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ike's tackle

the water is cooling off and the bite is picking up.the walleye and sauger are starting to move from the lake to the river.the bite is starting to go back to live bait.the water temp. on wed.was between 65-69deg.as the water cools start using ikes hair jigs tipped with a minnow start in 10-15feet of water.as the fall bite gets into full swing ill try to keepyou up to date for more info stop at ikes in redwing. good luck IKE

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Chipes

Ike,

When you mean the bite is transitioning from the "lake" to the "river" what do you mean. Sorry if this is a dumb question. Can you give me some general coordinates. what do you mean by "lake" and "river". Thanks.

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g'eye pilot

Ike, can you also comment on the time of day? Has there been a time of day that seems to be the most productive?

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ill try to answer your questions.every fall when the water temp.drops the sauger and walleye move up river towards the dam.we beleve the warmer water attracts alot of bait fish and the fish like to put on some wait before winter.morning is probly the best time.but when the bite is real strong like spring and fall ive had great luck all day long.try a brite colored ikes hair jig tipped with a minnow.im going out saterday ill give you a up date then.good luck IKE

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hanson

Quote:

When you mean the bite is transitioning from the "lake" to the "river" what do you mean?


Lake = Lake Pepin

River = Mississippi River up to the Red Wing Dam

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chris lake is pepin river is up to the dam.im going out saterday ill give you a up date then.good luck IKE

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