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Tullibee bite?

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Has anyone hit the tullies yet this year on mille lacs? I am having troubles catching the eyes so I want to get some tullibee.

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I had 3 this morning off of Resort flat in about 28 ft of water. First ones I've caught, they were pretty fun to catch and watch on the vexi.

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I was up saturday and my buddy caught a 16 incher in 32 feet of water. he said it was swimming around his bait for about 5 minutes before it finally took his minnow.

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Got all mine on waxies. They were just weird. They would run up 4 ft above the bait then zoom down below it a couple times then finally hit it. As fast as they were moving I thought something was wrong with the vexi.

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well it sounds like they are turning on. I'll report if i hook into any in the next couple weeks. grin.gif

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