Naples, Florida summer redfish #MercuryProTeam
For getting the most life out of your engines, you're going to want to keep your's properly cleaned and protected! #MercuryProTeam
Well...there's a first for everything, the battleship is headed into Lambeau this morning for this weekend's show. Stop by and talk to Sport O Motive about the Tracker/Nitro lineup! #MercuryProTeam
Of Outdoor GPS fame, Owin Hayes and Dave Calhoun joined me when we hooked 7 (or was it 6?) and landed 5 fat salmon, two of which were hatchery keepers; including Dave's fin-clipped chinook and Owin's coho (see attached photos). Both fish fell for bait, herring or anchovy, trolled in combination with a Fish Flash. Dave's came on the High Tower finish and Owin's on a green flasher with silver tape on both sides, something we thought might work given the sunny conditions - which we custom made on the boat. I did land one chinook on a Mulkey Guide Tech Squid Spinner but it had too many fins. Although we caught one chinook just below the bridge in the north channel all others came above the bridge on both sides of the river, which is where most of the action seemed to be taking place. Buzz Ramsey
Retired fishing tackle rep Randy Woolsey with an upriver bright chinook taken near the checkerboard while trolling a herring.
Ted Mellott from Yakima Washington with Buoy 10 chinook taken on a purple colored Fish Flash and herring while fishing with Columbia guide Mike Kelly.
All charged up and ready go! @optimabatteries see you on the water....
Feels good to be back after a two day big wind!
We had a good 1st day of pre fishing for the LOTW Aim Walleye tournament. It was a rough day on the lake today winds were blowing all day.Hope to find a bigger school of fish tomorrow.
A pretty cool shot from Lake Sakakawe. How a beautiful fishing day can turn stormy in a hurry. #MercuryProTeam
A fun day on LOTW today prefishing the AIM Championship. The bite wasn't fast and furious but when you find these caliber of fish, its worth it!
Practice day on Lake Kissimmee. How about a Mercury powered boat ride?
A little "Off Shore" fun with Berkley Flickershads prefishing the AIM Championship at LOW.. #offshoretackle
If you have questions with your sonar one of the best ways to answer them is with Lowrance Structure Scan. Here is a shot of traditional sonar on left and Downscan on right. One the traditional sonar it is tough to tell where the bottom is or if there is weeds, now looking to the right side I can clearly see individual weed stalks off the bottom and most importantly those small circle spots above the weeds in this case a school of bluegills. Downscan rarely leaves questions.
Ripple Shads and Super Death Hooks make a deadly combination for Montana walleyes!