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  • proffy1
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    #1603100

    24.6
    BF 10.1

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    #1601785

    Jesse Proffitt
    Ron Turner

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    #1390056

    17.3
    big fish 6.5#

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    #1389418

    jesse proffitt and ron turner

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    #1198892

    12.35#
    big fish 3.7

    proffy1
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    #1146089

    lines on the 2190 look awesome, agree completely different boat.

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    #1144053

    Jesse Proffitt captain
    Ron Turner

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    #1141310

    bag – 21.5
    big fish 6.1

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    #1101965

    8.5 lb
    2.5 lb big fish

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    #1061361

    i was at the tourney and i would say it was a very high release percentage. the flw will post that information if its not already posted. The fish that did not make it go to a local food pantry. Also if you go to the flwoutdoor website a lot of interviews are on there with the pros that share a little more information on technique. and specific types of location, ie: wing dams, current seams, current breaks. i would agree on the co-angler opportunity. That is the main reason i did it. These guys are so good, they are putting pieces of a puzzle together and that is how they find the fish. are the walleyes relating to a certain situation, well – they look for other situations where they can duplicate that situation. and bam now they are onto a pattern. i pre-fished with a pro and found this to be pretty unbelievable how it works. we found fish in a certain depth in the main channel and seen the fish were relating to the woops in the bottom. The pro remembered were a couple other locations he found had the same depth with the woops, we went there and bam game on. it was truly amazing the learning in the last 4 days. probably would’ve taken 20 years to figure out what i learned in the last 4 days.

    proffy1
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    #1061339

    I would disagree with the lack of information given by the pros. i fished in the top 10 as a co-angler and all but 1 of the pros devulged a lot of information. 1 pro in particular i would say gave the others a poor representation. Yes using a rapala was pretty poor information. All the others were pretty detailed. I fished with Brett King the final day and what an unbelieveble guy he is. Great fisherman, i would say he is a true ambassador. he shared the specific technique we used the final day to a T. the area we were fishing many others were in the area, we just happen to get the good ones and i think for many reasons.

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    #1055659

    Go to your local farmer and catch them. While in college my buddy was training his dog and caught a bunch of them on the farm we worked on. Go out at night have one guy climb up the outside of the silo with flashlight and hold it in the opening with a gunny sack, the other guy go in the inside and flush em out. It was the craziest thing i’ve ever seen, must caught 100’s of them.

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    #1041888

    Jesse Proffitt – captain
    Ron Turner

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    #1036587

    21.4

    walleye 6.1
    sauger 3.8

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    #1027789

    thanks guys!

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    #996641

    total wt: 22.6
    big fish: 4.9

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    #994189

    Aaron, how has the bear hunt been? My wife ended up getting one friday night. two came in at the same time both same size, this guy was 300#. very exciting hunt. all happened in a matter of minutes.

    proffy1
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    #983803

    Whitlock campground

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    #981947

    thanks for the info that link looks like a lot of good info

    proffy1
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    #975803

    aaron is absolutly right, the bite the last couple league nights has been awesome to say the least. The thing i’m excited about is a major portion of the fish in our boat have been in the slot and above the slot. the last two years i recall seeing 1 over in our boat. pretty sad for 2 years of league and one over fish. the good news is that last few league nights there have been multiple overs per boat. along with the walleyes, throw in a mix of 13-14 inch crappies hitting the cranks, = very fun fishing.

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    #953623

    i fished last year flw tournament as a co-angler, both days the guys i fished with fished in the detroit river using purple 1/2 – 5/8oz jigs either tipped with fin-tech plastics clear colored minow shapes(4-5″) and also they used a ryndots crawler worm pumpkin/black color- (forgive the spelling on the manufacture of the worm). the weather was pretty wicked both days so that is why the two guys i fished with elected the river, we averaged 4-5 pounders. the guys that braved the weather averaged 6-8 pounders trolling. good luck, its awesome verticle jigging 5-6lb fish

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    #947541

    Can’t wait to get this going! What a fun league to be a part of. Good excuse to go fishing every tuesday night and learn the lake!! Good bunch of guys to fish with the last couple years!!

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    #946532

    i believe they moved up to the old chippewa facility for more room.

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    #946531

    i recall shooting .22 in physics class in college. idea was to measure velocity based on movement of a block of wood that the bullet lodged into. probably the most intersting hands on learning i had in college.

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    #944548

    thanks for the support, i’ll definitely be back in the next couple weeks. i recall a post recently about walleye guys and why we do it, and i think this is another reason to do it because of the challenge. keeps you coming back not wanting to keep the tail between your legs in defeat, and figure more out for the next time

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    #944474

    what are super dos? do you pitch drag or vertical jig them? Never heard of them, we tried jigging, dragging, casting to no avail. Must not of been holding our baits right. seen a few fish caught around us. A buddy and i have been down around 4 times now and can’t seem to unlock the secrets down there.

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    #944361

    Unbelieveable – Jigfan had a good guess 21.36 won i think he had 21.37 guess

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    #944353

    21# won

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    #943333

    pick me,

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    #937950

    Jesse Proffitt – Captain
    Chad Hagedorn – partner

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