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Shawn
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8/12/01 01:43 PM
GREAT Lakes Salmon fishing [Post#: 372 ] Reply to this post

Going up to Selkirk in a few weeks , is there anything new that seems to be working. We use Flashers with cut bait. So does everybody else. I'm looking for an edge here.



John D
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4/4/02 11:56 PM
Re: GREAT Lakes Salmon fishing new [Post#: 691 / re: 372 ] Reply to this post

Probably more than a little bit late now, but......... last week I bought a Fishing magazine, and in one of the adverts (from one of the UK's leading Mail-order tackle Companies)... and they had some stuff called "Ultrabite Salmon, Sea Trout & Trout" which is a specially formulated pheromone based attractant for game fish >:)

I haven't tried it yet, since at the moment I'm preparing to make a come back to fishing for the first time in 6years...... but have almost every intention to give it a try sometime later this year (I'm just waiting to get some new Nylon Mono line to put on my reels, since they haven't seen much action for 6 years either, so the lines gone all dry & kinky).

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DN 22
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4/22/02 07:13 PM
Re: GREAT Lakes Salmon fishing new [Post#: 725 / re: 372 ] Reply to this post

Honeoye Lake Bait and Tackle Shop would like to invite you to check out our website at www.theeverydayfisherman.com .





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