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  1. Have yet to try bronte this year, weekends looking good, has anyone been out latly
  2. i am looking to make up some rod holders to run a board out each side of my boat. what angle should the rod be at? does It matter?
  3. awesome thanks for the report! was thinking of trying it out this weekend
  4. Has anyone been doing anything out of bronte yet or is it sill too early?
  5. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s):JUNE 16 2012 Time on Water:5 HRS Weather/Temp: Wind Speed/Direction: Waves: FLAT Surface Temp: Location:BRONTE LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 9 Total Boated:8 Species Breakdown:Chinooks and Bows Hot Lure: green/silver , purple/black , orange/ gold Trolling Speed: 2.5-2.8 Down Speed: Boat Depth: 200-220 Lure Depth: 45-80-100 ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS Great morning on the water with my brother and grandfather, No line up at the launch perfect weather and the fishing was good. Landed two 16-18 lbs chinooks and about four 6-8 lbs smaller ones and two nice 8lbs bows. Lost a really nice bow ====================
  6. fast ans silver what test of core did you use? what do you mean 30ft of 30 lbs tesT? so you put 360ft of 50lb braid and then your full core then leader? does it damage the lead if you do not have it all in the water example spooled with 10 colours and only put 5 out?
  7. if i used 18lb test do you think i could get a whole 10 colour on
  8. Hey guys I am new to the whole leadcore set up. Im looking to spool up my daiwa 47LC with some core. Was planning on using some braid as backing and suggestions on if i should go with 18 or 27 lbs test core? should i run full 10 colour and then a leader? or should i segment the colours with sections of braid? i am looking to fish lake o bronte area and also a few trips to erie for the eyes any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
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