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Old 07-16-2008, 09:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Do any forum members use glow-in-the-dark spinners or spoons w/ any success out here for trout/musky/walleye/pike at all? I hear about glo tube jigs for lakers, that`s about it. Anyone use a little glo on their lures?
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Nope..........only on my rod tip. Hobby lobby............glo paint mixed with chartreuse paint works well painted on about 4" of the tip.................if you night fish that is.
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I use those colors quite a bit when i'm ice fishing...not so much during open water...
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I use glow in the dark jig heads for walleyes...although i cant tell you if they work better than ones that dont glow. if anything, i never catch fish on glow in the dark jigs i just charged up---only when it isnt glowing that much and has dimmed down a little.

they look cool though
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I use glow in the dark walleye assassins for early season walleye. Charge em up wif the flash light and hammer them
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ABSOLUTELY

I use glow in the dark paint on spoons for trout and lakers as well as some on jigging spoons in the fall for walleye. Did well last year on Pueblo with a homemade jigging spoon painted white with a glow in the dark dorsal stripe.

I've also done well putting a glow in the dark dot where shad usually have a black circle behind the gill plate.

Rapala X-Raps also glow in certain colors (Purple Princess and Clown Color both glow I believe).

It doesn't have to be blindingly bright. Certain bait fish give off a quick "glow" when they are being chased (especially in saltwater) and that's why it works so well.

ever hear of glow in the dark walleyes?

http://www.nokomiseast.org/yard/ligh...inthedark.html
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ever hear of glow in the dark walleyes?

http://www.nokomiseast.org/yard/ligh...inthedark.html
Very interesting! Thanks
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Absolutely, Over half my arsenal for icefishing glows.

Particuarly in the spring 'eyes find watermelon glow jig heads very tasty!
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