Skylands27

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  1. Here's the other one
  2. Always always always start myself with a watermelon or green pumpkin color. From there if the water is dirty, maybe black and blue, or clearer chartreuse, sexy shad, white, etc.
  3. A little late cuz I just found this feed, but caught these 2 trout about 2 weeks ago. Small Johnson spoon and a meal worm was what they wanted. Very shallow too, one was in about 10 feet, the other less then 5
  4. Love the susky! Haven't been out in weeks since I don't live by it anymore, but some great fishing! All these pictures are making me long for a good trip before it starts getting really icy!
  5. I love the ned rig especially this time of year when the smallies sit in holes and are tough to catch. I have used both the finesse T.R.D worms that float by zman, and have used various regular stick worms cut down and honestly, I have done extremely well on both of them. I'd definitely prefer the TRD if I have them, but I have had so much success on normal stick worms I don't really go out if my way to buy them anymore.
  6. I see it's been a while since you posted this, but I have used Abu, shimano, lews, Wright and McGill, daiwa, quantum, etc. You name it, I've used it. In my opinion the best baitcast reels for their buck are lews reels. I have a lews tournament, i used the pro model, I have the newer mach 1 and mach 2 reels and love EVERY single one. I'd recommend any of their reels in the $100-170 range for a quality reel at the price.
  7. So sad. Always remember not to wade out to far and to watch the tide. As much as we don't want to admit it, a couple extra casting yards isn't worth your life. RIP