By Mitch Eagan

The Great Lakes have changed dramatically lately, These days, besides the annual normal differences in population, the introduction of invasive species has changed the essence of water quality. Since the late 1950’s water changes have increased substantially. One thing that wont change however is the ferocious feeding habits of salmon. They still feed up and down the depths looking for alewife and smelt and herring. In clear water downrigging has been traded for a light line technique. Read More Here