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.
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Greg Amiel from Fishing 4 Tails joins us to discuss his team’s win at the Big Jon King of The Lake Salmon tournament. We discuss how to find and catch Spring Kings! Congrats to team Peche Xtreme on their win!
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This show discusses the various methods to achieve depth when trolling. Be it fall trophy walleye on the Bay of Quinte, Lake Trout in back lakes, or Lake Ontario Salmon fishing, presenting your baits at the depths where the active fish are is key. We briefly touch on a few of these methods, so if you have any questions, feel free to ask.
An article that Jeff posted earlier this year regarding suspending crawler harnesses also discusses many of these methods. You can read that article here.