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A warm Hello and happy fishing to all the locals, and non locals at URL. We are planning on comming up on these dates listed for a good fishing experience I hope. Just wondering if Kellp_p has some advice for us on what to use for jigs and bait. Also wondering what the bite is usually like this at that time of the year. We are going out of Hudecs, and staying in a sleeper considering we have ice still.....lol What a year this is. Any advice from any of you locals and guides and what not would be greatly appreciated. Also, I think I have the impression u like the Big Captain, will have to bring a bit of that fro ya in place of that good info........Thanks very much and good luck to you all........Brian

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Brian, you can buy minnows at West Wind, Hillmans and Hudecs may be selling them too. Use Walleye sized glow jigs tipped with a whole minnow or just the head. Try some small jigging spoons especially if they glow. Hudecs has a good selection. Hudecs houses are in good spots , but if possible bring some portables and move around durring the day, it will keep you busy and could certainly pay off. I was up last weekend and caught most of my fish on a glow jig/minnow fished 18 inches off the bottom under a ice buster bobber. Remember the pike as well and the area that holds the Crappies and Perch will also hold the Pike!

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You should try and make it to the lake on march 2nd for the upper red lake crappie contest. Its always a good time.

Lots of prizes to be had

I cant wait.

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The others have said it just fine. As far as jigs/hooks/minnows just use what you think will work. The days that I can find my tackle box I dig through it and pick something that just feels GOOD. smile.gif The days I can not find my box I use whatever is in the back of the truck. Fishing should be fun. It beats work all to h***. I do not believe in making it complicated. Life is hard enough with out making fishing like real life. grin.gif
NINETOE,
I hate to embaress both of us but my tackle box is an off red color,,,,not green like we both thought. grin.gif

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Thanks alot NinetOE, and Kelly_P. We will be bringing portables, and FL-18's along so I hope for this to be a greta enjoyment for myself and my son for sure he is only 9. Thanks alot again, and I appreciate the help. As far as the crappie tournament, we arent able to get there until the 3rd, I know we are missing out but there is always next year................ smile.gif

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