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01-06-2018 06:42 AM
kastmisser
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Originally Posted by ColoAngler View Post
I've used the Eagle Claw Nitro Crappie baits with great success. They beat the nitro trout baits hands down. I've not had great success with Gulp baits. But when I tip a tungsten jig, I like a 1" piece of a nitro worm -- and I'll tip it with a wax worm. If the trout steals the wax worm and I miss the strike, often it will come back to take the colorful nitro worm. I tend to fish smaller baits for trout. Just my preference.
That sounds like a great idea.
01-05-2018 10:07 PM
ColoAngler I've used the Eagle Claw Nitro Crappie baits with great success. They beat the nitro trout baits hands down. I've not had great success with Gulp baits. But when I tip a tungsten jig, I like a 1" piece of a nitro worm -- and I'll tip it with a wax worm. If the trout steals the wax worm and I miss the strike, often it will come back to take the colorful nitro worm. I tend to fish smaller baits for trout. Just my preference.
01-05-2018 01:26 PM
HockyPlayer I just picked some of the Pink/White colored ones up. I'll let you know how I do after the weekend!
01-03-2018 03:44 AM
jeffreeg
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Terry Wickstrom talks about using it for ice fishing in his latest Denver Post article. I was wondering how it compares to mealworms or waxworms. Anyone try it side by side with live bait to compare which works best? I'm especially wondering how it works on kokes.
Did that in Oregon on diamond lake. Both caught fish but worms performed better.

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11-16-2017 08:13 PM
_colorado I've tried it for a couple of seasons with no success through the ice; however, 3-4" Gulp minnows off the bottom at ice out? Lights out!
11-16-2017 06:45 PM
slayerfish
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I saw a Chad LaChance show a while back where he used them for stockers. But, a bare hook may work for those. I may pick some up and see if I can out fish Slayer.

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Bwahahahaha-
11-16-2017 02:27 PM
rvinson
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I saw a Chad LaChance show a while back where he used them for stockers. But, a bare hook may work for those. I may pick some up and see if I can out fish Slayer.

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He uses them like every show on almost every species LMAO That's why I think of him every time I hear GULP
11-16-2017 02:15 PM
Shoe I saw a Chad LaChance show a while back where he used them for stockers. But, a bare hook may work for those. I may pick some up and see if I can out fish Slayer.

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11-15-2017 01:09 PM
leg I have good luck them in open water, not so much under the ice. I may try some smaller sizes this year and see if that helps.
11-15-2017 12:21 PM
Pathway I did extensive side by side testing with Smelly Jelly and maggots many years ago and found no difference in catch rate or size of fish. This was mainly on bluegill and largemouth. I used small Berkley gulp minnows last winter at Vega when the bite turned off and still caught fish. Why deal with maggots in the cold when you can use artificial baits.
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