12-19-1999, 04:03 PM
went out with river fishing and juls today caught at least a set of keepers largest was 18.5 in sauger. found most fish between 15-18 ft of water.northland jigging spoonns and northland spinners were the order of the day. the fish really snapped while it snowed,give botch a call at the rivers edge to see how the lauch is therev was a bit of ice on it todat but thats river fishing.
12-19-1999, 05:10 PM
Thanks Jumbojim and Riverfishing for showing me your stomping grounds! Man o Man ..that River's Edge and surrounding buildings are beautiful! I'm the "woodsy" kinda gal..Loved all the woodwork.
The fishing, was great fun. It felt good to get away from this darn puter for awhile..http://www.walleyecentral.com/dcf/Images/wink.gif
Jenn and I were catching most of ours in the 20' depths, and one, or maybe two, from even 30'. I was using a 3/8 oz orange and yellow jig tipped with a fathead, and Jenn opted for the Jigging Spoon with half a minnow. She outfished me by 3-1, I guessing.
Jenn was so excited to have finally caught a northern out there...she has the funniest laugh, makes you have to laugh with her.
Fresh air, mild wind, ##### cold temps....
It was so cool when it started to snow....need I say more?
Good friends and fishing...that's what it's all about.