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  1. Congrats on the 3rd place finish. I wonder if it tasted like chicken!
  2. Got out with my dad and one of my good fishing buddies for an evening. Fished from 5-9pm, 120-145 fow. Went 6/10, 1 on a diver set on 3 out 200 with a showtime spinny and a hammer fly. All the rest on spoons, riggers set at 60-85ft. Biggest fish 21lbs 10 oz Top spoons for the night
  3. Headed out for the first time this year, with my wife Deanna and some new fishing buddies Ryan and Dan (Team "We Pound 'Em"). It was great weather and we managed 5 kings and one brown. Caught one king on a 10 colour with a blue green dolphin nailer and all the others came in on a SWR with a DW SS blue mongoose in 90 FOW.Biggest fish was 17.5lbs. Here are some pic's of the day.
  4. They are made of coated canvas and clear vinyl. The pockets are not air tight so if you left it in the sun they would dry out. Thanks Al
  5. We just got these in, Walker deeper diver pouchs
  6. I think that was a lamprey mark. Heres a fish from last year with a lamprey mark on it.
  7. Great video Gord. Nice to some fish this year. Al
  8. Welcome Tony, There is a lot of info on here, and a great bunch of guy's. We live in Cambridge, but my wife is from Port Colborne, so I have spent a fair bit of time there!! Al
  9. I run the Church walleye boards now instead of the big boards. I run 10 colour core with no problem. But I started to run the size 45 and 65 Walker deeper divers off them, because my father doesn't like to wind in all the core. Al
  10. Smoooooth....... Even my wife thinks that is a good one!!!!! Maybe I should try it ;);)
  11. Those are some big fish!!!!!!! Al
  12. I usually troll from 2.4 to 3.5mph. Mostly use 3 3/4" and 4" but will sometimes run mags. I run a mixture of Northport nailers, Dreamweaver , Silver streaks and just started using Warriors this year. I find they all run fine at this speed and they all catch fish. Here are some of my favorites Al
  13. Great boat, and nice job on the re-power. Nice Atlantic, don't see many of those around here!!!!! Al
  14. Welcome Kjell, We fish Lake Erie and Ontario. We have seen pictures of Norway and Sweden, beautiful scenery and big fish. Al
  15. Thats a nasty fish. :rotflmao::rotflmao: Al
  16. Those are great pictures Al
  17. Thanks, I'd never heard them called that before Al
  18. Willie bee What do you mean by "pumphandles" ? I have never heard of that before. Thanks Al
  19. Steve, lots of great info here!!! Al
  20. One of my best producing spoons this year on Erie for walleye's and bow's was a silver streak #352 copper kevorkian. For walleyes we ran it 5' off the bottom in 60-80 FOW.Also worked well on Lake Ontario for bow's but did not find it increased my catch of salmon. Al
  21. I have great success with Silver Fox over the years on both bows and eyes. Al
  22. I like to use silver, because that's what has worked in the past for me. That being said for this year I have some new gold DW SS's that I am going to try. Al
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