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I normally troll a curly tail on a Jig Head tiped with minnow, worm or leach.  What kind of tackle should I use for vertical jigging?  Would you expect 12 to 15 feet to still be the depth?
 

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I'd start with some jigging spoons.http://tinyurl.com/bun8b Id also have a second pole jigging with a twister tail. No reason you cant jig with 2 poles at once(Make sure you have a second rod stamp)

This is what I would do.


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Jay_In_Parker said:
I'd start with some jigging spoons.http://tinyurl.com/bun8b  Id also have a second pole jigging with a twister tail. No reason you cant jig with 2 poles at once(Make sure you have a second rod stamp)

This is what I would do.


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Thanks Jay, I'll give it a shot. I'll be out there on weekends. I'm in the 22 ft Suntracker with the Green Camper Top. See you on the lake.
 

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By the way Jay

Where's the rest of the C:fishing file???

I have a great video of a crazy spring fishing adventure at Chatfield last year.

Right on the swim Beach......
 

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I don't fish Chatfield but I'm pretty sure 12-15 ft isn't deep enough. I'd guess 35-60 ft.
 

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There is a series of breaks and humps that drop into the basin on both the north and the south side of the dam. We usually vertical jig spoons in 30-35 feet of water. Any deeper than that and you stand the chance of rupturing the walleyes air bladder!
 
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