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Heading up to Winni the first week in January and will be staying at Denny's Resort. I have only fished the lake once, and you could have put a plain hook down and caught the jumbo perch. Just wondering what the "experienced" fisherman of Winni have found that works best. Thanks for any help, hope to see you up there.

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Buckshot Rattle Spoons - Gold, Silver. 1/8 ounce and up.

Jigging Raps - Perch color, silver black, gold black, blue and silver. Any size. Except the real big ones.

Gem Eyes- Any color

Plain jig heads- Any color Tip with minnow.

Plain Hooks- Tip with minnow.

As you can see anything will work.

But I like the the Buckshots best. Use a minnow head on there.

If there real picky I go to a panfish jig with maggies or waxies. Genz worms, Fat Boys, Bro Bugs, and that new Genz Bug looks good to. T-bone the waxie on the Genz bug, the head sits in the mud and the waxie looks like a larvae in the mud and the perch suck it up.

You will catch eyes when using these methods also. Thats why I like 4lb. Vanish on my perch rods. I fish Winni over dozen times a year and guide there with a buddy and this is the system we set folks up with.

Good Fishin,

Trapper

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      If you live on the lake from what I have seen and heard they put the boasts ok n when nobody is at the ramp checking. So much for the great inspection, no decontamination after leaving the lake, that's a major issue I see. So far I have not seen any of the inspection crew at other lakes. Nobody on Constance, Buffalo or South ramp of Maple lake.
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