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I went out again in search of those elusive eyes. I got to said lake 30 min before dark. I immediately started throwing my go to bait now a days a grub(I have lost so many jerk baits and I starterd throwing 4 and 5 inch grubs and it pays out when the jerk bait bite is tough) I hooked up immediately with a huge eye it was still daylight, she got closer and closer and I could see the hook in the corner of her mouth I tried to baby here in. But no chance she swam away without a pic. I had five more bites and two hook ups both males in the 20in range and milting all over. This is a diff lake and they just started busting the shallows. I castes out deeper from the splashes and was reward. Here's the only pic
 

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Nice! Way to be persistent. Funny, I rig up a 5" grub on my second rod as well until the temp hits 50 or so then switch to a senko as my smallie fish finder.
 

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I got skunked last night except for a few small bass. You can also swim a 5" or 7" fluke on a 1/4 oz Darter head.
 

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I have never tried flukes for walleye only 4 and 5 inch paddle tail swim baits. But I will keep that in mind thanks Neal.
 

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Nice work! Sorry you lost the big one... always rough.

The flukes have treated me well, definitely worth using. Never quite gotten the hang of the grubs. Maybe because I have confidence in what I am using and no confidence in them... Always get stuck in the rocks pretty much immediately... Mind sharing what size jig head you use? I always assumed small for slow presentation, but like I said... I don't know what I'm doing there.
 

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For my grubs I prefer 1/16 ounce with a longer shank. I find I have a lot more hooks ups with the longer hook.
 
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