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Tulibees

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I was wondering if anyone has been fishing for tulibees in the area.

Years ago we use to catch a few on Ida but it has been a long time since i really tried for them up there.

Thanks.

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There is still alot of snow out there where I fish. When the work schedule changes here next week I may get out there and try. We'll have to see if I'm going to need an extension first.

Usually they don't bite to well this early, give them another couple of weeks and things should pick up.

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Thanks for your reply winchester. I'll be on Ida this weekend again fishing crappies but they really haven't started biting till late. Thought maybe trying for tulibees durring the day while i wait for the crappie bite.

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How much ice do you have, are you using an extension?

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It must be about 36". Just short of needing the extension on the strikemaster.

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