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Eyeguy29

Anyone been out to Long Point?

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We are heading out Saturday and Sunday. Any good tips?

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yes, give all your fish to the guy in the camper an black suburban. I'll be up Sat Sun also out of Long point, Was there two weeks ago an bombed out bad. Last year I did very well every morning in 20' of water on the north east side of Twin Island, I was close enough to throw a baseball to the Island, mabey. between nine a eleven A:M i was done with walleyes. Then move deep by for the afternoon bite, I would start at about 28' an continue to move deep till I find fish. if your not into fish with in an hour move deep again. get back into 20' maybe even to fifteen for the evening bite. I dont have the luxury to move with my perm. an kids an I'm stuck out in 32' Good luck an post how ya do. Boar

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O yea a glow re weasle works well for me an on a dead stick a plain red hook an minnow under a bobber or a doodle bug.

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    • eyeguy 54
      then I will need to buy the bigger dewalt batteries. they look spendy.  I have 7 ryobi batteries now. 2 are the 4 amp.    600 pounds should be plenty  from what all are saying. I can take the 2 , 4 amps back and grab the dewalt. hmmmmmm, decisions desicions. lol  
    • Rick G
      Why don't you take the free Dewalt I offered you....no more worries about not enough power...lol :-)
    • Rick G
      Making sure all equipment is in working order is one thing I always try to take care of before taking my first trip of the season. Nothing is quite as frustrating as a flasher with a dead battery or an auger that wont start.  I have always been a big believer having the proper equipment with to stay safe come first ice.... These items include a spud bar to check ice thickness, a section of rope,  a life jacket and a set of ice picks. Having a second person with is also a smart move when the ice is thin. Talking to those "in the know" about local bodies of water and current ice conditions is also a good thing to do.  Remember, first ice is usally not a consistant thickness, so use caution...and trust your gut...if something feels not right, it usally isn't. Good luck and stay safe, my friends :-)
    • BobT
      Time to dust off the winter gear!! 
    • eyeguy 54
      what model ryobi?  lots of them