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  • Name:
    H L Jackson
  • Location:
    Pierre, SD
  • Interests:
    Fishing, Hunting, Golf & playing in my Workshop
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  1. I keep my spare 1000, 2000 & 2500 size spinning reel spools in these little Rubbermaid containers in my Tacklebox. Perfect fir. You can get them here at Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0078K3ZNY/?coliid=I3GKX9RKUTFNUQ&colid=30WPMA7RGQMD8&psc=1&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  2. I went ahead and picked up two of them, and mounted Okuma Cold Water CW203D Line Counter Reels on them. I should get good use out of them trolling.
  3. App is available here: https://webapp.navionics.com
  4. I think how braid is spooled onto the reel can have a big effect on wind knots. If your reel spools line in a counter clockwise direction from the rear of the reel, the line spool feeding it should have the line coming off of the spool in the same direction - counterclockwise. This prevents the line from twisting. After filling the reel spool, I take it off of the reel and soak it in warm water for 5 - 10 minutes.This resets the line memory. It works for me.
  5. I've been looking at Six Gill Rods out of Texas, and I'm thinking about giving them a try. They have a BOGO (buy 1 get 1 free) going on right now, and I think I might order the "Creature" Model - 6'9" ML/Fast w/Cork split grip. It's a Japanese 24T Toray carbon blank, with nice components, and at two for $115 I think it's worth a try. Does anyone here have experiences with their rods?
  6. I remember the first time I ate Walleye. It was at a Friday night Fish Fry in Wisconsin....it was a major epiphany for me.
  7. I like a lot of different lures, but fishing stained waters, I usually start out with a chrome blue Rippin' Rap #7. H L
  8. Guinness battered and fried with a dash or two of malt vinegar is another favorite.
  9. Tie with a GT knot and you won't be needing super glue.
  10. I use the 1/8oz stand up fireball more often than other jigs. 2" grub or sizmic shad, or half a nightcrawler, usually. H L
  11. I run 10lb 832 with a 4 ft fluoro leader & tie them together with a GT knot (strongest knot known to man} H L
  12. Parmesan Panko Crusted Walleye Marinate fillets 2 hours in lemon juice, olive oil, salt and freshly cracked pepper. Mix Panko crumbs, Parmesan, chopped Parsley, garlic powder, salt & pepper Toss mixture then coat fillets with it Put cooling rack on a foil covered cookie sheet Place fillets on rack and refrigerate for 20-30 minutes so coating stays on while baking Spray tops with cooking oil Bake in 450 degree oven 15 minutes or until fillets are flaky and tender and crispy on the outside
  13. Parmesan Panko Crusted Walleye Marinate fillets 2 hours in lemon juice, olive oil, salt and freshly cracked pepper. Mix Panko crumbs, Parmesan, chopped Parsley, garlic powder, salt & pepper Toss mixture then coat fillets with it Put cooling rack on a foil covered cookie sheet Place fillets on rack and refrigerate for 20-30 minutes so coating stays on while baking Bake in 450 degree oven until fillets are flaky and tender and crispy on the outside
  14. Oh yeah, I've got my sights set on an Eyecon down the road. I've also been looking hard at a Daiwa Exceler LT 6.2:1 Spinning Reel - EXLT2500D-XH. A lot of high end features at a great price. H L
  15. I just bought 2 Okuma Deadeye Pro 1pc. Walleye rods, 6'6" medium/fast tip that are arriving today. I can't wait to get them out on the water. I like cork too. H L
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