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About SmallieKiller

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  • Birthday 02/28/1975

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  1. Those look pretty darn good and they look like they'd get the job done. I didn't see a material list anywhere in there. I'd love to see it and some tying instructions if you have them! Thanks You can email at [email protected] if need be.
  2. Anyone have a suggestion for a fly type that would closely imitate a Senko? We've been cleaning up on Presque Isle bay with Senkos. I'm looking to take the fly rod with me the next time I head out, but I'm looking for something I can drop down in 3'-5' of water, and slowly jig along. We've been using 4" baits. Any ideas? Thanks in advance. SK
  3. That is in fact a cell phone. I still feel bad leaving the wife at home with the little one, so I like to be accessible. Sunday I missed a fish answering the phone, so Tuesday the ear piece came out. Although on Tuesday, I was expecting a call from my buddy who was also on the bay so we could meet up.
  4. 3' to 5' early in the morning, then up to as deep as 9' by the afternoon. They're all over the sand flats pairing up though. They're everywhere. Last trip up I also saw a Muskie that had to be over 50 inches, it's girth was about the size of the bottom of a 5 gallon bucket. It was chasing 15 inch bass.
  5. Here ya go. These were caught on Senkos in the bay. Landed 20 on Sunday and 30 on Tuesday. Smallest fish was around 15, biggest were around 19.5. Picked up one over 5 lbs. A few in the mid to high 4 pound range. Two great days!
  6. SmallieKiller

    Hey guys

    Been a while since I've posted and just wanted to drop a line and see how everyone was doing. Things at my place are finally settling in. Our little one is almost a year old and it's been quite the adventure to date and I can see it's only going to get better I got some pics for you too Will, some nice Presque Isle Bay smallies. Not on the fly rod though. I haven't braved casting out of a boat yet...
  7. Lol, the creeks were low and clear. It was like fishing in a bathtub. I hooked into 3 in a few hours. All three snapped me off. I was using a Seaguar Grand Max 4x tippet and I guess I must've got a dry rotted spool. That really killed the fun of my day. Fish one of the moring looked about 30-32 inches and I'd probably guess 10 lbs or so. He crushed a Theo's Beaded Bomber, then proceded to crush my leader.... Still good to get out though.
  8. OK, so I was reading up on the dropper flies and how to attach them, which is easy enough. I'm headed up to the tribs in Erie tomorrow to get in a little early season steel action. Now I know I'm looking at some low and clear conditions, unless it rains tonight, which it may (crosses fingers). Now if I do end up with low and clear, does anyone have a recomendation for a dropper fly? Supposedly the majority of the fish caught now are on minnows and single eggs, so I was going to rock the white bugger with a yellowish glo bug. Anyone else have any bright ideas? Thanks in advance. SK
  9. so fish pass tippet like people pass burritos... awesome.
  10. I usually skip opening day. I go out the monday after, let all the once a year people go back to work and I'll catch all the stockies they spooked up!
  11. "Tampa Bay's last fatal shark attack occurred in September of 2000 in Boca Ciega Bay, when Thadeus Kubinski jumped into the bay for a swim, where what was thought to be a bull shark was feeding." ...man, that sucks.
  12. When I was in Cancun, I went to the Cancun Aquarium and you could feed the sharks in the shark tank. I put on a wet suit and went down into the aquarium's tank in a plexiglass shark cage. Two of the sharks in the tank we're an 8 and a 10 ft Bull. They were freaking massive, beautiful fish. Unfortunatley when we fed the sharks, the ones that ate were a couple of 7 foot Brown sharks. Still cool to watch them swim up on it and engulf it, but I wanted to watch the Bulls eat. Needless to say, that was an unforgettable afternoon, somehow I even talked my wife into entering the cage with me, she won't be heading in any time soon. One thing I'll never forget... when the bulls were circling the cage, they kept their eyes locked right on you, I felt if I stuck anything out of the cage, it wasn't coming back in.
  13. QUOTE (TroutBum @ Apr 5 2005, 10:07 AM) Quite frankly, I'd rather drown. Newsflash from western PA; http://www.cnn.com/2005/US/04/05/cousins.m...e.ap/index.html Why am I not surprised. hey.... they told me they weren't gonna publish that article... they said it was just research!! bastards...
  14. TB, most of the steelies that run in the tribs in PA are stocked anyway. They pull them out of Trout Run and Godfrey run and take the roe and milt, then "manufacture" them in the hatchery. And trust me, some of the fish I've seen in the runways in those creeks are ridiculous! The breeding stock is pretty good. Although I think their size has more to do with forage in the lake than anything. There's supposedly been a huge shad boom in the lake and I'll be damned if the steelhead this season weren't bigger than usual. sk
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