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  1. C hammond

    Lisbon 6/29

    Fished two hours. Two walleyes and two bass. Walleyes 22 and 24 inches. All fish came off of boards with 2 ounce snap wights with crawler harnesses. Still slow going!!
  2. C hammond

    Tough bite

    Was he pulling cranks at night ?
  3. C hammond

    Tough bite

    Just put 5 hours in on the river. 2 smallmouth 0 walleyes. Ouch
  4. C hammond

    Tough bite

    Very tough bite in the ogdensburg and Lisbon area. Hardly even marking any. Anyone having any luck up this way.
  5. C hammond

    Late spawn

    Wether you kill a walleye in may or kill a walleye in july that walleye will never spawn again So not that big of deal. Plenty of states have no closed season.
  6. If you don't stop that fungus now you'll be in trouble. Especially once that water temp starts to warm up.
  7. Are you treating your eggs with formalin for the mold or something else ?
  8. C hammond

    Ohio walleye

    Go to Port Clinton fish the islands. Ive been a bunch of times.Let me know I can tell you where to stay and launch.Its pretty easy.
  9. C hammond

    DIY Worm Harness Questions

    Search walleye workshop on YouTube. Mike Gorfron gives a good video how to do it.
  10. C hammond

    DIY Worm Harness Questions

    That’s supposed to be plastic clevis
  11. C hammond

    DIY Worm Harness Questions

    Get the plastic Clovis with the quick change. That way you can change blades without tyeing the harness again. There cheap
  12. C hammond

    DIY Worm Harness Questions

    I forgot I usually put the two hooks about 3 and a half inches apart
  13. C hammond

    DIY Worm Harness Questions

    17 pound test fluorocarbon, 2 number two octopus hooks and number 6 Colorado blades. I make mine about 5 feet long.
  14. Historically it’s april 12 - 17. I’ll let you know. It’s really just a small group of guys that do it every year. It’s a long night because you don’t shock the river until after dark. Then you have to milk the eggs and place them in the hatchery. But it’s well worthwhile. It helps a lot.
  15. I run the walleye stocking program in ogdensburg. I wouldn’t worry about the perch eating eggs and what not. When we shock the river it’s full of suckers following the walleye to eat the eggs. If anyone wants to witness the shocking of the river I usually know about 3 days in advance. We have to monitor the river and call the best time to shock it before we call th dec. We are always looking for help !!