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Home Port::
Harrison Twp
Boat Type::
2001 220 Angler W/A 225 Yammy 2Stroke
Boat Name::
The Rodfather

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  1. Need Opinion on Boat Mechanic

    12 March 2015 - 09:59 AM

    I have a coworker that would like to get back into boating. They have 1987 19 foot Rinker i/o that has been sitting for 5 years and needs at least an impeller change, a tune up and probably a real good once over. Can anyone give me some local recommendations on where to take this boat?

  2. Eye Report

    04 August 2014 - 08:03 AM

    Went out with a buddy last night. Dropped the lines in at 7:30pm and fished until Dark. Ran 1 oz weights varying from 20-40ft back off boards 1.5-1.8 Mph. White colored blades took the fish. Also ran perch patterens and yellows. I was about 1 mile northwest of the st clair light looking for weed beds. Caught no walleye again. Did pick up some smallmouths and white bass but that was about it. It has been a real slow month of July and Aug for me so far. Marked some fish and they were right on the bottom. Oh well it was a nice night out there. The walleye just are not holding in the same spots as the last couple of years. Besides the Canadian shore line is anyone getting into the walleye in the main lake?
  3. Eye Report

    20 June 2014 - 08:52 PM

    Got out first thing this morning with a buddy to try our hand at a few eyes. Started about 4.5 miles straight out from the Crocker launch tried to find some weed beds. First lines in were in at 0630 and best fishing was between 0730 and 0900. Ended up with four eyes our best being a 23 inch. Caught a couple SM and silver bass as well. Did not see many boats out at all today. Took a run to bouy 29 to see what was going on and there were a few boats but i did not see many nets. I will keep looking for them.

    Trolled 1.4-1.8mph with inline boards
    Perch Pattern and gold crawler harness were the best
    30 feet back either with 1/2 or 1oz inlines
    Water temp 58-62F

    Good luck

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