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zackblain

Hemlock hemlock and canadice browns/rainbows

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Just got into trolling this year and have done well with the lakers and have them dialed in prett well. Generally 2mph and suttons/ white and green colored lightweight spoons fished with a 20' or so lead near bottom have produced. Only landed 1 rainbow on hemlock in close to 30 trips out, what should I be doing when I wanna target the other trout? Pm me if you don't feel like posting I know most that fish these lakes are pretty tight lipped

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Well when it comes to bows and browns on other bodies of water .... It's almost the same but each body fishes different..

Bows I run faster speeds. Orange andvpurple spoons. Stretch your leads a bit more and fish stealthy running 2.0-2.5 mph and don't be afraid to zig sag they will hit that spoon when its going over 3 mph. Fish temps thermo 55-56 degrees.

Browns fish a bit slower 1.5-2.0 fish darker spoons. A great producer is the frogs, and my favorite glow alwive by Michigan stinger. Fish these where the thermo meets bottom of the lake, usually 45-70. Fow sometimes deeper.

This is what works for me. A nice trick with browns is too stack a fixed Chester a few feet above your main release.

Good luck.

Nick

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Well when it comes to bows and browns on other bodies of water .... It's almost the same but each body fishes different..

Bows I run faster speeds. Orange andvpurple spoons. Stretch your leads a bit more and fish stealthy running 2.0-2.5 mph and don't be afraid to zig sag they will hit that spoon when its going over 3 mph. Fish temps thermo 55-56 degrees.

Browns fish a bit slower 1.5-2.0 fish darker spoons. A great producer is the frogs, and my favorite glow alwive by Michigan stinger. Fish these where the thermo meets bottom of the lake, usually 45-70. Fow sometimes deeper.

This is what works for me. A nice trick with browns is too stack a fixed Cheater a few feet above your main release.

Good luck.

Nick

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