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ike's tackle

this week turned in some nice fish the biggest fish i know about was 10lbs 2oz what a pig.he caught it pitching plasticts up by the dam.im glad to say he let it go.as the water warms up the bite will get alot better.for nice numbers of eater saugers start in 18-20ft.of water using brighter colored hair jigs tipped with a fat head minnow.ill try to keep you updated.stop and say hellow. good luck. ike

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Eric

Thanks IKE. See ya soon. Tuesday????? cool.gif

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Moses2531

Woulda been nice to get a couple of those eater Sauger... We went down there last week over our spring break and didnt even get a nibble... I thought we were doing the right presentation, but shows what I know... The boat next to us got one nice walleye (17") but thats all we saw...

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walleyeguy7

Did the bite heat up at all in the last couple days? confused.gif

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jigginjim

This early in the year I fish Red Wing,jigging very slow, keep bait almost crawling on the bottom. Also look to slow moving water, or areas where fish can get out of the current. Use these few things and your cath rate should be better.

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Jacob

The boat came out today and went to Wilcox first for a hour then to Redwing for a couple of hours. A few saugers and a fun 10lber flathead. The river is just where I like it, into the trees. Saugers were all over 8'-34'.

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SupaMan

Me and my boys did real well with the saugers and Walleyes today... Caught a good limit... We cant ask for anything more... What a fun day it was... Yalls need to go down and enjoy the walleye/sauger fun~!

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