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Just in time

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  • Birthday 02/19/1968

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    hunting and fishing
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    tool and die maker

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  1. I have 3 big Jon brute es downriggers. Dual rod holder, cannon ball holder and swivel bases on all 3. They all work fine with no known issues. Selling boat and doing so without triggers installed. $500 each they are located in Montague Mi.
  2. I threw my z boards away and don't run the tx 44 boards I own. The z boards false release too much and the tx 44 boards are too hard to reel in with a big fish on. I run 5 boards on each side. Weight all the way forward on a walleye board will pull a 600 copper fine. I run3 dipseys on each side. Only time they ever tangle is if someone lets one out too fast. I do run a mag diver on inside rod. Number ones on 2nd and 3rd rods. I run rings only if I need depth. I do have 8 foot,9 foot and 10 foot rods and the holders are in a 4 foot long track. I use great lakes holders and have each rod at a slightly differrant angle.
  3. Chasing walleye in saginaw bay this week end. Salmon slowed down a bit right now.

  4. Make sure drag is tigh enough to hook the fish but loose enough for it to take some. Also attach a dipsey and let most wire out and reel it in. This will tightly spool the wire. A 1lb ball will do same. Wire that isnt tightly spooled will pull into itself and bind. Wire dipseys are by far my favorite fish catching set up. If enough people on my boat I run 6 dipseys. 4 being wire.
  5. Frank,

    I am staying in the Econo lodge this Thursday through Sunday in Augres.Keeping boat in Marina in Standish. Going to try walleye fishing in the bay again. Lost your number through multiple phone changes some how. We will stop and have cold one with you if you get me your number. I am sure I could find the house but dont stop places un announced. Mike JUST-N-TIME www.justintimefishingcharters.com.

  6. I have a local bait shop that still has some fishlander spoons new in package.
  7. I have taloras with swivel tips. I have fished taloras with out swivel tips. The swivel tips are a pricey addition to a great rod. But if you need longer than 8 foot its your only option. I run mag divers and have never had a problem with talora rods. Before I decided to spend the buck I broke 4 okuma blue diamond rods. I would suggest you save money by buying one rod. Eat the expense and be done. Shimano rods have a lifetime warranty that I doubt you will use. Convector reels are ok. I prefer the smoother tekotas though.
  8. I have found if you are catching small fish go deeper with your lures. I usually place well in tournaments because I fish near the bottom. I also fish out of the pack of boats. I have never told someone I am running long lines on the radio because of my fishing out of the pack. Deep dipsey divers produce big fish. The Dreamweaver is a great event with a great charity. My fish were all caught in 150 to 200 fow 100 plus down. Smallest of my allowed 15 was 11.5 lbs. Highest line was a 300 copper. Thats how I fish weigh 5 best tournaments.
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