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RawDogging

March 24th, L.O.W.

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RawDogging    0
RawDogging

We're heading up to LOW this coming weekend, just wondering what color is working best? gold still? thanks in advance for any info!

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Wobbler    0
Wobbler

I have been fishing the rocks and it really has not mattered what the color has been. I have a half pink half gold Rock and Roll that has slaughtered them the past 2 weeks. My brother used green and caught tons, our buddy used gold with the same results.

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were you doing alot of jiggen or dead sticken., what was working best for you ., thanks

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Went out of Zipple, had GREAT luck on the gold jigs in 26 feet water, check out my story on other post ~ hope you are as fortunate!! When we fished, found they just look at the bait if we jigged, so turned off the Vexilars & left 'em sit in the hole ~ the bobbers didn't stay UP long! GL ~

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Went out at Long Point on Saturday. Fishing was slow in the morning and early afternoon. Caught about 15 fish from 8-4 for two guys. Then at about 4 the fish put on the feedbag. Caught at least 35 fish from 4-6:30. Got our 8 keepers easy and threw back alot of fish that would have been keepers had we not already had our limit. All walleyes only caught two small saugers and no perch. No big fish either all keepers were between 15-18 inches. Fished in 25-27 feet moved around when it was slow. Marked fish all day but for most of the day fish would follow your jig up two sometimes three feet, move very quickly after it, and then would put on the brakes, look at it for 5 seconds and head back down. Caught a few here and there from 8-4 but like I said they started snappin at about 4. Ran out of bait otherwise we would have kept catching fish until dark. Wish we would have had one more scoop of minnows. Our mistake. Ice was in good shape and little wet and slushy in spots but could drive everywhere with a 4X4. Great trip and the weather was awesome.

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