Monthly Archives: March 2012

Stinger Hook Storage When Fishing Jigs

I came up with this idea before the spring bite took off, and after using it on the water, its awesome.   I took a foam pad, and cut it in half ( I know, the best cutting job I … Continue reading

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Jigging Hair on Lake Erie over the Weekend

Saturday was a nice start, Sunday was even better! Started Sunday out with running through the fog out to the Toledo Light to do an East to West drift back towards Turtle Island.  A quarter mile into it using blade baits and … Continue reading

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Perch Fishing: make your own rigs, make a kit at home, adapting and putting fish in the cooler

Recently I mailed off some perch rigs to Warren, Michigan, and it got me thinking about creating a post with a collection of previous topics.  Call it a volume of perch information, all in one post. How to make a … Continue reading

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Captain Jay’s Blade Baits: How to fish, and where to find them

I had an opportunity again this spring to talk to Captain Jay Nieman at the MI-OH Sportfishing Show, and with the spring blade bite in full swing, no time like the present to review some key information to make your … Continue reading

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Michigan DNR Fishing Report: 3/22/2012

Southeast Lower Peninsula Fishing Report Warm weather has fish running early. Perch and walleye are spawning now, which is about ten days earlier than normal. Anglers who normally wait until April to fish perch in the rivers will want to … Continue reading

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Time for Crawler Harnesses: another crazy spring

If the bite hasn’t started already, it will be soon.  If the guys up on Saginaw Bay are already pulling meat with success, Erie cannot be far behind.  With surface temps almost reaching 55 degrees inside Brest Bay over the … Continue reading

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Reef Runner Colors: where to get the newest versions for 2012

I know I just wrote up a piece for custom colors, but if you want something off the peg that will get the job done, there is only one website I have found that consistently has the newest patterns first, and … Continue reading

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Jig Clamps from TJ’sTackle

Last month I went into full gear getting ready to jig the Detroit River in case I would get blown off the lake in April during the MWT tourney.  One thing to do was build up the jig collection, and to paint … Continue reading

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Get in on Church Tackle’s Gift Promotion

http://www.churchtackle.com/Products.html Get a free gift when you purchase $20.00 or more off the website for a limited time.  Planer boards, flag kits, snap weights and more gear available online.

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Newest Trend in Walleye Crankbaits is Custom Painting

Fishing is anything, if not a true sport that follows the latest trends in techniques, baits and technological advances.  Remember the red hook and line phase?  Look in the shops and check out all the newest electronics with their side … Continue reading

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