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canvasback kid

angel eye jr's?

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coming up next weekend, just wondering if those angel eye jr's are still avail anywhere up there, I live in Duluth and they are no where to be found here. Are they as good as everyone says up there?Thanks

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My best lure is a beat up forage minnow the green side is all wore off and the enamil is chipped but it still out fishes everything else i have. I put a brand new forage minnow on my other line and it just sits there. Jigging seems to scare them away my best luck is just letting it sit when you see fish.

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yep I agree with Halad I like the blue one myself but yes I have had my best luck with
them REDRIDER

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halad made a good point in that jigging could be scaring them away. My Dad tests new spots for me and getting 6 to 9 a night. He does not use a flasher and he said that every crappie he has caught this winter has been on the line he is not jigging. Could people be seeing crappies on their flashers and moving their hook to tease the fish but only scaring the fish away????
The red Phelps jig has been doing good enough the last week that I hae started handing them out to my customers.

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Kelly i noticed that last here any sudden movement of your jig and they were out of there. but i guess to think aboout it all the big pike in that lake if i was a crappie id be skiddish of sudden movement too.

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Thanks alot guys, I will definately keep this info locked in. Thanks again

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We also have the Angel Eye Jr., Glow Devils and the Fat Fry Jigs (assorted sizes and colors), all by Scenic Tackle. We're located in Blackduck, south of Upper Red Lake.

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Kelly - I am glad to see the jigs are working. Those Glow Red Tick and Snake Jigs have been working well. Just brought up a bunch more to Hillman's. Good luck.

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