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jigging spoons

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i was wondering what size and color jigging spoons work the best on the pond? with rattles or without? i need to replace abunch of mine the got rusty from a leaky basement that i didnt know about for awhile (dam plugged up gutters) frown.gif

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I did real well on the Scenic Tackle Go Devil in 1/16th ounce in glo red. Got Perch 5-12 inches and walleye 12-30 inches. catches all.

They have them at Prince's Bait and Paul at Appeldoorn's has them also.

Good Luck

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I like scenic's assortment. I generally pick lures by the name Rattlin Varmint--Little bugger-- Angel Eyes and anything with Demon or Devil, ratso shrimpo.Scenic has a good walleye assortment. I generally rig the assortment and see what works.

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I like to use a 1/16 red forage minnow with just the single hook and a also a 1/16 green and gold forage minnow for perch.

And an orange eye dropper don't know what size.

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Swedish pimple's my friend, swedish pimple's. I have caught more fish on a swedish pimple on mille lacs then any other spoon or setline combined. There are many good colors, check em out.

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