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After posting this I heard of the tragedy last night my deepest sympathy goes out to his family and friends


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Hey guys I am kinda new to the night fishing ... just looking for some advice is all... not secrets or anything .... I usually launch out of small boat harbor ... any little bit helps thanks


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I had the pleasure to fish with seamaster Saturday night. Beautiful night. No secrets- flatlined in 7-10’ of water. Blue and silver Rapala was the hot lure. All real healthy males a bit larger than in years past-


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Hey guys I am kinda new to the night fishing ... just looking for some advice is all... not secrets or anything .... I usually launch out of small boat harbor ... any little bit helps thanks


Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie. I troll in 6 to 12 feet of water using floating lures 120 feet back about 1.8. 2 mph


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I had the pleasure to fish with seamaster Saturday night. Beautiful night. No secrets- flatlined in 7-10’ of water. Blue and silver Rapala was the hot lure. All real healthy males a bit larger than in years past-


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Thank You I appreciate it!!!


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Thank You I appreciate it!!!

 

 

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You can hit them right by the break walls and gaps. No need to chase the crowd. Look for near shore shallow depth changes and drop offs. Be careful and watch where you are going. Best of luck. Long lines and diving sticks or snap weights and harness. Fish on!! Also. Don’t sweat not marking them in 10fow. Likely your sonar cone will be to narrow at those depths to mark much.

 

 

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You can hit them right by the break walls and gaps. No need to chase the crowd. Look for near shore shallow depth changes and drop offs. Be careful and watch where you are going. Best of luck. Long lines and diving sticks or snap weights and harness. Fish on!! Also. Don’t sweat not marking them in 10fow. Likely your sonar cone will be to narrow at those depths to mark much.
 
 
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Awesome thank you ... how deep should my stick bait be able to dive .... 2-4ft? Or deeper like 12-14ft?


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Like Zad said, shallow divers. Depends on size and type of plug but most will get you down 3 to 5 feet. As the water warms add a splitshot or two to get the lure a little deeper.

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