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Corey K

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About Corey K

  • Birthday 08/01/1980

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    Walking Dead fan, and I hate hunting TV shows. Always disappointed with how dumb most people are!
  • Location
    Birch Run
  • Interests
    Bow hunting, muskie fishing, Salmon fishing, and Ice fishing
  • Occupation
    Chemical operations

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  1. Hey, can you send me a pic or give me an idea of what you have?



  2. If you do plan on fishing shallow 2 rigs I do we'll on are 1lb weights with plugs and slide divers. I let out 75ft of line, clip on weight w/snap weight release then lower weight to desired depth. Slide divers are great in shallow, set on 4 with plugs or flashers/flys. Downriggers are great but, the 1 lb weights are more stealthy on tougher days.
  3. Yep long day w/biting flies... We normally do "bankers hour" trips to avoid the crowds at the launch and cleaning stations but, wanted to try the pre dawn action..
  4. Thanks, the steelhead was out 10th fish and we were pumped. I came close on a Huron slam this year missing a coho. I did see that Glen put a Pink in the boat that same night so there is a mixed bag of all the species!!! Surprised we only had 1 king starting to color up.
  5. Fished 5am- 6pm. Long hot day, fishing was slow in the morning and it made sense just to stay out and try to find some fish. Best depth was 180 to the south. North troll at 2.8 SOG. First time with 5 species in the cooler. Finished 11 for 14 for the two of us. Had a double at the end and threw a coho back. We kept 1 brown, 1 laker, 1 steelhead, 5 kings, and 2 coho. 300' copper blue cow/ Casper flasher Wire high diver back 250' 10" sd show time / cold steel Wire high diver back 280' 8" sd live is good/ clear green Ms bloody nose on swr down 80 Green glo plug down 50 150' copper Ss evil alewive
  6. Check out Bay Outfitters, my buddy Rob. He runs a very nice 621 Ranger and is always on the fish. Not quite the tuna spread big boats run on the bay just a little more of learning/personal trip with the best equipment on board. Also if you want to see side-imaging and new electronics in use. He runs fall trips and also smallmouth trips in the fall if you wanted to do that as well.
  7. Or how about the boats running their lights off arches inside the pier heads. Very hard to drive behind these boats, they blind everyone. I know it's nice to get rods ready in the no wake zones but, it's like all the people leaving their truck headlights on at the ramp while backed down....obviously I could go on and on about all the safety and irritating things people do at the ramps and on the water!
  8. Started early before daylight, started in 70fow out in front of grindstone. Fish were active in the warm water for the first 2 hrs. Ended up with a nice mixed bag. 2 kings, 3 pinks, 2 steelhead , 1 laker, and 2 walleye. Fished till around 9 am then switched to walleye and only picked up 1 more and a couple bass. 2c down 30ft RV ms wonderbread 3c dw ss Jerry lee 200cu. Stinger blue veggie Half moon tiger tangerine on wire slide diver back 50.
  9. I kinda think if I'm trolling long coppers to get deep I don't want them riding up with fast speeds. If I'm pulling flashers I usually like 2.1-2.3 SOG depending on current, obviously this changes with conditions. Offshore this year at times has been 2.8-3.2 with current.
  10. Experiment with the amount of line you let out after copper when hooking the board on. I usually let out 30' after copper then hook board on, current has a big factor too. Look at your dipsy rods, get your divers running good and then look at your spread. It won't be perfect all the time but it will help dial in your "best trolling direction". Also 1mainiac mods should help your 44's track better and dig to the outside! People have no idea how close their divers are to their coppers sometimes....your picture looks ok just the board could bury with a big king, keep the drags loose and reel like crazy when the come towards the boat!
  11. I have 2 like new SS props for sale. Michigan Wheel 4 blade RH 20 pitch 14.125 Diameter 250$ Mercury Trophy Plus 4 blade RH 13 3/4 diameter 21 pitch 400$ Both are perfect condition, both props came off mercury 225 pro xs. Also have hub conversion for the Trophy prop. I can possibly deliver or meet on wknds since I'm usually out somewhere fishing. Text for pictures or questions 989-239-9773
  12. Min Kota 101/EM 36 volt 101lb thrust Barely used, came on a boat I recently bought and did reinstall after a lower unit change. Text for pictures 989-239-9773 600$ obo
  13. No we pulled lines at 4pm, that was actually a friend of mines boat. They started shortly after I did in the morning, they also had a mixed bag but also took all day.
  14. That is a cool looking SD, ran one yesterday all day on a low dipsy w/meat from 60-120 back, notta! It has been weird how fish change what they are hitting through out the day, for a couple hours it might be boards then they change to riggers, etc!
  15. Fished yesterday as well, started at 8am and picked up at 4pm. Stayed in 200fow to the south, very slow as we could only find 1 small area that had fish that were active. Mostly steelhead and some nice ones at that. Ended up 9 for 14. 300 copper DW Sea Sick Waddler 300 copper Casper/blue cow mt rig 200 copper Fuzzy Bear Blue Dolphin 150 copper SS Hot Lobster 150 copper MS Mace Face 2c Yeck Fireball 3c DW SS Lemon Ice Not a hit on riggers or dipsy rods...No bait in any of the fish, 47-49 was down 30-50ft.
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