14 thoughts on “fishing shirt”

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    1. admin says:

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  2. Fabio says:

    if you are in a boat and it has down-riggers I would start at dawn with one side depths set at 20 and 30 feet and the other side at 15 and 25 and I would focus more on the south part of the lake if you are wanintg pike and muskie they will be in the north part along with bass as there the water will warm up the soonest and what is going to mix the whole thing up is how deep that lake actually is. I would think facing the sun with the longest strait trolling distances will produce your bigger fish but I would also think about changing things up like when turning around and going back the other way speeding up the troll during the direction changes and slowing down on the straight lines. If you are using lead core start with four colors and as the sun gets higher in the sky you will need to go deeper.

  3. Liselaine says:

    Lake trout generally move shollaw in the winter (40-60 feet).If you are going to be ice fishing I would concentrate on that depth. Contact me for more info on the site below. I would be more than willing to share some secrets:

  4. Miki says:

    one thing you could do is first find a spot with alot of lily pads or broken down logs in the river. once you do that you shloud find a good stash of em. my personal favorite bait I use for crappie is A: Salted or regular minnows or B: worms. hook the worm right to where its covering your whole hook leave a little of its body hanging off the hook. for minnows, just put the hook through the bony part of its head. hope that helps fish on.

  5. Monica says:

    Went to northern Pa retned a cabin, fished and relaxed all weekend. My little girl hauled in bluegills, catfish, several nice smallmouth (about 14 inches), rockbass, and other assorted fish. Everything we hooked we gave her to reel in, plus she caught a bunch on her own. I almost stepped on a huge Copperhead lying in the water, damn thing got away. I hate snakes.

  6. Bakri says:

    I really appreciate the info you share here. I get one or two opportunities a year to go out for salmon, and knowing the current situation is a great help. Many thanks to you and other folks who post on this site.thanks,John

  7. Ira says:

    I did a little fnhisig Sunday morning, caught a few bream, nothin to brag about.We went to Tennessee and got some fireworks(they are illegal in georgia, and set them off.I got very drunk on Friday night, but didn’t drink the rest of the weekend.

  8. Adam James says:

    Love the videos guys, keep em coming!!! Would love to see more of your towing rig ford ranger too. Maybe a video review would be sweet! Loving your work. Happy hooking. Adam.

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  12. I totally agree! Fishing is an exhilarating experience, made even better when you watch someone catch their first fish! It’s a sport where you’ll never get bored; it’s great to see that you’re so passionate and excited by it even after being such a seasoned fisherman!

  13. John Lee says:

    Thanks for the article, I completely agree with you. Fishing is a variable reward system that leverages your patience. Some days you are very high with a good catch and other days you just learn a lot about patience…

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