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Old 08-17-2015, 11:57 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default lake granby,shadow mountain lake, and grand lake

me an dmy brother are goin to granby to target big lake trout, with jigs. anyone have any advice on color, size, trailer?
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The usual 5 inch white tube jig! Leave the trailer at home unless the boat is on it, then I guess you will have to take it!!!
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Add a small piece of sucker meat.
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This is the time of year I would quit fishing for Big Lake trout,warmer water means fish are deeper and more susceptible to catch and release mortality
I would use the smallest jig you can get to the bottom with tipped with a small piece of sucker meat, keep a few small ones to eat and enjoy the beautiful area.
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This is the time of year I would quit fishing for Big Lake trout,warmer water means fish are deeper and more susceptible to catch and release mortality
I would use the smallest jig you can get to the bottom with tipped with a small piece of sucker meat, keep a few small ones to eat and enjoy the beautiful area.
^^^^^ Very good advice ^^^^^

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