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LSCN Pirate
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38 years old
Birthday:
January 1, 1976
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Sterling H

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Real Name::
Adrian
Home Port::
Metro
Boat Type::
17
Boat Name::
MARVIN

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  1. In Topic: Black Cormorant

    06 April 2014 - 04:42 PM

    That is one meal..
  2. In Topic: walleye

    06 April 2014 - 04:37 PM

    Erie Metro Park is where i start and move upstream when warms up
  3. In Topic: Gets the job done

    12 January 2014 - 04:22 PM

    View Postjoshman, on 11 January 2014 - 05:24 PM, said:

    Threw 3 different J spoons at them today and got the job done. Pink, orange, and green beads. Found them too late and the big ones were shutting down. Got one fish over 12 today and a lot of 9s and tens. Attachment 0111141121.jpgAttachment 0111141447.jpg


    nice fish
  4. In Topic: Simcoe

    12 January 2014 - 04:17 PM

    View Postiggy, on 12 January 2014 - 10:43 AM, said:

    View PostRink08, on 12 January 2014 - 06:33 AM, said:

    We r going out at Cooks bay..kind of the south west corner...hope it produces


    I've heard about Cook's bay producing every year. My son's buddies go to Cook's Bay and they do good every year out there. Should be a good spot to go. I only ice fished Lk Simcoe a few times. Almost ALL of my fishing on that lake was in my boat every October. Fabulous perch fishing!!

    edit: Try those salted minnows in the kosher salt. they work great. I tried regular table salt, and that just kinda eats the minnows up. With the kosher salt, you can take them out of the freezer and they are frozen individually, Not all clumped together. You put one on your hook and into the water and it is as fresh as a live minnow!




    I like that
  5. In Topic: metro beach

    12 January 2014 - 04:12 PM

    View PostRickyp, on 11 January 2014 - 04:37 PM, said:

    Went to metro day sail today. Started near the day sail north. Then moved further north towards the flagpole. I was in 6 feet water probably about 500 yards out. Ended up with 26 combined myself and uncle. Fished from 8 to 4 pm. We used kens spoons, rapalas, beaded flutter spoon, minnows, spikes and waxes. Most came on the kens and rapalas.. My uncle tipped the kens with a waxie and caught some. Water was clear. Biggest was 9 inches but we caught many of em as well as 8's. We had a shack so didn't move much. We saw some hogs down there that showed some interest and then swim away. Schools were pretty consistent all day. The perch were schooled thick sometimes too but they seem to be cruising thru but a few we took though. Kens hooks were red on silver with red and a yellow bead. Rapala was a shad color with a red bead. There is so much water on the surface and deep slush.


    Sounds like a nice day

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