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12-19-2019 12:48 PM
LostFedExMan
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Originally Posted by tangler View Post
Your jig heads look real nice. Throw a waxie or a mealie on there and you're in business.

When you tie your knot, pull it so that your jig body rests as horizontal as possible, and dead stick it.
Sweet, thank you!

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Originally Posted by Fordo View Post
Little Tough Guys by Gitzit. My all time favorite Ice jig. I canít put a number on how many slimers, browns and Lakers Iíve seen caught on these. Flip the package to make sure your getting 1/8th ounce and not the 1/16. They are Total murder tipped with just half a mealy, waxy or power worm. You can fish the 1/8 ounce up 65í deep on 10 or 15lb braid.
My other favorite was the Foxy Jig by Blue Fox which was discontinued several years ago for some dumb reason


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Awesome!!! Thanks for the info, I'm going to see if I can find some this week.

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Originally Posted by itsabigun View Post
not sure if they are still available but the old ice lasers used to catch some good fish.
I'll have to see if I can find what you're talking about.

Made a few more jigs (added as attachment), hoping to get out the Sunday after Christmas.

On another note, I was able to get out on black Friday, caught some fish and accomplished the goal I set for myself that day. I'll post it up in the reports section.
12-10-2019 06:51 PM
itsabigun not sure if they are still available but the old ice lasers used to catch some good fish.
12-10-2019 02:52 PM
ronco Fordo, PM sent.
12-10-2019 11:26 AM
Fordo
Most successful ice lures/jigs for trout?

Little Tough Guys by Gitzit. My all time favorite Ice jig. I canít put a number on how many slimers, browns and Lakers Iíve seen caught on these. Flip the package to make sure your getting 1/8th ounce and not the 1/16. They are Total murder tipped with just half a mealy, waxy or power worm. You can fish the 1/8 ounce up 65í deep on 10 or 15lb braid.
My other favorite was the Foxy Jig by Blue Fox which was discontinued several years ago for some dumb reason


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11-22-2019 11:37 AM
tangler Your jig heads look real nice. Throw a waxie or a mealie on there and you're in business.

When you tie your knot, pull it so that your jig body rests as horizontal as possible, and dead stick it.
11-21-2019 10:45 AM
LostFedExMan
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Originally Posted by Bronco View Post
Split shot, red hook with glow green wild living eye
Above pattern has been known to out fish Slayer a few times.
If its a Kasty bit I just sit and watch him catch fish hate those damn lures.
I'm gonna make something like this tonight. Sounds cool

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Awesome thanks - never used kastmasters on the ice and will give them a try this winter.
I've had good success on katsy's also, just never tried the chrome/orange color. I'm gonna have to get one...


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I also HIGHLY recommend a swedish pimple, the flutter action that displays is very enticing to fish especially perch and crappie.

Good luck out on the ice this season, hope you reel in some biguns!
Agreed. I've had good luck on the swedish pimple for trout


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Where do you intend to use these flies? The non laker ones.
Mostly around the front range lakes between Buena Vista and The Springs.
11-21-2019 10:23 AM
tangler Where do you intend to use these flies? The non laker ones.
11-21-2019 08:30 AM
Dr Cro
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Originally Posted by Pitbull44 View Post
Awesome thanks - never used kastmasters on the ice and will give them a try this winter.
I also HIGHLY recommend a swedish pimple, the flutter action that displays is very enticing to fish especially perch and crappie.

Good luck out on the ice this season, hope you reel in some biguns!
11-21-2019 07:59 AM
Pitbull44 Awesome thanks - never used kastmasters on the ice and will give them a try this winter.
11-20-2019 04:14 PM
Bronco Split shot, red hook with glow green wild living eye
Above pattern has been known to out fish Slayer a few times.
If its a Kasty bit I just sit and watch him catch fish hate those damn lures.
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