Do you troll for walleye? In this Hooked For Life podcast, Scott and Jeff discuss the dynamics of how the various fishing line options available can affect the action of your lures while trolling. They also give a few tips on how to choose the right line for the situation.
Archive for 2012
Tags: abrasion, action, applications, Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, benefit, braid, characteristics, choice, cold, colour, diameter, dyneema, Fall, Fishing, Fishing line, Fluorocarbon, in-line, Jeff Chisholm, line capacity, lure, mono, mono vs braid, monofilament, planer board, Quinte ice fishing team, Scott Walcott, selection, strength, stretch, Trolling, water temperature, West Lake Willows
Tags: Ashley Rae, atlantic salmon fishing, Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, co-host, dry flies, fly fishing, Fly Nation TV, Guide, hooked for life, Jeff Chisholm, Miramichi River, New Brunswick, Podcast, Quinte ice fishing team, radioshow, Restigoche River, Restigouche River Lodge, Scott Walcott, SheLovesToFish, Upper Oxbox, Vantage Point Media House, wet flies, Wilsons Sporting Camps
Ashley Rae joins the show again to talk about her recent trip to New Brunswick. Ashley is a new co-host on Fly Nation TV, and spent 10 days in pursuit of atlantic salmon on different rivers systems in New Brunswick. Her entire experience was captured on film and the trailer for the show can be seen at http://vimeo.com/48097574. She also wrote a blog about her experience on her website http://www.shelovestofish.com/
Tags: accessible water, aggression bite, autumn, Bass, bass fishing, Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, body baits, casting, Fall fishing, feed bag, fish at their biggest, Guide, heavy lures, hooked for life, Jeff Chisholm, less pressure, Piers, Podcast, Pre-Spawn, public access, Quinte ice fishing team, radioshow, River Mouth, Salmon, schooling fish, Scott Walcott, shore fishing, Spoons, Walleye
This weeks topic is fall fishing, a great time to take advantage of less populated waters as fish are in feeding mode. Scott and Jeff discuss accessible salmon and bass fishing opportunities as well as some great baits and colours for fall.
Tags: baitfish, Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, blue, Clear Water, colour, Evening, Fishing, fresh water, Guide, hooked for life, Jeff Chisholm, light frequencies, morning, Podcast, purple, Quinte ice fishing team, radioshow, reflect light, reflective, salmon fishing, salt water, Scott Walcott, Ultraviolet, underwater, UV, UV coded baits, UV paint, UV spray
Today Jeff and Scott talk about ultraviolet (UV) enhancements, a newer technology which allows baits and lures to reflect light differently. UV light can reflect much deeper and UV enhanced baits have been successful in low light situations.
Tags: bass fishing, Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, best in apparel, best in show, best of products, best soft lure, dry, fishing enthusiasts, flashers, Frabill FXE Storm Suit, Guide, hooked for life, iCast, ice fishing, Jeff Chisholm, Koppers Live Target Mouse, Marcum LX9 sonar, new fishing products, opportunistic, Orlando, over-lay, Podcast, product releases, Quinte ice fishing team, radioshow, Scott Walcott, Technology, top water fishing, under water cameras, Vegas, warm
Jeff and Scott talk about iCast Orlando, the newly released items and some award winning products. Scott talks about some of his favourites, the Koppers Live Target Mouse and the Frabill FXE Stormsuit, while Jeff talks about the Marcum LX-9 Sonar/camera combo; and the features of each.
Tags: Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, charters, cold water fish, copper line, deep fishing, depth, Dipsey Divers, down rigger, Guide, hooked for life, invasive species, Jeff Chisholm, Lake Ontario salmon fishing, lead core, monofilament, Podcast, Quinte ice fishing team, radioshow, salmon fishing, Scott Walcott, sink rate, sinking line, spiny water fleas, thermaclime, Trolling, water fleas
Jeff and Scott talk about the use of copper line for salmon fishing in Lake Ontario. Scott discusses the advantages of using copper for faster depth achievement and avoiding water fleas as well as line speed.