I finally made a purchase of a boat big enough for lake erie fishing. It is a 1988 Wellcraft 210 classic cuddy. I am looking for advice on the best budget setup for walleye trolling. I will be trailering from Aurora Oh and will likely be launching from the cleveland area... wildwood seems to be the closest place for me to launch from. I have done alot of drift style fishing with crawler harness and erie dearies in the toledo area but I am unfamiliar with the best fishing tactics for the deeper water around cleveland. I have done alot of reading on this site and hear alot about running dipseys and jet divers (thanks for all of the reports guys). Is this the way to go??? Or should I find some used downriggers and run planer boards. I have a whole bunch of rods and tackle already but they are mostly 6' 6" medium action rods that I mainly used for casting/drift fishing and maumee river fishing. I want to get out on erie soon but I would like to be rigged for best results. I plan on purchasing a Lowrance Elite 5-HDI GPS/fishfinder. Are there any words of wisdom out there that can help me with some sound advice on setting my boat up for trolling on a budget?...Best budget trolling rods/reels with line counters? I looked at the Okuma trolling rod combos at dick's and the eye's looked like they were not going to take a beating. Photos would even be helpful especially on a boat with a similar interior? I was thinking a removable board with the whole fishing setup that I can take off when I want to take wife and some friends out cruising.