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And, so it Begins...Fishing in February...:)

And, so it Begins...Fishing in February...:) Blog by Captain Juls of  www.julswalleyefishingadventures.com Feb 23rd, 2017 Thanks to the generosity of my friend, Scott Bogen, for lending me his Ranger 621 until my new 621 shows up at the end of March, I was able to get out fishing a few times since last weekend. Scott and I fished this past Sunday and Monday. On Sunday, we went out of Catawba to see if the girls were moving into the area yet. While we marked some good fish, we were unable to get any to bite for us in the first 6 hours of hunting. We were all over the west side that morning, and didn't find any willing to bite until we moved into shallower water...around 20-21 feet. We pulled Smithwick Perfect 10's, Bandits, and Deep Husky Jerks. We only caught 3 fish that afternoon on Bandits, up high in the water column....25 back on gold chrome colors. The stock colors of Black/Gold and Copper Clown produced for us. We probably would have caught a limit had we not found them ...

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Fishing wih Ben and Mike

      Posted by http://community.walleye.com member Juls It's been a while since I blogged, so I thought since I had some free time after today's trip, that I would share today's trip with you. I didn't have to meet my crew at Catawba State Park until 6:45, so I made some brownies at 4am....by the way, the house wafting of chocolate is a pleasant way to wake up! I loaded the boat with the perch cooler and other things, and left the house at 5:20. I made a few phone calls looking for shiners, but all I was told that anyone had was Goldies, so I pulled into Hi Way bait for minnows and ice. I grabbed a breakfast sandwich from Big Bopper's and headed down to the ramp a little early....a 1/2 hour to be exact. So, after readying the boat for launching, I sat in the quiet Monday morning park and enjoyed that sandwich. My crew of Ben Welch, and his friend Mike, showed up right on time at 6:45, so we were on the water, and headed out by 7am. Our plan was to start ...

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1st Annual American Fallen Heroes Walleye Tournament to be held May 21st, 2016

1st Annual American Fallen Heroes
Walleye Tournament
May 21st, 2016
West Harbor Public Boat Ramp
$250/Team
Contact Cory at [email protected]

https://www.facebook.com/AmericanFallenHeroFishingTounament/?fref=ts

Fishing with Greg, Shane, and Adam 3/30/16

      From Captain Juls: Fishing with Greg, Shane, and Adam 3/30/16 I hadn't been out since last Tuesday, before the blow, and I was a little apprehensive about what kind of bite it would be after the winds we just had. Wednesday the winds were out of the SW with gusts blowing 35-50mph, and Thursday, the same, but at 25-35mph. I wasn't worried about that wind direction muddying things up, since it was an offshore wind. It was the Friday/Friday night winds out of the NE that I was worried about. I figured it would bring in the colder water from the east, and muddy up the inside, by the cans where we had been doing well earlier in the week. Our original plan this morning was to check the weather at 9am and head out at 11am. Well, I got a little any, and decided to take a drive around the point, to see what the waves were doing. Windsurf had shown it laying down a little more than the forecast I looked at the night before. The ride around the Cliffs showed that th ...

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Wicked Walleye Lake Erie Caps now available

New this year in the www.walleyetacklestore.com shop is a neat looking camo colored "Wicked Walleye Lake Erie" fishing cap.  This cap has become very popular with Lake Erie Walleye Fisherman so check one out today!

 

Fishing With Steve

From Captain Juls: Yesterday, March 12th, I took the new Ranger/300 G2 for it's inaugural test run, before taking any customers out. My friend, Steve, and I hit the launch at Mazurik's at 7:30am and headed out. There was sunshine at the docks, but as we headed west towards Mouse Island, the fog got thicker and thicker, until we were moving at just above an idle speed. I put the navigation lights in, to help others see my rig, so they wouldn't run into me. I was amazed how many other boats didn't do the same. We set lines just west of the ferry crossing, so we didn't have to worry about getting hit by the ferry as she moved back and forth from Catawba to South Bass Island, since we couldn't see further than 25 yards at the most. Our program started out with Perfect 10's run 20/20 and 30/30 with a 1oz snap weight, and Deep Husky Jerks 50-65 back behind Off Shore planer boards, at a speed of 1.0-1.2mph.   We picked up three fish there. Then, as the fog began to diss ...

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11 Pound 30 inch Walleye Caught in front of Edison Plant

 

 

Went out saturday, launched out of Bolles Harbor we only caught four but i caught the biggest walleye that I've ever caught! 30 1/2 inches weighed 11.33 lbs!!!!!!!! We were in 17 feet of water I was using ddhj 12's one was 25 back the other 45 back speed was 1.2 to 1.4 caught 4 total then the cell on the battery went dead and it was too early to leave think we could've done well!!! trying to attach the pics.

NEW IN THE TACKLE STORE: Michigan Stinger Scorpion Spoon Harness Combination

      The Michigan Singer  Scorpion spoon harness is rigged to add both the properties of fishing with a spoon, and a crawler harness.  The harness is snelled and crimped using a 13 pound test coated wire with VMC hooks.  Originally, this method was created on Saginaw Bay to troll for walleye.  As water temperatures warm up, this presentation allows you to troll faster.  The combination of spoon and harness has proved to be an extremely effective tactic.  The reason is because you can now troll a crawler at over 2 miles per hour and still get the attention of a fish that wants to eat a crawler. Michigan Stinger Scorpion Spoons come in several plating styles, silver hammered, smooth silver, hammered copper, smooth copper, and UV finishes. The finishes are designated as follows: SH - Silver Hammered S - Smooth Silver CH - Copper Hammered C - Smooth Copper UV - Ultra Violet  Not every spoon comes in every plating ...

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March 8th, 2016 Ohio ODNR Lake Erie Fishing Report

 

 

Last Updated: March 8, 2016

 

  • The daily bag limit for walleye in Ohio waters of Lake Erie is 4 fish per angler through April 30. The minimum size limit for walleye is 15 inches.
  • The daily bag limit for yellow perch is 30 fish per angler in all Ohio waters of Lake Erie.
  • The trout and salmon daily bag limit is 2 fish per angler. The minimum size limit is 12 inches.
  • The black bass (largemouth and smallmouth bass) daily bag limit is 5 fish per angler with a 14 inch minimum size limit.
  • 2016 Ohio fishing licenses are required as of March 1, 2016
     
  • Walleye 


    Where: Over the weekend walleye were caught by trolling west of Catawba near the Camp Perry firing range and west of South Bass Island.


    How: Anglers trolling were using deep diving crankbaits or shallow diving crankbaits with snap weights to catch walleye in the top half of the water column.

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From Prkr314

Left out of Mazurik's yesterday (November 16th), did a lap around Kelly's with no results. Moved to the south passage and found a ton of fish, but only managed to hook up 9 times/landed 5. Running 60 back at 1.4 seemed to be the best setup. Nice 3lb fish stomachs gorged with shad.

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