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  1. In Topic: Lotsa Pike

    Yesterday, 10:02 PM

    View Postlukedogwalker, on 28 February 2015 - 09:34 PM, said:

    I've been seeing them but for some reason its hard to get bites lately. Maybe it has something to do w the fact they re getting close to spawn idk. I'm going to start trying deadbait see what happens.

    Last week I had one hit a dead sucker but it snapped my line cause I was running a leader set up for walleyes and not pike. I had them come in and look at the spoon with the golden shiner and couldn't get them to commit. I tried jigging it slowly and raising and lowering it and couldn't get them to strike it. When I went to the lipless crank the first pike I saw showed 0 hesitation and struck the lure right away. I plan on jigging a lipless tomorrow and see if I can ice a few.
  2. In Topic: Yates Cider Mill Dam iced over

    26 February 2015 - 02:44 PM

    Hope no steelies are trying to jump the damn. If they do they might think its a fun slip n slide.
  3. In Topic: Bluewater bait and tackle tournament

    25 February 2015 - 08:15 PM

    Are you the guy with that turned in the pike with that nasty infection? If so I didn't get a flag to go up till about 5 and ended up breaking my line on the hook set.
  4. In Topic: inland lake

    25 February 2015 - 08:13 PM

    View Postlure-king the net, on 25 February 2015 - 07:58 PM, said:

    View Postgman2, on 25 February 2015 - 05:35 PM, said:

    Went with a buddy to an inland lake in Rochester. I fish this lake quite a bit in the yak and always have success. The lake is shaped like a fish bowl. In a matter of 6 feet the depth changes from 6 feet to 20 feet, around the entire lake. Anyways, we tried to find them for the first half of the day. Tried in 18 feet, then 12 feet, then 10 feet. With very limited success. Finally.... after about 20 holes we started getting into some fish. We were jigging from top to bottom in about 6 feet of water. Around 1 o clock we started getting them and had a one man limit plus by about 5. Fish kind of died down about 5 ish. Water is very very murky.... chocolate milk. Couldnt see your jig as soon as it reached the bottom of the ice. Everything came on wax worms and lots of jigging in about 5 to 7 fow. It was nice to have a good day. Ive been from lake st. clair to caseville over the last month with limited success. Good liuck out there everyone.

    Did you try by the ice rink?

    Are you referring to Spencers Park? I don't think he was there cause he said the water is very murky. The times that I have ice fished there you can see bottom in 13'
  5. In Topic: Tackle Stores

    24 February 2015 - 07:18 PM

    View PostA_Stratus, on 24 February 2015 - 07:12 PM, said:

    Thanks for the quick replies. I'm going to gear up on some spring walleye jigging equipment.

    Right now these stores still have out their ice fishing tackle. Not sure when they start to put out the open water tackle but I would imagine near the end of March depending on the ice conditions.


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    Thursday - 29 November 2012
    They are going to hold a tourney at fraser if you didnt know. Be there at 9:30 if you want to play
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