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Fishing with Mike Fraunfelter and Janet 10/8/17

by Capt Juls on 10/10/17

Sunday's wind forecast was for stronger winds in the morning and diminishing by 11am, so we opted to do a start time of 11am. Capt Kevin and I met Mike and his daughter, Janet, at Mazurik's at 10:45 and launched by 11.


We were headed to Canadian water to do some perch fishing up by the dumping grounds up there.

When we got up there and set up with his Ulterra's Spot Lock, the boat didn't face into the wind, like it normally would, but rather it was side ways into the wind, due to a very strong current that wasn't there any time I had been up there in the past few weeks.

It made getting the perch rigs down in a vertical position difficult, which also made it difficult to feel a light bite when they bit.  However, after adding a second 1 oz weight to the rig, to make it 2oz's....it helped a lot.  

 The winds were diminishing even more as the day went on, and eventually we were able to remove one of the weights.  The bite wasn't as "fantastic" as it had been, but we still managed to catch their limit of 60 perch.  And, while there were some big perch in the mix, the numbers of big ones wasn't what it was last week. That's not to say, that it won't be again....it's just that it wasn't what it was...that day. :)

Mike and Janet had a good time, and mentioned that they would like to go fishing with us again. So, whether that is this fall for some more perch, or walleye, or both? Or, if it's next spring, I don't know. But, I do look forward to fishing with them again...they were a lot of fun. :)

The next trip, is a three day trip, with Capt Kevin and two customers I had last year, that have become good friends. They are Pat and Tina Goebel from Wisconsin. They will be down here to fish with us Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This is going to be one wild weekend, I think. Tina is a fire cracker, and I think she was probably my twin in another life. Hehehe...

Capt Kevin is patiently waiting on his 2018 Ranger to be delivered to Vic's Sports Center....and we're hoping it shows up today or tomorrow, so we can get it rigged and broke in before Tina and Pat show up. We shall see....

Stay tuned....

Capt Juls

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