"I agree Sonny...if the fish are deep or are super light biters than 2 pound quality mono is a must. I can get away with 4 pound line in colored water or 6 feet or shallower. The gills in the local quarry won't go for 4 pound line. Gills in the…"
"Welcome neighbor Robert to Big Bluegill. I am also a member of Big Bluegill wanting to welcome you and to share some of what goes on here at the site. This is a site with loads of information where we can learn and enjoy in what we like doing best,…"
"Hello Dick Tabbert, I want to thank you for the warm welcome. I will be posting up some of my fishing pictures pretty soon. I just want to say thanks again for the warm welcome and im looking forward to entertaining you and the club members of this…"
"Lot of the success Jim is because of the UL fishing. I look for stuff on the screen, watch the water & the birds. Lots of activity - troll faster, no activity - go slow and low. Light jigs (1/48th &1/32nd) troll on top and heavier jigs…"
"No worries David - even have a tutorial on Jigcraft. There are other properties of the jig that aren't discussed like phosphorescence (glow in the dark eyes) and iridescence in the finish.... Can't give up all the secrets - too many…"
"Jim, I believe gillcrackers are more cold tolerant than pure redears. To what degree, I can't say. I catch them while ice fishing, but then again I catch pure redears the same way. There is such a thing as regional adaptation, where a…"
"Amazing how different places view different fish. Most people I know consider them a nuisance while yellow perch fishing on Lake Erie. We've never tried eating them, might have to talk my dad into trying them out on a day with a slow yellow…"