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  1. MuskyMan

    Norris Walleye

    Nice, during the day or night ? What did you catch them on ?
  2. MuskyMan

    East TN Lakers and Trout 2018 (part 3)

    I have fished all the harbors north of downtown chicago and into wisconsin. The browns will invade racine and milwaukee in the fall and into the winter months. It is all about timing. There is a guide up there, his name is eric haataja, dude, he his is incredible. He has it all dialed in. Check with him before you go. I did more harbor fishing in illinois as I lived there, alot of it in downtown chicago and the spring brown bite is epic there too, but nothing compared to milwaukee.
  3. just called him, thank you very much
  4. Can I catch skipjack below the loudon dam ? or any place else local kinda ?
  5. Tellico lake at the clear creek ramp right off 444
  6. I have to replace the wood filler in my transom and I will need to buy some 7 ply marine grade plywood. Anyone know of a place that sells it ? Or anyone have an engine puller that I can hang my engine off of ? I have a 150hp that I need to take off my boat to replace the transom. This is gonna be fun. God help me. I need the prayers
  7. MuskyMan

    East TN Lakers and Trout 2018 (part 3)

    I use to troll alot on lake michigan and I use to troll a certain crankbait that would double up really well on multiple species. Its called a Team Daiwa Hypercrank. Its not your normal crankbait by any means. The lip is made of titanium. Metal. And boy does it dive and deep. Some of the models have two points in which you can tie from, this dictates how deep it will dive. The bigger versions dive 25 feet on a retrieve and when you troll and use braid, even deeper. Whats really cool about this bait, is the titanium lip. It reflects sunlight and gives the bait an insane side to side tight wiggle. It really has an action that no other crankbait has. I buy mine off ebay. Look for deals. I have quite a few of them and they work incredibly well. My biggest brown trout, just over 21lbs was on one and I have caught numbers of big steelhead and lakers on them too. If you buy one, replace the stock split rings and the hooks and put some heavier owners or gamakastu's on them, trust me.
  8. Or Tellico for that matter. I have a boat.
  9. MuskyMan

    Fort Loudoun

    Nice fish dude
  10. ok if someone has a tank for sale, let me know
  11. my net is laying on the bottom next to your net, lol
  12. I am thinking of a 50 gallon or so, and I gotta learn how to throw a castnet and not " donate " it into the lake permanently ..........
  13. I was thinking about launching the boat at the Harrison Branch ramp or Tallassee, is it worth it, is the water deep enough ? I have an 18 ft crestliner walleye style boat, deep v with a 150, am I gonna bottom out ? I can run her shallow, 2 feet and I don't mind scraping rocks, its a fishing boat. Or should I launch at Citico ? Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.
  14. I have an evinrude e-tec that needed a new water pump, annual maintenance ect. My heat indicator went off at cherokee two weeks ago, so I took it in. C & P is the only platinum certified evinrude e-tec dealer for quite a few miles. They did excellent work and did not take long either. When I dropped off my boat, the mechanic plugged my engine into the laptop and immediately knew what it needed and he showed the diagnostic to me. I highly recommend them.
  15. MuskyMan

    A grim reminder of pfd importance

    The kankakee is my hometown river, I have caught many a walleye and smallmouth on her. You are so right, every year someone dies at the spillway in wilmington. I cannot believe how close people get when they wade the river there.