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About hfitch

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    Advanced Fisherman
  • Birthday 10/17/1974

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    love to hunt, fish, camp...anything besides be in the house
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    Peck, Michigan
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    hunting, fishing, gardening and camping
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    currently stay at home

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  1. went up to Port Austin with a friend for lunch today and decided to take lakeshore home to see what docks are in. Port Austin and Grindstone have NO docks in. Harbor Beach, both state marina and Offshore Marina have 1 dock in each. Port Sanilac has NO docks in and Lexington has 1 dock in. This was all as of Friday 3-16-12 between 12:30 and 4:30. Sure wish I had better news about Port Sanilac!! Hope this helps answer some questions.
  2. hfitch

    Cajun Coho

    damn.....even the picture looks good enough to eat!
  3. I heard that on the news tonight. I couldn't imagine treading water for that long. I'm a good swimmer and a good floater but I would just panick and sink!! That guy definetly had a guardian angel on his shoulder and it sure wasn't his time to go!
  4. according to channel 25, the pilot has been found and is in "good" condition at Harbor Beach Comm. Hospital.
  5. If anyone is going fishing out of Harrbor Beach in the morning, please be on alert for the wreckage of a single engine Cessna. It is believedd to have crashed off shore from Harbor Beach on it's way from New York to Wisconsin. Huron and Sanilac County Sheriffs Dept. are assisting the Coast Guard in the search this evening. Heard about it on Channel 25 out of Clio.
  6. good job!!! Kinda makes me wish we wouldn't have skipped Sanilac to go fishing over in Lapeer County on Long Lake!! Oh well, 3 very nice pike, so can't complain too much! Needed to catch something, was beginning to doubt myself as a fisherman lol. Can't slam 'em everytime!
  7. that is good news!! Bigger and fatter fish for sure! I think we need to move around a lot more and go searching. We'll find them eventually! We were out a lot more last year so we stayed on top of the fish better than we are this year, that's what our problem is. Damn work always gets in the way of fishing....
  8. Last year at this time, Port Sanilac was on fire for fish. We've been skunked the last 2 times out:confused: The hot spots from last year at this time are showing no fish!! I know things change but that's pretty drastic! Where have the fish gone? We've been fishing anywhere from 70 to 90 feet of water. Are we too shallow or too deep?? Getting a little bummed out.
  9. that's kinda what I figured but wanted a little more input. Thanks guys for the advice! Hopefully we can get my friends on some fish. They've never been big water fishing before. One big king and they're going to be hooked!!!
  10. Been a long time since we've been up to Harbor Beach fishing and usually when we went before, we targeted walleye. Taking out some friends this weekend and was wondering if anyone had any thoughts for starting locations. This is these guy's first time out there fishing for trout/salmon and really don't want to get skunked if we can help it. Do you guys that fish up there recommend north or south of the harbor? I don't want exact GPS locations of your exact honey holes, just a little advice to get these guys some fish.
  11. ends July 29th at 10 p.m. Sorry about that!
  12. Port Sanilac Bait and Sporting Goods is hosting the 1st annual "Perch of July Fishing Contest". It's open to all ages, off the wall or in a boat. It is an individual contest and each fisherman pays a cost of $20 per person. All contestantss must fish in Port Sanilac and or launch out of Port Sanilac. Contest starts July 1st at 5 a.m. and July 30th at 10 p.m. Registration papers can be picked up at Port Sanilac Bait & Sporting Goods and other businesses in Port Sanilac.
  13. Mike, wet your floor down with it when you leave and keep a spray bottle of it the boat with ya for when you need to refresh it. It's not a cure all, but it does help a lot.
  14. Wasn't me Turfwrench. We've got a broken leaf spring on the truck that hubby's fixing Saturday and we also have a shredded tire on the boat trailer that's getting fixed next week. Sounded like a pretty nice day to be out there, though. Wish it would have been me! Those bugs are a bugger, haha, on those calm flat days. One thing that works for us is spraying a 50/50 mix of bleach and water on the floor of the boat. Of course if you have no carpet. Keeps those little bitey flies away.
  15. the good old reliable downrigger with a magnum Silver Streaks. I'm not just choosing one color of spoon though. Nope, I won't do it!
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