Monthly Archives: June 2018

Buggy Blades for the Mayfly Hatch

Its that time of the year and the feeding frenzy has started out on Lake Erie.  The bug bite is in full gear and the mayflies are covering every building in eastern Monroe area.  The old timers would say that … Continue reading

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Line Poundage + Lure Weight = CONFUSION

So last night I get the 911 call about a broken rod and what does all the scribbling on the rods mean.  It is actually a pretty good question and not the first time someone has asked about it.  In … Continue reading

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Braid vs Monofilament

  Somebody asked this the other day, so here is a quick take on when to use braid, and when to use monofilament lines.   Trolling and casting are the main times to use mono types of line.  The reasoning … Continue reading

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Insane Walleye Week on Lake Erie: Pt2

Why am I doing a two-part post today?  Had to take a break after the first article to get the pups out for a walk, call it being on “Beagle Time”.  A little coffee and breakfast didn’t hurt either after … Continue reading

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Insane Walleye Week on Lake Erie: Pt 1

Right now the fishing on Lake Erie is some of the best fishing to be found anywhere where walleye are found swimming.  After working with fellow Church Tackle and Northland Tackle staff member Captain Ken Clark from Fishmas Charters for … Continue reading

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