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General Discussion / Re: MG Spot Lock (funny)
« Last post by PhishingPhreek on June 04, 2019, 09:39 AM »
I guess I am missing something on this post :dontknow:

I think you needed to see the GIF (Animated photo) to get the full affect of the joke.

I've never used spot lock, but I can see how flippin' crazy that could get with people on Plez.
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General Discussion / Re: MG Spot Lock (funny)
« Last post by Tweeder on June 03, 2019, 07:01 PM »
If you havent had it happen to you it would not make sense I agree. But sometimes spot lock gets possessed on my boat and while "anchored" it spins you around like a top stops then goes the other way sometimes at speeds that make you lose you balance. Impossible to fish from a rodea like that. I laughed at his emogi description of what the motor was doing
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General Discussion / Re: MG Spot Lock (funny)
« Last post by Fishless on June 03, 2019, 05:16 PM »
I guess I am missing something on this post :dontknow:
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General Discussion / MG Spot Lock (funny)
« Last post by Tweeder on June 03, 2019, 02:41 PM »
My buddy and his bro made an ill advised trip to Pleasant yesterday to try and get some fishin in. I asked how it went and his response was something about too many boats not obeying no wake markers and the anchor wouldnt hold. I asked why he didn't use the spot lock function on his new TM. Response was priceless and had me rolling cause it's happened to me before. His brother added to it with that gif which they guy is just spinning in circles
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All Other Lakes / Re: Kaibab Lake - 5/26
« Last post by Fishless on June 01, 2019, 06:04 AM »
Interesting the bait fish available back east thanks for the info, fat head minnows would be great for Kaibab. I don't think it is over population of crappie in those lakes just no forage for the fish to eat and grow? Same thing happens at Lake Mary not an over population of crappie due to pike and walleye the ones that survive do grow to decent size just takes forever again I think due to lack of forage bait for the crappie? Crappie were illegally introduced at a lot of the northern lakes which or supposed to be trout lakes I think g and f just tolerates their presence but I doubt they will support much effort? (of course unless people start to pester them about it?)

Good post Louis on the g and f weekly fishing report :headbang:
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All Other Lakes / Re: Kaibab Lake - 5/26
« Last post by craigm on May 31, 2019, 08:21 PM »
I don't know if they added anything new to Kaibab last year, but there have always been some huge trees along the shoreline across the boat ramp. I graphed lots of big trees all over back there several years ago and marked them on my GPS. Those are the trees I've always trolled over when trying to catch crappie.

I know last year or 2 years ago they added a bunch of trees to Dogtown Lake that hadn't been there. I graphed all of them and marked them on my Google Maps :-D I haven't caught any crappie over those trees though.

I was curious what kind of bait fish would survive cold waters and looked it up. Google searches sucked because it just returned results on "what bait to use to catch fish in cold water".
Stupid Google....
  I am currently up north, just got back from Tutts Bait in Garrison Minnesota, getting bait for my Grandson and I to fish the Minnesota adult and teen challenge charity tournament tomorrow, these are minnows trapped here locally ,Fatheads the same as you purchase at local Az bait shops , Spottail shiner's, golden shiners, emerald shiners , sucker minnows these are ones that grow here in Minnesota . I do not think it gets as cold as here anywhere in Arizona. I had a thought looking at the fish you caught maybe they need to be kept and thinned out when to many sunfish or crappies are present here they become stunted , The Minn DNR says stunting cn occur when you keep all the big ones the Gene to grow large disappears , maybe its a cold water phenomena , so maybe new brood stock would help . What does AZ Fish and Game have to say about it ?
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All Other Lakes / Re: Kaibab Lake - 5/26
« Last post by PhishingPhreek on May 31, 2019, 05:50 PM »
I don't know if they added anything new to Kaibab last year, but there have always been some huge trees along the shoreline across the boat ramp. I graphed lots of big trees all over back there several years ago and marked them on my GPS. Those are the trees I've always trolled over when trying to catch crappie.

I know last year or 2 years ago they added a bunch of trees to Dogtown Lake that hadn't been there. I graphed all of them and marked them on my Google Maps :-D I haven't caught any crappie over those trees though.

I was curious what kind of bait fish would survive cold waters and looked it up. Google searches sucked because it just returned results on "what bait to use to catch fish in cold water".
Stupid Google....
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All Other Lakes / Re: Kaibab Lake - 5/26
« Last post by Fishless on May 31, 2019, 04:42 PM »
I believe that g and f sunk a bunch of habitat (bundles of juniper trees from a clearing project by the FS) in Kaibab last year? wonder if they have GPS coordinates for it like at Rosy?

Would be nice if they could get a cold water bait fish that would survive the winters as forage for the crappie. Bass can eat the heck out of crawdads but a bait fish for crappie would be neat. The crappie back east grow slowly but do get to eatable size eventually wander what bait fish are in the lakes back east?
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General Discussion / Free Fishing Day - June 1st
« Last post by PhishingPhreek on May 30, 2019, 10:06 AM »
For those who didn't know, June 1-9 is National Fishing and Boating Week and Arizona Game and Fish is celebrating by giving everyone a "Free Fishing Day" this Saturday (June 1). This means, you can fish all our waters around the state that day without a license.

If you've wanted to take the kids fishing, but haven't been able to get that license, this is the perfect day to take advantage of that and hit any of our public waters.


Game and Fish is even hosting a few events at select lakes where they'll be loaning out fishing gear and bait (See locations below).
Lake Pleasant: 7-10 a.m., Lake Pleasant Access Rd., Peoria. See more information, including directions. A $7 parking fee will remain in place.
Goldwater Lake: Prescott, 8 a.m.-noon
Dead Horse Ranch State Park: 8 a.m.-noon Entrance fees to the state park will be waived for participating fishermen (check in at the front gate).
Kaibab Lake, Williams: 9 a.m.-noon. Meet near group ramada.
Lees Ferry: 9 a.m.-noon. Meet at the boat launch.

For more information, click the Game and Fish link below.
Arizona’s Free Fishing Day is Saturday, June 1
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All Other Lakes / Re: Kaibab Lake - 5/26
« Last post by FishMan on May 30, 2019, 10:04 AM »
You had me at “Greenie Weenie”.
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