One of these fish is not like the others

Gary “K-Dawg” Kessler of  Reynoldsburg, OH was fishing approximately 5-6 miles southeast of Kelleys Island in 42 feet of water when he got a bite on his perch rig and brought up something that he’s never seen before, a blue perch. “I almost threw it back”, he said. “I didn’t know what I had, or if something was wrong with it. It looked just like the other perch, but it was really blue. My friends told me to keep it”.


Fall is in the Air

Dr. Jackson with a nice walleye.

Even though the first day of fall doesn’t officially start until Sept. 22, the weather we are experiencing this week makes it feel like it has already arrived. The reports of walleye in certain areas of the lake right now would confirm that it is indeed an early fall. I just hope that winter delays itself long enough for an extraordinary extended fall bite.


What Line Should I Use?

Evan with a 29 inch walleye.

Most, if not all, people who troll for walleye use a book that we refer to as “The Troller’s Bible”. No, it’s not a religious document, but it can give you that feeling of angels singing when the information held within its pages is utilized and you’re rewarded with a nice plump walleye tugging on the end of your line. 

The book I’m referring to is called “The Precision Trolling Book” by authors Mark Romanack, Dr. Steven Holt and Tom Irwin.

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