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Joined: 06:02pm - Apr 13,08
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Post Posted: 02:25pm - Mar 28,19 
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I will Cover everything you need to know about catching Trout and Salmon from a kayak or small boat and is FREE! Plus if there's time Ill go over how to catch big pike in the marinas.


-Safety
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-Trolling Techniques
- Casting and Jigging
-Fishing Gear
-Locations
-Seasonal Tactics
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Post Posted: 02:01pm - Jan 1,20 
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Will you have a class for 2020.

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Post Posted: 04:16pm - Apr 11,21 
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How about for 2021? Looking to hit the big lake and some guidance and a few friends that have some knowledge would be appreciated.

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Post Posted: 07:55am - Apr 12,21 
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Tody wrote:
How about for 2021? Looking to hit the big lake and some guidance and a few friends that have some knowledge would be appreciated.


Tody, Not sure if Rob is doing a kayak class this year, but he is definitely the expert in small boat fishing Lake MI. He taught me and several others.
I highly recommend you go support him at his tackle shop Lake Michigan Angler and spend some time there asking him questions. Also, another member of this forum ChiCityYaker has some informative videos on youtube.

Bottom line - invest in safety first - PFD, Radio, Whistle, Flare, flag. Watch the weather reports closely. Don't fight with fog because bigger boats wont see you well.
After that you primarily need speed control and depth. Use a chart-plotter or fishfinder to make sure you can stick to speeds between 1.8 and 2.4 MPH. Go a little slower when the water is cooler. Then get depth either via diving cranks, dipsy divers, or torpedo weights. As long as you can get 10-30ft below surface in a yack you should be good. Rob has all of this at Lake Mi Angler.

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Post Posted: 09:41pm - Apr 12,21 
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Thanks for the info b5. I will definitely check out Lake Mi Angler and support the local shop. I’ve been watching the videos ChiCityYaker is putting out and slowly making a plan for this year. Once I have all the gear it would be nice to hit the water with someone that has a bit of experience on the big lake. Once again thanks for the tip.

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