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  1. OP, Take a look at a product called Stern Pad, it is made by Seaworthy Innovations (made in the USA). It is exactly what you are wanting. No holes in your boat Pad has a 3M VHB Adhesive. It won't come off
  2. I use Superior Fishing Products and I love them. I have the quads
  3. I would love to have a 2# torpedo for my X2 fish hawk. That is a cool design that would work good for that setup.
  4. IMO Russell's method of lead weights is old school thinking. Will it work, yes. A much better mousetrap is to use Lure Jensen Deep Six divers on braided line with line counter reels. Works much better, with the only downside being the cost of the divers (Not really a big deal for most salmon fisherman). Try it you will like it. Deep Six™ | Luhr-Jensen (rapala.com)
  5. We found a VRBO in Oak Orchard that was still available, so my wife cancelled Olcott and booked Oak instead. thank you, guys, for helping me.
  6. Are you trolling them faster or slower than say a boss shad crankbait?
  7. I am looking for advice on best way to troll bucktails. My home waters are Lake St. Clair, and I just can't consistently catch fish with bucktails.
  8. I am glad I posted on this. I was ready to change my location. thank you guys.
  9. I was hoping to get some intel for fishing Kings July 4th week. I currently have a place reserved in Olcott, but I was at a fishing show recently and a guy at one of the booths said that week is traditionally not great for kings. He said that time of year is mainly steelhead out of that port. I am driving 9 hours to get to Olcott and want to go to a port with the best opportunity. i can change my plans and go farther east if that is what is needed. If the Candian shoreline is better that time of year, I can do that as well. I'm hoping maybe I was given some bad info; I don't know. thank you
  10. they only make a 2" and 4". We ran both. plastic
  11. I tried some Lyman 2" and 4" plugs yesterday in Ontario central basin of Lake Erie. All I can say is wow!! These things catch Steely and Walleye. Just 2 of us yesterday running 4 rods (2 riggers and 2 Chinook #3 high divers) went 14-16 on Bows and over 40 walleye (all before noon). Incredible day Moonshine spoons certainly did some catching but Lyman's were very impressive, especially behind the diver with 6' lead. I would say the 4" did a little better than the 2" but it was close. Huge walleye came on those 2". We were trolling anywhere from 2.2 to 3.2 mph at the ball. I had no idea on these lures until yesterday. I do think the front treble hook on the 4" lure could be removed without changing the hook up success. We also put a split ring on the front to connect to swivel. Just wanted to post because I'm sure these lures would be equally effective on Lake O.
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