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early june on leech

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Last year was first time on lake? Going this year in Mid-June. What are some good live bait rigs that work well for that time.<BR>Mostly trolled rap's last year had moderate luck. Any comments greatly welcomed<BR>Thanks

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Live bait rigs would be jig and bait combination or lindy style leaders with minnows crawlers or leechs also the leaders with a spinner blade in front of the hook produce and can be used with the same bait combinations as above. also on the lindy style rigs the addetion of a small bead infront of the hook can improve there performance. Good luck<BR> Dan<BR> Lake State Taxidermy & Guide

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Live bait rigs would be jig and bait combination or lindy style leaders with minnows crawlers or leechs also the leaders with a spinner blade in front of the hook produce and can be used with the same bait combinations as above. also on the lindy style rigs the addetion of a small bead infront of the hook can improve there performance. Good luck<BR> Dan<BR> Lake State Taxidermy & Guide

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I also would like a little info on Leech.The company I work for is taking us to the Steamboat bay area for a long weekend the begining of june.What would be some good areas to fish?Specific colors?or any proven tactics would be helpful.It would be great if I had a head start on the rest of the guys. grin.gif<BR>Thanks in advance

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If you are going to leech lake some of the best fishing is in Sucker Bay. You can start at the area by Goose Island and then go to Ottertail point. We have stayed at Bayshore Resort at the north end of Sucker Bay. Roman and Rose Frigge run a great place and we have used Gary Trimble as our guide. We have never failed to limit out on walleyes with Gary. We will be up there the 2nd of June and have Gary on Sunday and Monday.

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