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J.D.

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  1. BOATLIFT, An Untold Tale of 9/11 Resilience https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDOrzF7B2Kg
  2. I've never seen a spoon with that pattern. I run a lot of Apex for kings sizes 4.5 and 5.0, they make a pattern called "popcorn" that's a good producer.
  3. We caught a deformed brown a few years back, we nick named him "Leroy" He was a very slow swimmer...
  4. Save your gas Wally, The wind will shift and they'll be here before you know it. Jim S.
  5. Watch this short video. Assume the left side is the US shore, the right side is Canada. The red water is warm, the blue water is ice cold Note 2 things: Multiple upwellings on both ends (the shorelines), and how stable things stay in the middle (the blue zone offshore) I hope this helps... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uIkJ4xu9Ego
  6. Bay Bridge Sport Shop has fisherman's apartments, dock, fuel, tackle https://baybridgesportshop.com/rooms
  7. My favorite spread is "I can't Believe it's Not Salmon" ...... made from mechanically separated lake trout parts...
  8. More options from the tackle menu on the left side of the page https://www.michiganangler.com/Flashers.htm
  9. I also use this on my rig. Great ,easy to use setup.
  10. I would give it a try. Back in the mid 90s' I bought a bag of frozen cleaned smelt from the local supermarket, split one down the middle, and jammed it in a Rhys Davis meat head. Ran it clean off the rigger in early August.... largest king of my career @ 34 lbs. Lots of options out there. ( I still use the smelt)
  11. Loop the line back through the bead. it holds in place but still can be adjusted. Watch the "Tangled Tackle" meat rig video on you tube..
  12. Send a PM to L&M ( Hank) he's a moderator on this site and a top notch marine mechanic... he'll have an answer for you
  13. Flashers are plastic, dodgers are metal. They have different actions and give off different sonic vibrations. I have days when a dodger will take fish when flashers won't, usually as my deepest rod. Run your favorite fly, plastic squid or hoochie behind them same as a flasher. Most summer mornings, I have one of each in the water to start and let the fish tell me what they prefer. Dodger on the deep rigger, flasher on a wire diver. Just my $.02
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