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If you dont ski tonight, I will be taking Travis out for a few hours, your welcome to join us. No set time yet, 4 or 5 at the dock, fish til 8:00 or so. I can show you you what electronics (GPS/Sonar) can add to your fishing.
If not we can hook up soon I'm sure.
Try a Sutton 62 or even better thios time of year a #5. But I'd stick more with streamers until you get a GPS and can regulate your speed better, right now you don't have a clue on your true speed and Suttons like it slow.
I've caught a number of bass and pickerel on Squam as deep as 40 feet in past few weeks. Seems they are following the bait deeper as well as the Bows and salmon. Keep moving around, the bass seem to be in pockets, at least from what I've seen.
In case your interested, I have a Walker Tournament series rigger that I am thinking of selling for 300. that has very few hours on it. I bought a pair of them new in the middle of last summer for 459.00 each, and really like them. I just picked up one of the Cannon Digitrols and only have room for two on the boat, so will part with one for now. Might let the other go a little later if I get another Digitrol. I keep my boat on Squam, so if you are interested, shoot me an email, and you could come take a look at it. I'm fishing most of the next 12 days after tomorrow.
I was out there last night, but didn't see you. I only got a LDR, and brought it half ways.
Fished also Wed. AM. Finally got a nice Bow, but had to keep it. It completely swallowed my lure. (Top gun black tape on one side) This has been my most productive lure this year. The only lure that has worked.
Thanks guys, I found it promising to at least be catching fish as I assume at least that my presentation and speed were about right. The same thing has happened to me on Winni. That is, I'll catch a few bass before a salmon, same technique but different spot. I'll keep at it and give you a call John. Also, thanks for the DR offer but I'm going to pass at this time and do my research. Finally, what is an LDR? From reading the board, I assume it is the 'one that got away' but appreciate the acronym defined for the newbies.