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  1. Nice job Joe...how was the night bite this spring? Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  2. There's a killer jig bite (blades & bucktails) pre & post spawn (march-april) in the far western basin...shallow..less than 20 fow. As season progresses into summer with fish moving deeper and little to no structure, it becomes a trolling game by 98% of the fisherman. As you know, Oneida has a ton of structure, which tends to concentrate fish longer and extends the jig bite thru June...if you want numbers in July, troll. However you may be able to box some fish drifting Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  3. Not lake Erie united...OGF Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  4. John..get onto Lake Erie United OGF...far more information there Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  5. Ditto...Good Luck out there...a little luck never hurts Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  6. With or without rubber snubbers? Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  7. I got one for you boys..... out of the kazillion walleyes I've caught in my life, last year was the first time I ever did bacon wrapped walleye on the grill. it was fabulous...still can't believe it took me that long to try it as I've done bacon wrapped everything else. Well.... my latest creation on my new chargiller smoker/grill a few weeks ago with some fresh Dunkirk eyes was this.... brush with olive oil, sprinkle on some of my "magic fish spice" (any Cajun like spice will do), wrap with bacon (both sides) then a light pecan wood smoke. OMG!!!! easy peasy.... the light smoke was such a nice touch. def will be doing that again soon!
  8. Hey J. Sparrow.... have you lost any tackle yet using light leaders on your dipsy's? I started to a couple years ago and then added the short snubbers on the tail end of the dipsy & went to 20lb fluoro leaders. That solved my issue. At one point I was going to try the slide divers for more of a stealthy setup (lengthen the leader from dipsy to lure), but ended up experimenting with a long fluro leader. I tried 20' leaders and ran this one particular color renosky.....OMG, I couldn't keep fish off that setup. You did have to hand line fish -to-net which wasn't too bad.
  9. Thanks Randy for sharing...sure would like to get out on em soon...this work stuff is over rated Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  10. Maybe they need a PayPal account connected to this site...heck when I have to drive 2.6 hrs to get there, I'd pay something for some fresh intel to at least get on em...lol Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  11. Red spoons or sticks Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  12. Ditto Randy...in deep water (ie: NY summer time)...it doesn't spook them...i catch a shit ton of fish popping lures off my downriggers, which are straight down below the boat Sent from my SM-G970U using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  13. Erie Rookie....hope you have decent sonar....it is a must for consistent success. Once targeting deep water, the fish are usually suspended in the water column somewhere and sometimes right near the surface.... gotta place lures where they can see them
  14. I STRONGLY second that..... I don't set rods until I find fish Period! the only caveat might be if I see a pack of boats with nets coming out. Then they have already told fish are present. Don't waste your time trolling on a blank/white screen
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