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  1. Have never been a fan of red hooks, does anyone switch these out for silver hooks?
  2. Silver streak makes a chilly Willy that is a silver blank with blue and glow tape on the front, dream weavers chilly Willy is very different, which one do you use?
  3. Moonshine RV seasick Kramer, fat nancys just got a bunch in. Awesome early morning spoon.
  4. Thanks for the suggestions, just put in an order for some of these. Last June off Sandy we found the kings in 50 to 100 fow early, down 20 to 50. As the sun got higher the fish moved to deeper water (200 to 300+) and deeper in the water column (40 to 100 feet)
  5. HB2, Which make watermelon spoon did you have the best luck with.
  6. Will take 12 packs of 6, will pick them up, if that’s ok. Carl Erickson
  7. Looking to pick up a couple dozen spoons for the upcoming salmon season. Have no problems getting bites early with carbon 14, seasick waddles, rv seasick carmer, rv road toad being my best producers. As the sun gets higher these spoons die. Have had luck with black and green uv stingrays and some uv warrior spoons but would like some suggestions on more spoons to pick up for when the sun gets high.
  8. We run 4 ounce torpedo divers off our boards. 15 pound braid on the reel, 8 foot 15 pound fluoro leader. Let the spoon out 30 feet, clip on the diver. We start with the outside rod out 90, next rod out 60, inside rod out 30 and see which rods go. Will go to the next size up torpedoes if the fish move deeper. This works great until the fleas start, then you can’t run the 15 braid. We run 3 riggers with spoons or flashers, depending on what the fish want.
  9. Does any one carry whole green label herring? Woodys has nd herring but they are small.
  10. Fished West of the bay in 60 to 130 fow. 8 color lead core and 4 ounce torpedo divers on the boards, SSW, die hard and carbon 14 early, then UV green and blue warriors when the sun got up. Cut bait behind green Dalmatian spinny on the riggers, 45 to75 down. Ended up with 12 kings, 2 steelhead, 1 laker and a 12 pound Atlantic, done at 11:00. Unbelievable fishing, lots of bait in 30 to 60 fow. If you haven’t tried the torpedo divers on the boards, you should, 30 foot 15 pound test leader, clip on the diver, let out 60 to 90 feet of 20 pound spectra, clip in planer release, run out on board, easy. I don’t have the coin to have 10 lead core rods and this is a way to cover the same water with your normal line counters.
  11. Where can I get minion flies.
  12. Fished Fair Haven this Saturday, most of the action was in 180 to 200 for us. Fleas not bad at all. The Red (Sockeye) salmon in the pacific northwest are filter feeders. I wonder if they would eat these spinney water fleas. If so it may decrease the number of fleas and give us a great eating addition to the fishery.
  13. I have fished the St. Lawrence for the past 5 years. We catch walleyes in 35 to 70 feet of water with jigging spoons and worm harneses after dark. These walleyes are just full of gobies. The last 3 years I have dragged a gobie on a 3 way swivel rig, with and without spinners and have never had a touch, while catching fish on spoons and worms. It's just strange. Walleyes are a weird creature.
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