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jwmiller33

hot lure for eyes on gull lake

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im heading up there this weekend to gull lake to do some walleye fishing and i was wondering if anybody could recommend some lures or jigs that they have had success on with the eyes

also, any recommended jigs or lures for big pike?

thanks all

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Northern Stearns

6" red/white Daredevil tipped with a crawler

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Traxxx

JW,

The new Lindy Rattling Flyer has been a great spoon so far. I use the perch color in the 1/8th oz size tipped with the head of a shiner. Also the Northland buckshot rattle spoon is another reliable one. The smaller ones in glo-perch for the walleyes and the biggest size in silver shiner for the pike.

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deerwoody

6" red/white Daredevil tipped with a crawler

crylaughcry

If you are on fish and not getting em dont forget your jiggin raps or darters either

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brainerdwalleye

red demon w/head or red hook w/shiner, bigger the better

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Northern Stearns

Bigger is always better....I mean if you want to catch big fish. The demons usually only work at sunrise/sunset when the first light glimmers off the red plastic eyes.

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jwmiller33

traxx---awesome!!! you are da man!

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ps i owe ya a beer

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Dano_the_jigasaurus

I have been doing well with a white Gamakatsu with a rainbow (deadstick/bobber) and jigging either an imposter spoon (orange) or a 3/16 firetiger lindy rattl'n flyer.

Pike-- suckers under a tip up...weeds edge

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