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A little walleye jiggin action

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Casey brought me out in his boat for some evening walleye chasing! After a bumpy ride out we set up drifting along a reef in around 17 ft. Casey said that glow jigs were working good, so I tried one of his, it worked pretty good! I ended up getting six! Thanks Casey, good job getting me on the fish! :mrgreen:

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Nice looking pics Mike! You ready for ice fishing or what?!?

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