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    Hi Jonny, Here is the web site for our club in Port Washington. It has a live Web cam of the port. Go to ( glsf-oz.org ) and than click on lake conditions and than to lake cam and than the Port Marine picture. I know you don't remember me but I sold you a tackle box full of stinger lures about 2 years ago. Talk to you later.

    Rick
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    Forgot to mention don't run more than one flasher until the fish start going deeper it shut the fish off for us last trip when I ran one down 50' on a rigger and one on a dipsy. Last trip out had 4 Hooked on the dipsy flasher rig an a couple whacks with nobody home. I think those fish come way up for that flasher and are going to hit something.
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    Your welcome love michigan as far as fishing around here try a mag dipsy set on 3 with a opti Mountain Dew flasher green frog fly set out 30' feet of line out then run a spoon next to it down about 15' some type of pearl spoon in clean water I like a pearl yeck spoon with black back or if waters dirtier a gold and orange spoon prefer a michigan stinger double orange crush. On the other dipsy I started running a slide diver and spoon about 100' leader out 42' one of those 2 color options have been best for me. I've also started getting fish 40' down on a rigger with a moonshine wonder bread rv tape spoon. The rigger by the flasher has been the best rod , but the flasher itself has been the best on some days. I've had no luck on a normal dipsy and spoon unless it's been muddy. The slide diver is great with spoons close to the boat. Good luck
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    Jackson harbor. North east end of Washington island. Fishing about 2-3 miles out of the marina but you can fish 2 main areas. Rock island on the ne side of Washington island and boyers bluff on the nw side of Washington island. Both areas you can fish 100'+ of water within a couple hundred yards from shore. I was there last weekend and there were lots of 16' boats. As long as the wind has a southerly component to it you can find a calm place to fish.
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    John ,
    if you get this message on saturday, give me a call at 989 714 6465. i was just up there on friday and did well on cohos. also this is between you and me and not for posting on glangler
    captain tom wiedell aks hawghunter
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    Hi,
    Seen your post. I have a Special Mate Box with 57 lures. 2 Diamond King, 21 Stinger, 15 Sliver Streak, 1 Moonshine, 3 Pro King, 7 No Name, 5 Fishlander, and 3 Stingray lures. If you send your e-mail I will try to send photos. Not good with a computer. The price would be $120 to your door. There are 4 lure that have seen better days, but still catch fish. I have then together in one picture. Most are new. Sold my 28ft and will be getting a 17ft in spring. Got rid of alot of backup gear. Thanks for your time.
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    Jonny,
    I work at Mayo. If your interested in making a trip, I'm always looking for someone to go with.
    Brian
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About jonny b
Real Name:
John Butrum
Location:
Rochester MN
Biography:
I am a land locked fisherman I live in the only count in MN that has no lake
And all I want to do is fish LOL
I fish for...:
Chinook Salmon, Coho Salmon, Steelhead/Rainbow, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Walleye, Small Mouth Bass, Does it swim?
Boat Name:
Dream Big
Boat Description:
Almacraft classic 165 SC its small but trusty
Interests:
fishing colleting old tackle
Occupation:
sales

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