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Old 03-09-2011, 03:47 PM
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Quality fishing tackle is rarely seen in most parts of Ukraine. It's interesting how they manage to catch anything on those primitive rigs. I've taken a few visitors and transplants from Ukraine fishing here in the States and they are amazed by our resources.
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Bоrodka...

Is that anything like

Vodka?

Here is a bait we use here on a local lake you may find interesting. Never heard of anyone else using them for walleye except on this lake. Can be jigged deep water or cast and retrieved. They are popular striper baits in the salt.
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Old 03-10-2011, 12:25 AM
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the top row of lures made of wood and the bottom of the metal?
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Old 03-10-2011, 12:54 PM
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Those are some interesting line guides your friend has rigged up on his rod.
Do you run those floating setups behind drop weights?
maybe I missed some details in the description of fishing.

During the middle of the river and the strong - the depth of 5-10 meters.

We catch walleye. in 95% fishings in RIVER and not in the lake. But in the Lakes tackle this shows tremendous results.



for you it may seem strange - but the most productive fishing for walleye with us using a steel wire instead of monofilament

This is the secret development of the Soviet Union which apply anglers

I think that in America no one catches on a steel line

Do not worry, of course, we catch walleye using Gary Loomis and Berkley rods to jig the bait. But the biggest MASTERS caught on the steel line, the Soviet fishing rods and reels and Bоrodka
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What lures do you use on rivers with strong currents and great depths?
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What lures do you use on rivers with strong currents and great depths?
I used to use this rig when I fished from shore at the Jefferson Dam on the Rock River years ago. It worked really well tipped with just a minnow.

http://www.fishwolfriver.com/pages/m...-river-rig.php

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You're streamer hook acts the same as a bucktail or marabou jig that we use over here, excePt it floats....hmmmmmm a floating bucktail jig eh.
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You're streamer hook acts the same as a bucktail or marabou jig that we use over here, excePt it floats....hmmmmmm a floating bucktail jig eh.
Try it!
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Bоrodka...

Is that anything like

Vodka?

Here is a bait we use here on a local lake you may find interesting. Never heard of anyone else using them for walleye except on this lake. Can be jigged deep water or cast and retrieved. They are popular striper baits in the salt.
those "gotchas" are deadly on spanish and blues in the salt. i've never tried them in fresh. might have to try throwin them at some stripers in the tailwaters here.
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Are those Zander or walleye....Zander grow bigger is that right
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