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I am not very familar with the area and i was just wondering what lakes around Duluth are good for ciscoe and what techniques are best to find and catch them.

Thanks in advance

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Ciscoes tend to inhabit deep, cold lakes. They are an easy bait to use in the winter because they are kept frozen and you don't have to keep them alive in water to use. The most common ways to use them is with a quickstrike rig under a tip-up or by using a head or tail to tip a jig.

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