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Old June 19th, 2006, 05:51 PM   #1
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Default Time to slay some salmon!

Got her shined up, rigged up, and a massive cold front just moved through. I'm going fishin in the morning!



Add the oh so famous Kevorkian (or Dr. Death)



to the list of lures like Monkey Puke, Bad Hair Day, African American in a Clown Suit and Blue Dolphin...most drug behind a small, Perl Hoochie Mamma and the Atlantic's don't stand a chance. Woo Hoo! Summer Salmon is here!
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Old June 19th, 2006, 06:01 PM   #2
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Awesome.....I haven't been salmon fishing in years. However I am going muskie fishing this weekend for my very first time
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Old June 19th, 2006, 06:11 PM   #3
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Good luck. Where ya going? I have caught Muskie in the St. Clair. They say you fish for about 28 hours per keeper size muskie caught but it's a hot damn of fight....AFTER they see the boat. They are kinda funny that way, they come up like a log till you get them to the boat then they peal off about 80 yeards of line and the fight is on. If you fish them on too light of tackle they are one of the fish that will fight till they are dead...or just about.

If you are casting for them, don't foget the figure 8 right at the boat before you take the lure out of the water. Many times they follow and don't hit till right then at the side of the boat...talk about craping your pants.

If yer trolling, make sure you have one bait right in the prop wash, about 6 feet behind the prop...you'll have to rig a rod upside down basicly. I have a locking rod holder on the back of my boat, mounted upside down for this....puts the rod tip right in the water about 2 feet behind the prop.
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I will be out in LSC The spot that people have been nailing them is classified :p
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Old June 19th, 2006, 06:18 PM   #5
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HAHAHHA...I have fished that area for years. There is some good fishin out there if you can stay out of the weeds. The zebra's cleaned it all up and made the fishing fantastic but the weeds really sprouted up too. Makes draggin lures difficult sometimes.
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Real salmon fisherman use treble hooks and weights.
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Good luck. Where ya going? I have caught Muskie in the St. Clair. They say you fish for about 28 hours per keeper size muskie caught but it's a hot damn of fight....AFTER they see the boat. They are kinda funny that way, they come up like a log till you get them to the boat then they peal off about 80 yeards of line and the fight is on. If you fish them on too light of tackle they are one of the fish that will fight till they are dead...or just about.
I was out on St Clair River last weekend, caught a 45" or so sturgeon.
acted just like that too, fun
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I was out on St Clair River last weekend, caught a 45" or so sturgeon.
acted just like that too, fun
Awesome John fifteen inches too short
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Real salmon fisherman use treble hooks and weights.
Holy crap...you gotta see them there Injuns on the pier up here. Snaggin like crazy.
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I was out on St Clair River last weekend, caught a 45" or so sturgeon.
acted just like that too, fun
hope you didn't keep it out of season. :tonka:

I've went sturgeon fishing at least 30 times, and never caught one.
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Old June 19th, 2006, 08:45 PM   #11
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I recommend buying from this company.

Can be found at, Bass Pro, Gander Mountain, Cabellas.

http://catchmorefish.com/
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I recommend buying from this company.

Can be found at, Bass Pro, Gander Mountain, Cabellas.

http://catchmorefish.com/

Yup, last week I bought a Glow Blue Tiger (sorta like a Blue Dolphin but with some yellow on it) and a Purple People Eater. Silver Streaks have been around for a long time. Prolly 60-80% of my spoons are from them.

They had a better pic of Dr. Death (#352):
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Yup, last week I bought a Glow Blue Tiger (sorta like a Blue Dolphin but with some yellow on it) and a Purple People Eater. Silver Streaks have been around for a long time. Prolly 60-80% of my spoons are from them.

They had a better pic of Dr. Death (#352):

My cousins company.
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I recommend buying from this company.

Can be found at, Bass Pro, Gander Mountain, Cabellas.

http://catchmorefish.com/
How do you fish from your computer room?????
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Ummmm...........with a very long pole.........duhhhh.......
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No way...really? Holy shit....lemme take a pic of my one lure box and you'll know why.
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Box holds 240 lures...although it seems some are missing, they have fallen down in the box and I am cleaning and organizing them so some are out on the lid and some are out on the bench. Like I said....60-80% Silver Streak. Colors come and go...some stay.

This is my primary box...I have others with retired lures, magled lures...some still on the dodgers and hoochie mamma's and some still on dipsies. Then I have my lure racks in the boat that I use to store my most used lures...those are secret :tonka:



And yes, we catch fish...



Now those are not Atlantic Salmon...those are Kings but the fishing is the same just about.

Here's a nice King....If I remember right...this one was in the area of 20 pounds.

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What keeps my :stan2: cold sitting here.


I'm sending you a PM.
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I miss real fishing. I fell asleep in the boat on LSC last time I went. Well, more like passed out from beer and boredome. The real fishing I speak of is the fishing I did when I was stationed in Alaska. Now THATS fishing! It's all good though, my wifes family comercial fishes in Bristol Bay for Silvers and her fathers girlfriend is the owner of the Cornelia Maria on "The Deadliest Catch." I'm still waiting on some crab though. I still have all my tackle. Looks like you all are just using spooners and treble hooks.
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Looks like you all are just using spooners and treble hooks.
And hoochie mommas and dodgers and dipsies and downriggers and planer boards and and and....depends on the day. Throw it all at them.
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