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15 May 2013 - 07:37 AMPatterns on the blades def catch fisherman. Biggest factor imo is blade size. Second being Vibration, that's based alot on blade weight, which is why ghost blades are so productive. (bigger profile with lower vibration.)
Ive retooled my system this year and the results have been fantastic based on matching size and vibration then color. Ive eliminated bead color as a variable and use only black white and clear combos. Ghost blades enable every harness color to show through. The new clevis' from dutch fork are simply the best ive ever used enabling super fast swaps when size, Vibration, and color are determined.
Deadly so far, doing better on the lake than the dr this year!
What blade size do you like for the lake? What's your got to ghost blade pattern?
14 May 2013 - 09:04 AMI was told that the colors on the front of the blade catch the fisherman and the color on the back of the blade catch the fish. Colors that I look for on the back of the blade: Silver, Gold, and White.
10 February 2013 - 11:39 AMKept 11 from that area past the beach out in 7-8. Smallest I kept was 9 and biggest was11.25 inches . I usually don't keep 7.5-8 inches or I would of had maybe another. 10 keepers. Fire tiger rap, small white tear drops. Minnows and spikes. All in for me it seemed less an average day. The pressure was high but its steadily falling now do as the day goes on the fishing will get better. Good luck.
Fished 8-3pm Saturday. Started out at Metro off the beach and away from the crowd. Got 5 nice perch and I thought that we were going to have a bang up day. A buddy of mine got a call that they were doing better down at Geno's. So we decided to make the long walk. What a mistake that was. Caught nothing but Dink McStinks at Genos. Decided to make our way back to metro and fished out in deeper water the whole way back. Stayed out away from the crowd and picked up a few more. Put some miles on the boots yesterday cut alot of holes and caught not nearly enough nice perch but it was some of the best weather ever for me ice fishing. Best lure for was a white jigging spoon with a red bead.
27 September 2012 - 02:51 PMSea,
Who did you get that rate from?
20 September 2012 - 10:08 AMThe average retail price of electricity for Michigan residential customers was 13.48 cents per kilowatt hour in January 2012, compared to 12.11 cents per kilowatt hour in January 2011, according to the EIA. The nation's average retail price of electricity for residential customers was 11.43 cents per kilowatt hour in January 2012, compared to 10.95 cents per kilowatt hour in January 2011.
(13.48-12.11) / 12.11 = 11.3% increase.
What a lot of people are missing is that as consumers use less and less electricty, the Utilty companies keep the same amount of capacity. They dont cut down on capacity, and charge us more on the overhead.
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