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Jonesin for Lake Erie

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YakAngler is excited to share a brand new series called “Jonesin’ for Lake Erie” brought to you by our very own Spencer Jones. This is part of a series that takes you on his adventures, traveling to fish and film amazing fisheries.

What’s the purpose of the series? To bring you along on his travels and show off the waterways of the world, getting you ready to plan your next adventure! Let’s dive in to the first two of three episodes! The first two episodes were filmed at Lake Erie and the third one is on Lake St. Clair. Spencer had to move locations due to weather.

We will keep you up to date when the third episode airs.

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Spencer Jones

Although starting to kayak fish in the summer of 2012 Spencer has fished since he was a kid.  He fishes everything from small creeks to large lakes mainly targeting large and smallmouth bass, northerns, and anything he can convince to bite the hook.  When he is not on the water he teaches choir at a middle and high school and teaches private piano lessons, and composes music. Spencer also loves working out and helping folks get healthy and fit!  He lives in Neenah with his lovely wife, 2 dogs, and 4 cats.

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