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.
Posts Tagged ‘monofilament’
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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.
Tags: Animated knots, Bay of Quinte, Bay of Quinte Charters, boating knots, bow line knot, braid, critical, fishing knots, Fluorocarbon, Guide, hooked for life, improved clinch, Jeff Chisholm, leader, monofilament, mooring hitch, Palomar knot, Podcast, pound test, pressure, Quinte ice fishing team, radioshow, reef knot, Scott Walcott, uni to uni
Jeff and Scott discuss a crucial element to successful fishing and boating – knot tying. They talk about their favourite knots for tying different fishing line types and also boating knots. A great resource for learning knots is Animated Knots.
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This show discusses the various choices available to hardwater anglers for ice fishing line and ice fishing rods. We review the positives and negatives of each option and what choices we use in various conditions.