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I had a response to a thread I did a while back when I made my clousers . Buddy said I should tie some on a siwash hooks for behind dodgers for salmon trolling. So i did and wait to hear back how they work. The green and black one has a trailer hook. It stuck me like 6 X tying the front hook.😂 

Hooks I used are super sharp and strong

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The trailer one. I call it,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

 

I BITE BACK  :w00t:

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Dude they are great

where do I place my order

lol

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Even tying those behind a Williams would be killer.   Early season laker killer!

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I'd tie them with a second hook facing up as a stinger , dodger fly was the hot setup 40+ years ago when Lake Ontario was Coho fishery. Blue zone ( but that name evolved later ) 20 feet down,  Red Luhr Jensen dodger blue Jonsfly , six feet behind the ball ,  Cohoes all summer until they stacked up at the mouths.

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7 minutes ago, dave524 said:

I'd tie them with a second hook facing up as a stinger

Thats what I did. That,s why I got stuck so many times. LOL

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10 minutes ago, dave524 said:

Cohoes all summer until they stacked up at the mouths.

That is what I was thinking when I made the 1st 3 . I even told him they were coho baits.

Thanks Dave

 

 

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37 minutes ago, BillM said:

Even tying those behind a Williams would be killer.   Early season laker killer!

Elaborate Bill please,,,,,,,,

 

You mean tie a treble up for the spoon, or for a trailer behind it ? The spoon would act as a mini dodger ? I can visually see that working .

 

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Making a trailer in a shiner/herring pattern would work I am sure . Food for thought. Will have to keep my eye open for those old William spoons. The large ones.

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23 hours ago, BillM said:

Even tying those behind a Williams would be killer.   Early season laker killer!

Even used a wooly worm fly a foot or so behind a hookless Williams for trolling spring Specs.

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1 hour ago, dave524 said:

Even used a wooly worm fly a foot or so behind a hookless Williams for trolling spring Specs.

Yup, I've used it a few time.

 

Brian, yeah.  The Williams basically becomes the dodger in this case.   Remove the hook , run a lead and tie on that fly.

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49 minutes ago, BillM said:

Brian, yeah.  The Williams basically becomes the dodger in this case.   Remove the hook , run a lead and tie on that fly.

Thanks Bill for the reply

 

Guess I got to make a few for Terry now. LOL

 

PayPal or direct cash in hand WITH COVID proof gloves, woks for me. LMAO 🤣

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57 minutes ago, Terry said:

Dang

 

lol

Tomorrows project buddy,:thumbsup_anim:

 

What else am I going to do at 4 am ??????????

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They are the cats behind Brian. If I get back the fishing bug I will look you up!🙂

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