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Old 07-08-2010, 08:14 AM
brianbro brianbro is offline
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Smile Walleye Break, Panfish, Lg Mouth Bass, Pike Cass/Leech Lake areas

I took a Walleye break today and went after Panfish ( Crappies, Bluegills), Large Mouth Bass&Northern Pike.

For Crappies my clients and & I used Northland Fishing Tackles
Fire-Fly Jigs ( glo & sunrise) & Gypsi Jigs ( glo green
& Chartruse) sizes for both 1/32 oz. under a Lite Bite Bobber w/ Small Fatheads..

For Northern Pike we used Northlands Fishing Tackle Buck-a-roo 3/8 oz. & 1/2 oz. Sunfish and Perch for colors, w/ a Med Sucker.

For Largemouth Bass we used Northlands Fishing Tackles Reed Runner 1/2 oz. Tandem Spinner colors Bluegill, White Shad, & Bullhead..

12-14 ft, for all species..With a little rain wind and over cast day we smacked them!

Good Luck Fishing this weekend

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Old 07-13-2010, 01:07 PM
Bob_Loblaw Bob_Loblaw is offline
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A gold jawbreaker fished over the top of wild rice beds is dynamite for largemouth bass right now. And remember - there is no such thing as too shallow! I've caught a couple of fat sows in 2 1/2' of water this summer. Good fishing to y'all!
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