Eric’s Combo Platter
Show Date: July 7th & 8th 2007
Location: Walworth County, WI
Guide: Pro Guide Eric Haataja [414-546-4627 | wibigfish.com]
It’s a hot 90 degree day out on the water and Eric is showing us where all the fish are at. Rigging different kinds of live bait from minnows to crawlers, and slowly drifting along deep weed lines. Eric is showing us a plenty of different methods. Mixing the different methods and different live bait brings in all kinds of Pike, Walleye, Bass, and even Bluegill. It just goes to show that you can stay close to home wherever you live and still catch fish.
Erie Walleyes in July
Show Date: July 14th and 15th 2007
Location: Lake Erie, Toledo, Ohio
Guide: Captain Paul Pacholski [1-800-798-1218 | deacsretreat.com]
It’s a beautiful July day and John is on Lake Erie with his crew from Johnsonville Brats; Tom, Todd, and Steve. John is once again guided by Captain Paul Pacholski of Deac’s Retreat Charters. Heading out to the Western Basin Paul has the crew throwing a modified crawler harness, that is set up for casting. Working as a team all the anglers are trying different techniques to try and find a pattern to catch fish. Swapping out blade colors and retrieving at different depths, the team make good with the Erie Walleye.
John’s Family Adventure
Show Date: July 21st and 22nd, 2007
Location: Vilas County, Wisconsin
Well it’s time for John to take a break and head up to the north woods with his family on vacation, what else would John do but fish! We follow John along as he fishes in one of his favorite areas – Vilas County, Wisconsin. Drifting along with a simple crawler and split-shot hunting for smallies with the boys, marking spots for when the girls come out. Catching Bass and Pan fish, this show illustrates how easy and fun fishing can be.
Massive Pre-Historic Size Bass!
Show Date: July 28th and 29th, 2007
Location: Door County, WI
Guide: Pro Guide Dale Stroschein [920-743-5731 | wackywalleye.com]
Lightning strikes twice when Dale Stroschein enters the picture. John is guided by Dale to catch some unbelievably massive bass, did somebody say Slob-o-Saurus. “Bone-Fishing” bass in the shallows of Door County Wisconsin, Dale and John catch huge bass after huge bass. The technique couldn’t be any easier, casting out plastics with a gold hook and a split-shot. Don’t miss this show, it’s a good one.