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30 June 2015 - 05:49 AMFertilizer alone is not toxic or dangerous. Weed killer on the other hand, maybe.Nice job on the panfish. The few times that I use artificial baits for panfish I do pretty well with a small black panther martin or a plastic beetle on a small jig head. If you do any fly fishing those foam spiders or ants also work pretty well.
Thanks. These fish would've hit anything we threw at em. They acted like they'd never seen a bait before
Maybe that honey hole you found was never fished before. And yes, those fish are probably edible in the middle of the woods. There is no fertilizers or weeds killers out there for sure. They will make a nice meal.
27 June 2015 - 07:08 PMStill have 2 of the Kmart ones.here is the rod i use, it is a broken rod that I put an eye on the end and a old ocean city 490 reel that was my grandfathers, also a pic of the sinker/hook, i have been tipping mine with gulp minnows, hope this helps
Kmarts and Silverstines back in the day used to sell short rods like that all fiberglass all that is needed is a baitcaster.
I use them for chugging and whipping.
01 June 2015 - 06:15 AMNormal current speed is 1.25-1.5 mph around Algonac.Getting ready to take my Dad to the Channel next week. Gonna put in at Algonac and fish the State Park down to the boat ramp. How fast is the current in the channel? You said you were trolling with the current. what was your speed. My Dad's boat won't troll down very slow. Can you drift it too?
31 May 2015 - 08:24 AMMy thought was for lakes ( Beacon cove for instance). Rivers might be a slightly different situation. Such as Markley's on the Clinton river.Marinas with water OUTSIDE of the natural shoreline as far as I know is legally accessible. Those built inland of the natural shoreline might well be private. Seems like I either got the info from a CO or read it somewhere.
This may not be true. With rivers going thru private property you cannot access from the owner's shore but have every right to fish, wade or canoe thru as long as you do not touch the shoreline. This holds true for the red cedar going thru MSU campus and rivers up north like the ausable, black etc. I would assume the same for marinas. Nobody owns public waters.
30 May 2015 - 06:06 AMMarinas with water OUTSIDE of the natural shoreline as far as I know is legally accessible. Those built inland of the natural shoreline might well be private. Seems like I either got the info from a CO or read it somewhere.