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I will be staying on a house boat in yellow girl point area

from 07/20 to 07/27 fishing and would like any info on the

fishing. I have about 3 truck loads of fishing gear i want to bring but can't fit it in 1 truck. I am a salmon fishing Capt

in Michigan and have alot of ideas on trolling for walleyes.

Leadcore,copper, divers, I plan to bring jigging rods and casting rods also i will be bringing 2 half core rods 2 full core rods 2 diver rods and 2 copper rods. and i am trying

to break down what lures i should bring. stick baits,deep

divers. I just have to much tackle I want to bring. any

info that anyones has would realy help.

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jig, minnow, and a medium action rod is about all you need to catch hundreds of walleyes in that area.

If you were to troll cranks in the afternoon/evening, you don't need much there. Med action rod, and deep diving Rapalas. I really don't think you need more than a few rods/person for this type of fishing.

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Right on, Hemlock. Leave all that [PoorWordUsage] at home and bring one spining rod, a few jigs and some spinners.

Then you can relax. All that other stuff is to much like work!!!

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What Hemlock+Wild Thing Said

I go up there 1-3 times a year. My list of thing to take.

1- crappie rod

2-spinning rods med + med/heavy, eyes,northens

2-baitcasters med/heavy + heavy, musky, pike

The only reason I take so many is you never know when one will brake.

I almost always leave one or two at camp for the above resin.

1- large box with cranks, spinners, miscellaneous stufffffff. You know

2- small boxes. 1 for spinner baits (I make them so I bring lots) Love to catch pike.

and 1 small box for lead (jigs, bait walkers with spinners and lots of rubber.

twisters tails, grubs, gulp type stuff.

Thats it.

I have bin given some ---- for taking to much stuffff. But if you don't have it,

there is no place to buy it in the middle of the lake. (Sorry Hemlock)

As for the lead core line and trolling stuff, I don't think it will be necessary on that part of the lake. No offense implied or expressed!

Please, let us know how you did when you get back.

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