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Worm Harness Colors for Erie

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I will be venturing to Lake Erie in the next.few weeks for some eyes. Thus will be my first time fishing Erie for walleyes. What are the best blade and bead colors for harnesses.? I have a 75 horse and a bow mount trolling motor what speed should I be at?

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Speed for new has been 1.5-2, heard black and purple were good not sure what blade types. We got 4 Saturday on renosky and raps in blue of riggers

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We usually do well on fire tiger willow leaf blades

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As of this past week green, nuclear green, purple, purple /black. Willow & Colorado blades. We did better at sog 2.2-2.5 mph. Along the fence at 53-55 fow. out of Buffalo SBH. good luck!

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Watermelon and black/purple

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Renoskys with the front hook removed and a larger treble in the middle. No worm, five colors of lead core, clown color today, sixty five foot of water, two at twenty eight and twenty three inches between noon and two PM.

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I am in a slow learning curve when it comes to Erie eyes but it seems that the best color that works for me is Black/Purple anything!  The same color combo is a killer on Oneida in bucktails with a worm.

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