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    in reply to: IGLs #2084358

    Just checking how you did this weekend Matt?

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    in reply to: IGLs #2084678

    Quote by: mattcondon

    Stickman, do you mean the outlet by that little developement or the stream that flows out of southeast corner? aslo, that ditch by vick’s is one of my usual spots. thanks

    Matt,
    I am talking about the dam at the southwest corner of lower gar. I mile east of Perkins resturant. My dad lives 2 houses to the east of the dam and says on sunny days they are thick. Shoot em up!!!!

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    in reply to: IGLs #2084798

    Try and the outlet on the south end of lower gar. I have also done well in the north ditch on Hwy 9 about 1/2 mile east of Vicks corner. Good luck and shoot a bunch of those craps.

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    in reply to: gulp alive bait #2084926

    I have had mixed results with it. Sometimes it out produces live bait and other times not. I will say it’s a must have in every boat if you do alot of drifting/trolling/jigging live bait rigs. It’s also a very good back up if you would run out of live bait. The best part is, you can catch multiple fish on one minnow and they last a long time if you keep them stored properly. Just make sure when you are done fishing to take them off your hook and return them to storage or throw it away. When they dry up they shrink and turn hard and you have to cut them off your hook. I made that mistake once and it won’t happen again.

    Otherwise, they are a must have and well worth the money in my opinion.

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    I have always had my best luck trolling dare devils in the lakes area. Just get out early in the morning and late afternoon to get around the lake lice. Millers bay has been good for me above the weeds. I haven’t tried center lake in years, but back in the day I used to hammer them their. Maybe someone can shed some light on how it is today. Dare Devils and a live chub under a bobber worked will then. Most of them were 3- 5 pounds with the biggest over 10 pounds. Mostly along the west and east shoreline. 😕

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    Quote by: jnohava

    it was a great tournament 89 fish weighed in a 191 total lbs 132 anglers and over 400 prizes given away see you next year and check out Bigcatanglers.com for the other tournaments that are coming up jeff nohava

    I tried to check out the website and it seems to not exist?

    The website is http://www.bigsiouxcatanglers.com

    Make sure you turn the volume up. You can hear Jeffy’s favorite song in the background. Hey Jeff, did you ever figure out who unhooked your boat trailer at Carr’s landing the other day?? I heard about that 😆

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    Try again. I would love to see it!!

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    I would say go to Spirit lake, spencer, emmetsburg, or estherville area. All of these towns have plenty of lodging available and enough public hunting in the area to make you puke (literally). With some knocking on doors you can probably get some private as well.

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    You should have no trouble. Actually the river is pretty low for this time of year. We could use the rain!!
    Good Luck.

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    I would have to pick a green 3/8 oz. jig and target walleye. It can also be used 12 months a year.

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    in reply to: slug gun #2096228

    I use a mossberg 500 20 guage. Have had it for 16 years and never had any trouble in the snow, ice, and bitter cold. I also have a mossberg rifled barrel and shoot winchester platnum tips. Many guys in our group have now switched from semi auto to pumps because of a few dreams broken due to the malfunction of the semi auto in extreme weather. A big deal for me is the location and large saftey on the Mossberg. The saftey can easily be turned off and on with large gloves on which all others can be more difficult. Mossberg is very affordable and gets the job done every time in my opinion.

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