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Jimmy from Cottage Grove

Minnow Vs. Minnow Head

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So what do you guys feel is more productive the minnow or the minnow head? I always use the full minnow. Some people swear by just the head though. Any thoughts? What do you like Kelly?

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Everybody has their own way of fishing. Every way works as long as you're in the right spot at the right time. cool.gif

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When the fish are active and agressive full minnow and when the lookers but no takers go for just the head. Now don't cut the head of with a razor blade, make it as messy as you can, "mini-stink bait"

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Everybody has their own way of fishing. Every way works as long as you're in the right spot at the right time.
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That is the honest to god truth!

Right spot. Right time. Doesn't matter what you fish with.

What is a minnow anyway? 90% of the fish I've caught this winter on Red have been on some sort of plastics.

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Hanson, arn't minnows the smelly little things that die and get all fuzzy?????

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Hanson do you tip the plastics with a minnow?

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