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Paul Czarnecki

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    Oak Orchard, NY/ Erie, PA
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    bow hunting, waterfowl hunting, turkey hunting, fishing

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  1. Paul Czarnecki

    Starting temp

    Why just "in the 2nd week of August"??? Are those not fish you mark in 68 degree water in July? How about those marks in 39 degree water in May? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Paul Czarnecki

    Starting temp

    I like my thermostat set at 68. Seriously--forget about temp. ....you'll be much better off. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Paul Czarnecki

    Oak docked boats

    A boat sank in 130fow off the oak yesterday afternoon. The Sheriff was in a hurry and needed to be. It went down very quickly. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Paul Czarnecki

    Dipsy divers and meat

    Don't shorten your leader. Have someone leader the fish to the net--lots of fun and effective. However it doesn't work with two people or fishing solo. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Paul Czarnecki

    What to run on copper opinions

    If you're "fun fishing" you shouldn't be fishing any copper. They're definitely not "fun" and they kill everything that they catch. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Paul Czarnecki

    What to run on copper opinions

    I'll be the one to disagree with this one. A big flasher/meat rig in NO WAY guarantees a "big fish". In fact, I think more small fish are killed or injured on meat rigs on long coppers than anything. They simply can't resist meat---anywhere you put it. This year, especially, it seems the smaller fish are more attracted to meat than the bigger fish. Meat catches big fish but it also catches just as many small ones but kills more of them because of the nature of the rig. Want to stop killing "small fish"? Stop running long coppers and deep riggers that don't quickly telegraph a bite. Small fish getting killed by accident is something that happens. The rig has nothing to do with it. Btw......some of my biggest kings this year have come on spoons---SMALL SPOONS! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Paul Czarnecki

    Pintail

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  8. Paul Czarnecki

    Modified Inline Planer Boards

    I run everything up to, and including, 500 coppers on tx44's Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Paul Czarnecki

    Modified Inline Planer Boards

    Then you didn't do it right. There's a reason all the walleye pros run inlines in the big walleye tournies. The Michigan tournament boats run all inlines pulling everything up to 450 coppers. I've personally seen them running 4 to a side. Good luck with your big boards. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Paul Czarnecki

    Wille Side-Liner Planer Boards?

    Willy boards are dinosaurs compared to the newer Church or Offshore boards. However, they track very well pulling "brown trout sticks" or "buckshot rigs" and I run them every spring. Not big enough for anything more than a 2 color core though but they are great boards. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Paul Czarnecki

    Spring brown

    Just finished up this giant spring time brown. 27" long and almost as big around! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Paul Czarnecki

    Who Uses TX-44 Planer Boards?

    For walleyed and browns the regular walleye boards or yellow birds will be more than sufficient unless you're pulling more than 10 colors of leadcore. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Paul Czarnecki

    Who Uses TX-44 Planer Boards?

    You don't want your 44's to drop down the line. Learn to fight the fish with the board on the line and take it off manually. You'll be much happier and won't spend any time chasing down broken off boards. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Paul Czarnecki

    losing lake trout

    EXACTLY!!! All the fun of catching them without the LT diarrhea all over the boat. So......what's your problem? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Paul Czarnecki

    Leadcore and Fleas

    I don't think I've ever seen fleas accumulate on lead core. At the knot, maybe if they're really bad but they is it. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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