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Ron Burgundy    0
Ron Burgundy

Does anybody use leeches through the ice? How about gulp leeches? I wast thinking of maybe 1/2 of one for pannies?

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Redbeard5289    0
Redbeard5289

Haven't seen teh gulp leeches before..where can one find those in Rochester?

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gowhenyoucan    0
gowhenyoucan

I think you would be better of with waxies or plastics designed to be fished through the ice. Small with plenty of action. You'll never get sniffers with lifeless plastic.

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sodajerk    0
sodajerk

 Originally Posted By: Redbeard5289
Haven't seen teh gulp leeches before..where can one find those in Rochester?

Fleet Farm in Roch has Gulp Alive! leeches in 3" and 5" (I think) and minnow grubs in a couple colors in 2" and 3" sizes for sure, and maybe more lengths.

They have a bunch of the Gulp Alive! stuff on an aisle end cap in the fishing section and some more of it in the aisle with the Gulp pouches.

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Ron Burgundy    0
Ron Burgundy

FF Gander and even Wal-Mart have the Gulp Leeches. I used them on the Root a couple times before the flood and tore up the smallies. Just slowly bouncing them along the bottom. Maybe I'll try the panfish leeches that I've seen at Gander.

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