooner as there would be a ton of people out fishing this weekend. And earlier depending on the year.
  12. dukhnter8

    Sturgeon Point 2018

    Saw on another site that someone said they started dredging. It'll be a zoo this weekend but I'm going to try if the weather looks ok.
  13. dukhnter8

    Sturgeon Point 2018

    I was by there Friday and from what I could see the sandbar was all the way across the opening. So to me it looked impassable. Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  14. dukhnter8

    Sturgeon point

    Yeah kind of surprised they want to give up that money as when the perch are on sturgeon is a zoo. Hopefully one of the launches is open for when the weather starts getting better to fish.