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When you go -YOU GOT TO GLOOOOW.

They work the best

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Shhhhhh-It's A secret (red)


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When the fish are biting anything glow will work. Those times when it gets hot you want something that will drop to them fast. I like the northland rattle spoons with the glow, also the forage minnow fry. 3-4 pound test is good with a med/light rod, these crappies are bigger than most of course. The angle eye in any glow pattern is good. Good luck.

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nothing beats the angel eye EXCEPT:what ever jigglestick is usin smile.gif how about say we test your claim this winter pwaldo. side by side in my portable----keep your stick on the ice---jigglestick--

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Might have to be a 3 way contest. Early last winter I lost my favorite hook from the past 2 years and didn't know who made it so I couldn't replace it. I found out who makes it so now I have 2 dozen of them. smile.gif

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well i can't speek for for pwaldo, but your no match for me. it's simple, your to busy to fish! grin.gif any way it don't matter what you use, as long as i can keep my bearings straight:O them fish are toast.

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Nothing beat the pink/glow angel eye or small teardrop glow jig or plain hook and minnow last year. What's really cool is taking that same angel eye up to lake of the woods during the day, except the gold hammered seems to be best there.

Don't be afraid to use bigger minnows or lures than normal. These crappies don't seem to mind big. They also bite better towards/after sunset.

I'm going to have to give those glow devils ScottS is talking about a try this year. What do you think kelly?

Ok, kelly what are you holding out on us? What did you find now?

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Contest? How about adding our fish house there too! Hmmm, we should probably be next to Paul and down from Jiggle's house where the augers go flyin grin.gif

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i will never here the end of that will i. listen if it ain't tough enough to pass that little test, i don't want to use it. besides it wasn't flying. it was falling.. with style!!!! i guess you could say it really bounced back from that one smile.gif

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You should contact the company that made your auger and tell them that you are an experienced "field tester"...wouldn't THAT be a great job smile.gif

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For that one moment in time jigglestick could have ben testing anything with him. Tie rods, suspension, parachutes,etc.etc. smile.gif
When he was done the auger could have been great for those awkward holes in the corners of houses that you can never get your auger into. grin.gif
Phelps Tackle has something new (?) that I haven't seen before. Glow Tubes that you can put on your hook or line. I think they will work real good when the fish are biting light. The red has a real good glo.

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