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  1. In Topic: Anchor Bay

    07 May 2014 - 05:58 PM

    View Postfishman1, on 07 May 2014 - 08:30 AM, said:

    View Postriver rat78, on 07 May 2014 - 08:06 AM, said:

    View Postsuperflysnuka, on 06 May 2014 - 12:50 PM, said:

    Most likely a musky. I boated one 2 weeks ago and last week had another that we couldn't manage to net. Net is too small. Friend caught a couple nice 20" smallies but whether conditions were terrible.


    Tough to tell what it was in the distance. Could only see it rolling on the surface. anyways I'm just happy that I didn't have to fight 15+ MPH for a change.


    Good job on the fish. You mentioned a bait called xr-50. Could you please explain what kind of bait that is? Thanks


    Supersport pretty much summed it up. They are a pretty loud lipless crankbait. They have 10bb's that rattle during the retrieve. Only bad thing is they are a bit on the pricey side 6.99. You can get some 3" cotton cordell's for less than half that price. They are also pretty loud but also have great action to them. I think that any lipless would do as long as it has a tight wobble while being retrieve at a medium to fast speed.
  2. In Topic: Anchor Bay

    07 May 2014 - 08:06 AM

    View Postsuperflysnuka, on 06 May 2014 - 12:50 PM, said:

    Most likely a musky. I boated one 2 weeks ago and last week had another that we couldn't manage to net. Net is too small. Friend caught a couple nice 20" smallies but whether conditions were terrible.


    Tough to tell what it was in the distance. Could only see it rolling on the surface. anyways I'm just happy that I didn't have to fight 15+ MPH for a change.
  3. In Topic: Opening Day Weekend + Monday

    30 April 2014 - 07:16 AM

    I was fishing an inland lake from shore.
  4. In Topic: Lures and colors

    29 April 2014 - 09:51 AM

    If you are looking to buy topwater frogs I would pay attention to the color of the belly and not the top. For me my top producing frog has a black belly. My 2nd best is a brown belly. I personally would buy the booyah pad crasher and not the spro or koppers. If theres a little bit of chop in the water I would try using a topwater popper frog. This is where I would go with the spro. You might want to pick up some weedless rats too. There's times that if they don't hit the frog I'll switch to the rat and they will hit that. For open water or if the weeds are still pretty low another good frog to look into is a stanley ribbit. On a slow steady retrieve you can hear their feet make a glub glub sound.
  5. In Topic: Hammer Time on Detroit River

    24 April 2014 - 05:54 PM

    Nice job on the eyes. Sounds like a great day to me. Just curious did you have to tip the jig with a minnow or were you fishing it with just the plastic. Me and my dad tried this past Monday and didn't get any walleyes and had 0 hits.

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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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