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  1. RECENTLY HUGE BROWN TROUT HAVE BEEN CAUGHT ON CUSTOM PAINTED JERKBAITS FROM A COMPANY CALLED BIGBASSBAITS.NET-THATS RIGHT BASS BAITS NOT ONLY CATCHING TROUT BUT BIG SMALLMOUTH BASS,HOTEST COLORS HAS BEEN HIS GOBY ALEWIFE AND HOT ORANGE WITH BLACK DOTS,YOU CAN CONTACT HIM AT   [email protected]     HOPE THIS HELPS   BIGJOHN

    this is true! I had John make up the hot orange with black dots basically a custom Puerto Rican

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  2. Doing some thing you enjoy as a pass time for a job is the fastest way to stop enjoying your pass time.

    The Captains deserve every penny they charge and then some. Boat, gear, time, gas, insurance ect

    People seem to forget about all the hidden costs there are running a legitimate business

    A tip is in order for good service and a fun trip on the lake

  3. Fished west of sodus this morning, first fish on was a stout brown trout. This big guy hit a 4 inch rapala over 8 feet of water. He hit 200 ft back and almost instantly cleared the water giving us a spectacular show and a little insight as to what we were in for. The man behind the rod fought the fish perfectly and was rewarded with the largest fish he had ever landed, a 14 lb 14 oz hooked jaw brown. All in all great fish, great fight, and great friends.attachicon.gifImageUploadedByLake Ontario United1399157313.003208.jpg

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    that's a great Brown congrats!
  4. Fish east towards Webster and another banner morning. 17 for 20 with 4 small squirt kings and the rest browns. Some good size 4 went over 8 lbs. and many 5 to 6 lbs. 3 hours was spent not catching fish after the wind and lake kicked up pretty snotty....final we headed back east and put 5 more in the boat in less than 20 minutes before we pulled the plug. Down rigger bite was 2 to 1 over planer boards today, Fire Tiger bomber on boards and Alpena Diamonds on the riggers

    Only bad part of the day was feeding a rod and reel to the lake , planer line got caught on the rod and away it went

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  5. I love the AO's Clippers but had a hell of a time yesterday getting them down and staying down the line in the wind and rain. This thread is perfect timing and I just got done sleeving two dozen releases. Can't wait to get out on the lake and try them. Noticeable difference in weight should really help them get down the line and not blow back. I only run rubber bands when pulling coppers. I found the shock absorber of the bands helps with false releases on the heavy coppers when trolling in waves. attachicon.gifImageUploadedByLake Ontario United1398289710.036094.jpg

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    good job

    Here are mine now after adding the nut for weight

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  6. This way works also

    I didn't make them up the came with the planer boards I purchased from someone

    One problem I had with the releases stock was on a windy day or if board goes dead on a fast turn your mono line from your rod can get hung up in the slot you use to clip the release into the planer board line

    This gentleman cut that part if the release right off

    I have some hex head nuts in my hand right now that I'm going to add with a press fit for added weight

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