d_balm24

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  1. It's pretty simple. You don't like the rules DON'T enter or better yet start your own and you can see how much time and effort goes into doing these
  2. VERY nice. Both Nick and Vinny are GREAT guys and terrific fishermen. Glad to see you got out and on some fish
  3. OR-16 clip. They won't come off ever again unless of user error. Make sure the line goes under the tit in the middle of the clip
  4. Says who??? They can't predict the weather to the minute let alone the weather for the winter
  5. If you fished the lake more than a few weekends out of ANY port on Lake Ontario the last 2 seasons it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out the salmon numbers were down. DRASTICALLY. If you want to know the status of the lake ask the guys who are out there EVERYDAY from April-oct from sunup to sundown. Guys like Captain Vinny should be used as a tool. It's hard to argue with someone who spends more time on the lake in a month than most do all season
  6. THANKS fellas
  7. I hate to rely on electronics but RADAR is a simple solution.
  8. THANKS for the laugh Rick😂
  9. They have been in Lake Erie since the mid to late 80s so I don't think that has anything to do with the weights of the walleye being down. I believe it has more to do with the HARSH winters we have received the last 2 years more than anything else
  10. They cant seem to predict today and tomorrow's weather right most of the time so I'm not holding my breath to ANY forecast for the winter
  11. I will prolly catch some heat for this but a wise man once told me the Kings live on the western end of Ontario and go and die on the eastern end but besides spring it hasn't been the case this yr. Tough bite on the western end with some fairly good days on the eastern end
  12. walmart. Omniflex 50lb test. Cheap and the fleas WONT stick to it at all. Peal 100-200 yds off and splice the 50lb in.
  13. my guess is his dipsy rods were firing until he reached 400 FOW then his riggers started firing. Just a guess though
  14. Strip 200' of line off and tie in 200' of 50 lb test and you won't have any problems on your riggers. The thick diameter won't allow them to cling on. They cut easy enough on the wire dipsy's that you should be able to get them off in a few seconds. Most of the time they come off when going through the twilly tip if not, smack the line on the water a few times