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walleyman88

lake of the woods

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hey im goin ro lake of the woods on the 7th of dec for early ice walleys and i have never been there be for can any one tell me what jigs spoons and colors i should bring with me ?

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Gold is the color for LOW, angle eyes are what I like.

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Yepper good old gold is a staple for sure thru the seasons on this big pond. Walleyeman I'm gonna bump a post of mine from 5 years back that you and others who have'nt expierienced the LOTW may find useful. A generalized babble in regards to winter fishing up this way which still has some relevance. Give it a read and then fire away with some specifics if you'd like. We have a whole lot of well versed LOTW winter fisherman on board here that have the gift of gab.....Sometimes anyways!

Regards.....fiskyknut

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Fisky: Even those of us who have been there just a couple of times still benefit from your wisdom and insight, thanks for bringing it back up. Lakes were frozen solid today from Floodwood to St Cloud. Not walkable ice for sure but maybe there's hope. As you mentioned once it rears up, settle in for a long winters nap. Have a great Turkey Day. Bill

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Fisky: Even those of us who have been there just a "couple of times" cool.gifstill benefit from your wisdom and insight, thanks for bringing it back up. Lakes were frozen solid today from Floodwood to St Cloud today as I headed back brom chasing the bamblies. Not walkable ice for sure but maybe there's hope. As you mentioned once it rears up, settle in for a long winters nap. Have a great Turkey Day. Bill

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Must have stutter stepped on the Submit Key, gettin' shaky in my old age. Bill

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