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Heading up this weekend for my first winter attempt on Mille Lacs.
What color(s) swedish pimples and jiggin raps should I have in my box for this lake? I have a full color run of angel eyes and glow devils.
Thanks much!
Oh, I'm fishing out of Dickies, and I think most of my fishing will take place on the SE end of the lake.

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I use Perch pattern Nils Baby Shads during the morning and day, #3 or #5 Glo Jigging Rap at low light and Fire Tiger Rap works during daylight too, The 1/8 oz. Weasel Glo/Chart is killer at any time of the day or night, the SUMO's and 'Eyes love 'em.

I'm using Glo Devils this Sat. on the mud for the first time this year, they have been so awesome for me on other lakes this season I'm sure they'll be great on the Pond too.

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I use Perch pattern Nils Baby Shads during the morning and day, #3 or #5 Glo Jigging Rap at low light and Fire Tiger Rap works during daylight too, The 1/8 oz. Weasel Glo/Chart is killer at any time of the day or night, the SUMO's and 'Eyes love 'em.

I'm using Glo Devils this Sat. on the mud for the first time this year, they have been so awesome for me on other lakes this season I'm sure they'll be great on the Pond too.

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Gold has always been good to me on Mille. I also raised a few fish on blue/white AE jr. At night switch to a glow pink and white (which actually glows orange and white) AE jr.

If you have time pick up some KastMaster spoons (gold) and give em a try.

Hope I answered your ?, better yet I hope you catch some eye's.

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