Monthly Archives: August 2011

Jeff’s Bait and Tackle’s new website

Jeffsbait.com and as it was brought to my attention earlier, that is my mug on the homepage holding the 11 pounder caught this spring.

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The Moon and Big Fish

  Looks like for the first time during the past two years or so, the moon will be cooperating at the end of August into the beginning of September for some some fine pike and muskie fishing. August Moon Phases September … Continue reading

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Pike Swimbaits and Spinnerbaits

You have to love seeing the brown UPS truck backing into your driveway on your birthday, even if you had to pay for the package in the first place.  Last Friday I had placed an order with the Tackle Warehouse … Continue reading

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Pike Fishing with Swimbaits

Years back big pike were an anglers dream in Michigan.  Big toothy critters that would haunt an angler’s dreams.  Perhaps replaced by the state’s outstanding walleye and salmon fishing a tad bit.  Although walleye fishing is a passion, my first … Continue reading

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2011: Walleye Spinner Blades in Review

Time for the must anticipated annual article on Lake Erie’s best producing blades for the 2011 walleye season.  Even though the season is far from over, most folks will be giving their full attention to seeking perch soon, so this … Continue reading

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New Custom Crank Colors for the Fall Walleye Bite

Through all the hot weather, and rain during fair week, my thoughts have been racing towards the fall walleye bite. Putting away the nightcrawlers and breaking out the cranks, and hoping the they don’t pull the ramps out at the … Continue reading

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Bonfires and Fishing

Got to spend this past Saturday night at Sterling State Park with some good friends and even better food.  Its hard to beat a walleye dinner and an evening talking fishing around a bonfire.  Talking equipment, strategies and techniques can take … Continue reading

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