October 2007

Episode 41
Just for Sport
Show Date: October 6th and 7th, 2007
Location: Milwaukee Harbor, Milwaukee, WI
Guide: Pro Guide Eric Haataja [414-546-4627 | wibigfish.com]

Eric really does make this look easy. John and his friend from Yamaha Motor sports, Kevin Theisen, are guided by Eric Haataja in the Milwaukee harbor. Casting for Chinook salmon, this is some of the most exciting and fast fresh water fishing in the world. Eric puts them right on the spot, and they cast until their arms are tired.

Episode 42
Dale's Big Bass Adventure
Show Date: October 13th, & 14th, 2007
Location: Sturgeon Bay, WI
Guide: Pro Guide Dale Stroschein [ 920-743-5731 | wackywalleye.com]

Dale does it again, and he always seems to make it look easy. John joins Pro guide Dale Stroschein on his honey hole in Sturgeon Bay catching one after another, of amazing bass. All the fish that make it to TV are 4 pounds +, and they weigh a few just to prove it. Hooking a Gulp Crawler good 'ol "Wacky" style and tossing is overboard seems to be all they need to do, oh and repeat of course.

Episode 43
Eric’s Up North Vacation
Show Date: October 20th & 21st, 2007
Location: Lake Superior, Michigan
Guide: Pro Guide Eric Haataja [414-546-4627 | wibigfish.com]

Eric Haataja has been fishing Lake Superior for over 30 years. He shares his knowledge of the area as we join him on vacation with his buddy Steve in this beautiful area. The first day of fishing is disastrous, an all day rain with consistent 25mph winds, the guys stick it out though. The second day is a perfect day for fishing, and truly reflects what Eric is saying when he calls the area “my Canada”. Using plastics and blade bates to cast for walleyes, and dragging suckers for trophy pike, our anglers seem to have it all covered.

Episode 44
Fall in Vilas County
Show Date: October 27th & 28th, 2007
Location: Vilas County, WI
Guide: Pro Guide Rob Manthei [715-477-2042 | robmanthei.com]
Rob takes us to his home turf to fish for walleyes and muskies. On a rain soaked first day they pick off a few walleyes. The next day is a beautiful fall day, and the fish are biting. First, casting for walleyes in the morning, then casting and dragging suckers for muskie in the evening.

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