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08 April 2014 - 07:16 PMGood luck with the new lure. I know what you mean about the toothy critters loving the xr50's. Don't remember how many lipless cranks I lost last year, but I remember that I probably ended up buying 5 of those xr50's. They were one of my favorite lures to use last year. Ended up buying me some of those real image lipless baits along with some more xr50's. Can't wait to get out and pop their cherry.
08 April 2014 - 07:03 PMNice fish. I knew I should of met up with you. Looks like you did better than I did.
04 April 2014 - 10:14 AMIf you want to catch a steelhead out of the Clinton River you need to pretty much fish it everyday if you can now until the end of April. Right now you have fresh fish moving up the river. I've seen days where lot's of steelies are being caught and other days where 0 are caught. You just never know. Egg fly, stoney fly, and egg sucking leach are probably some of the most common flys. If you want to try live bait then a waxworm is your best bet.
03 April 2014 - 11:45 AMI dont see a problem with the increase as long as the money is used towards improving fishing oportunities. I would like to see it used towards stocking lakes that could use it. I've been able to reap the benifits of catching walleyes that have been stocked so I know that it works.
03 April 2014 - 10:24 AMSweet fish for sure , sure it was a hell of a fight............................
Actually I didn't fight the fish that long. Pulled pretty hard going up river. Somehow I was able to keep her close to shore out of the middle of the river. If she would of gotten towards the middle of the river in the deeper and swifter current I might have gone for a swim trying to chase her down. Still not sure how I was able to land her with no net and no help. I've seen quite a few fish this size hard to land.