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Sunday, four of us perched in 28 fow in front of the Gold Coast. We got our limit of perch from 10:00 am to about 3:00 pm. After we went for walleyes. Set up troll in about 45 fow in front of the Gold Cost and headed east. Set the first Renosky Mirror Image Chartreuse deep diver 125' off the big boards on th port side. Set another on the starboard side 75' back. The 125' back already had one on. Eventually we ended up setting all the deep divers at 125' back. We trolled east about 2 miles past the crib in 45 to 48 fow. We picked fish steady and had about eight by the time we decided to turn back. About a mile east of the crib we decided to turn north and aim for deeper waters. When we passed 49 fow all hell broke lose, rods started popping left and right. Even the deapseas went crazy, by this time we had them set at 40' back on # 3 and 30' back on # 2. At one point we had three rods go off on port side and two on starboard side, at the same time, went to mark a way point but it was already there from about the same time in 2005. When we got into 50 fow, we picked up some BIG WALLEYES. Boated an 11 pounder and quite a few eights. I knocked my first walleye, ever, off with the net, the biggest one of the day! All the deep divers produced fish with Mirror Image perch tops on numbers, but the Fire Glo deep diver Rainbow Trout hooking the biggest fish of the day, one we boated, and one OOPS! Behind deapseas we had Mirror Image Spoons and shallow Joe Pirates Wonderbread and Chartreuse. GPS speed was 1.8 to 2.2 mph. By 8:30 pm we boated our 24th walleye and pulled lines. As we pulled lines, we took another 5-6 walleyes that we put back in, one was a 9 pounder, but since we had the fish on ice it was no way to upgrade, so we kissed it goodbye and let it go. All In all, a day to remember!


Saturday night, fished out of Edgewater, same program and area as Friday worked again with the Renoskys deep and shallow divers. The dipseas also picked fish, # 3 setting 50', and # 2 setting 25' with Mirror Image spoons.



Friday night fished out of Edgewater. Set up in 40 fow in front of the stadium, start catching them right off the bet. Renosky deep diver mirror Image Chartreuse took 4 and lost one before we even finished setting up all the rods, 50' back from in-line boards. The the Mirror Image deep divers Walleye, Black Shad and Perch kicked in, same set up 50' back. After dark did real well east and west of, and by the mouth of the Cuyahoga, 30' back using Renosky Joe Pirates shallow diver, Wonderbread, Firetiger, and Chartreuse. Also shallow divers Mirror Image in Chartreuse and Black Shad.

Thursday night, started fishing around 5:30pm out of Edgewater, Cleveland. Got into a good pocket of fish just east of the Crib in 48 fow. Renosky deep divers Fire Glo Rainbow Trout, and Pink/Purple. Joe Pirate deep diver Wonderbread, Rainbow Trout, and Black & Silver. Mirror Image Black Shad, Walleye, and Perch. All deep divers worked at 75' off the big boards. Big Dipseas with Mirror Image Spoons and Chatter Sticks. 7-' at 3 setting and 50' ad 2 setting. 2.00 mph GPS speed.Night bite just east of the river in 32 fow. Renosky shallow divers 10' to 30' off the in-line boards. Joe Pirates Wonderbread, and Chartreuse. Mirror Image Chartreuse and Black Shad. Time to work 35 to 40 fow in front of the Eastlake Power Plant for BIG FISH, always got big fish there this time of year up to mid June. Deep diver 75' to 125' off the big boards. Call Ron at Northcoast Bev. & Tackle. Also, walleyes are being caught all along the southern shore, so have fun!









Tight Lines!

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