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Fish more!
Toss a small spoon and treble hook tipped with a redworm. Snag your anchor rope. When you get a bite, any size bluegill fights like a musky.
weedlines, drop offs, small flashy lures with piece of live bait, open beverage and let partner catch'em all.
Yes!
slip-bobber+live bait to locate-then small jigs or flies until exhausted!!
Fish when you can, work when you have to :)
Remember, those ice jigs work year round, and great on the finicky ones, with a little waxworm.
Flyrod,porcupine quill, cricket,structure, net,repeat,repeat,repeat,repeat,repeat,repeat,repeat, repeat,repeat,repeat,repeat,repeat,filet, eat
Kickboat (easy chair fishing). Fly Rod, many flies. Fish deep, fish surface. Enjoy your surroundings
the correct lake, the right vegetation, micro jigs, power baits, at least one good friend. you cant lose.
Fish often. Have fun. Always keep an open mind. Improvise and have patience.
T-h-a-n-k-s for all of the great advice. Tight lines!!!
whole nightcrawlers on a #6 hook

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