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eyes' the limit

Postby foldinducks » Tue Jul 24, 2012 6:38 pm

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5 hours of fishing 12 eyes'.
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the 2 biggest fish were seperated by a few ounces,10lbs 2oz, and 10lbs 14oz.copper and pink willow leaf was the biggest fish, and copper/chartruese/pink was the most fish.we ran inline planer boards, and dipsies to punch 2 full tickets.i was setting an inline planer board when the biggest hit it on the bottom.since the pa boat and fish commission legalized 3 rods per angler, it makes it easier to set up a program that works.thanks alot guys!!!
it didnt smell like that when i ate it
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Re: eyes' the limit

Postby Blackcloud870 » Wed Jul 25, 2012 6:17 am

Nice job man!!! Those are some pigs!! :clapping:
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Re: eyes' the limit

Postby Bill Herian » Thu Jul 26, 2012 3:02 pm

Nice work :thumbsup:

Are you trolling stickbaits behind those planars?
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Re: eyes' the limit

Postby foldinducks » Fri Jul 27, 2012 4:28 pm

we have been running crawler harnesses and plugs off the inlines.we run 200' back to a 4oz sinker, then a 4' leader to the plug.it puts us somewhere in the 50 ft range.were in 70+ fow,and the fish are suspended.i run a 3 way swivel off the dipsey divers too.the main line comes to the 3 way,one line goes to the dipsy,and one i run a spoon off the other.that way i can run a combination of baits to find whats for dinner more easily.seems a chartruese and pink reef runner was pretty hot too.a chrome and blue bagley did ok, until a fish destroyed the middle hook.firetiger and perch seemed to catch alot of freshwater drum,and silver bass, so they were "deleted" from the program.all in all tho, willow leafed crawler harneses did the heavy lifting for us.
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