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  1. Fishing Bronte this Saturday wondering about depth and what they are keying in on. Going to run some meat spoons and plugs. Probably start 60-70 ft move out deeper of they aren't there? That sound right? Any advice? Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. All I can say is that we trolled spoons, glow spoons and glow lymans in and around Meaford all day and close to dark and soon as I switched to herring strips on the rigger it fired within 15-20 minutes. Went out the next day same deal lymans and spoons saw somebody netting a fish on a flasher switched to meat fish released from the rigger for me. Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Wondering what would be the best way to set these, facing backward our downrigger is on the left side and it has a rod holder, there is a built in holder right behind the downrigger closest to the back of the boat that is where I normally put my rigger rod, which plate setting should I be using so that my dipsey angles as far out left as possible just to keep away from the downrigger rod, and when the dipsey fires should I pull the rigger up or just fight the fish off to the side. The 2nd dipsey can run off the opposite side no problem. I had success on herring or Huron kings last weekend Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Ok I will keep that in mind, going to run 2 rods on our 1 rigger than a dipsey more than likely. I am thinking I'll do about 15 ft in between on the cable and one 10 ft further of a leader and I shouldn't see any tangles. Thanks man. Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Alright thanks man, I'm going to try with a swivel for this weekend to start with but if I can't get anything I will take your word I'm starting to trust the Alberto more and more. 3 days of fishing I hope I can have some luck I have about 12 ft of leader on my swivel so I think that should do it but if not I'm making some adjustments. Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. This will be my first time running a meat rig I we get one out, any suggestions are appreciated though man! Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Ok sweet thanks man, how long of a leader of fluoro from your braid to lure? With a swivel or connection knot Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I mean can I use a reel with braided line to connect to the downrigger with a leader? Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Spoons and lymans maybe a meat rig Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. I am thinking that because of my lack of rods the most effective way for me to make my spread is to doublestack my downrigger with 2 lines and a leadcore other side. The reel I would like to use has 30 pound braid on it. My cannonball is 10 pounds and I would typically run a 30-50 foot lead behind the canonball. I have it rigged up with a swivel and a 12 foot lead of 20 pound fluoro. Looking for lake Huron kings but this would apply to Ontario too. Any suggestions to improve not spooking fish? Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. Spro, that's the name. And thank you! Sent from my LM-Q620 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. 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!
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