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  1. I would think there would be more scent in the wild unfrozen shiners, I'll have to give it a try then. Huge king! Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. I know this is a forum for more Lake O fishing, but I have a theory. Since the main food source on lake Huron is emerald shiners, does anyone know how I would do if I were to catch some creek shiners that I like to use for pike and bass, but after they died I would cut them up and run them on the meat rig. They are pretty hefty sized and they stink like Chinook that's for sure. Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Spro, that's the name. And thank you! Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. I never though of it like this, the way I think of doing it is putting the mono in and then tying the knot but pulling the entire leader through before I could sinch it, going to have to try that, thanks!
  5. I can't seem to figure how to tie that knot proper, I can never slide the knots together even when they are both loose, any ideas? The Alberto is my tried connection knot for the moment I'm just hoping the sheath can't slip through, pulled it real hard though.
  6. I went by what someone else recommend to me, but I'll keep that in mind for next time, thank you.
  7. I've got 27 pound leadcore to 12 pound mono backing, enough backing on there. I have em tied together with a 7 turn Alberto knot each way, with the lead pulled out of there and just the sheath in the knot. Just want to make sure that sounds good, is the backing poundage too light or ok, I'll play them lightly obviously. I see the copper guys use swivels on their connections in the reel.
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