eh? No. I was talking about how far the sides of the standable area are from the top of the water. . I mean come on! I may love fishing, but I won't risk my life for a big silver salmon (i know, I know 1-4 lbs), Is it a common experience for a fisherman to fall into the water in Gov-Pier? Thanks!mplant1 said:
Check my post for last time out since I can remember. I was in Highland Park. I used 10 lb test with a diameter of 7-ish test. I cast it out using a 8 foot long rod, medium action, and after a few casts with a slip bobber over spawn, I got a brown trout or something to bite. Now here's what you HAVE to remember: Bring a net!!! I didn't and the fish got away at the side of the pier. :x That's about it.i love fishing said:wat set up of rod and line is good for the browns
So can you catch some tourt right now? Do you powerline or use some bait? I have used powerline befor with my cous. Caught sum small silver salman but nothing really, really big. It was okay. Never caught a trout.mplant1 said:don't listen to rootpro. anyone who thinks play doh is good is an idiot. i'm sorry, but its true.
you wanna chase trout you can start now. some steelhead and browns will be around. stop at the salmon stop and get the d low. march is usually decent for browns with dead roaches or alewife off the bottom. now salmon..eesh. you;re better off around chicago mid march - mid april for coho that are closer to shore. boaters will do ok off wauk but slim pickens for the shore guys