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  1. That area didn't look to good on Sunday
  2. How do these tourneys work? Is there an observer? I'm assuming these fish are released, just curious
  3. I tell ya there's a month of some possible good nights to come right in front, just have to keep an eye on the blow boats. The fish are there but 75 degrees isn't going to cut it!
  4. You can run one off a rigger too when the wires and long lines are working. I've caught fish with the lure running 30 feet below the deepest cannon ball, very stealth. Smaller sizes work great if fish are down 25- 30 feet
  5. Moose I bought a mako last year great auger for the price! You probably don't need that much auger if your chasing panfish and can get away with what KS suggested. Lots of drill conversion kits available.
  6. First off I was driving the vessel but I do not own the vessel! I saw you coming and figured you'd turn. When you didn't ,believe it or not I slowed down. Everyone who combat trolls has had to juice the throttle every now and then. It wasn't that big of a deal but I'm sorry your upset . As for the people on board or captain giving you lip it's beyond my control . I haven't been that close to someone in a long time it happens . Refer to Matt's rules for Combat Trolling
  7. No problem! Flatline j plugs too if you don't have boards. Normally we troll 2.4 for that kind if fishing with good success. Today they wanted it fast and on turns
  8. Top 5 feet with plugs was the key today about 60 to 75 back on riggers and with in line planners about 60 back ,attach board and let it out just outside your boat . Little faster than we like to troll 2.8 SOG
  9. There's a smaller boat trolling in the river and one big one in the lake , looks muddy. Mud is out to 30 , 40 feet
  10. Trophy,You can can still get big fish of the day even if it doesn't make the board
  11. Yep nasty out !! In by 9 ! Took a few fish in 140 90 plus down and 180 looked good but to crappy to work hard!! Hang em low there's fish at least there was today!
  12. Get yourself some hammerhead cowbells , look for the lakers on the bottom. Touch bottom with the rigger ball and raise it up a foot, can't loose. Repeat every few minuets you should have a boat load!
  13. Doesn't seem like the water has come up so I'm going to say around 3 feet or less. Last year at this time there was almost 6 feet. There is a narrow ramp and dock at voyager marina, you will have it all to yourself
  14. Hopefully he doesn't come back
  15. The knot also works well on down rigger cable, not very neat and clean looking but I trust it over the terminaters any day
  16. Cheers

    Lake O

    What depth are you catching? Is it better to anchor then drift in your opinion?
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