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Loading up for a fish fry #13205037 07/05/19 12:18 AM
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My buddy Kenneth Kennedy need some fish for a fish fry this weekend.
They are drawing the lake down in a hurry but we still put 50 dandies in the boat.
All fish caught in 30ish foot of water half way down .
I was using hand tied Naked Tackle jigs , Ken minnows.

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Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: Buff2] #13205056 07/05/19 12:41 AM
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Nice job!


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Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: Buff2] #13205847 07/05/19 11:17 PM
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Great day and pictures. I don't have LiveScan but what I think I'm learning is that crappy don't seem to care what size the
jig head is,...Watching the pictures posted I see a lot of bigger jig heads, I guess that the bigger the jig head the easier to
see jigs on LiveScan,... hooked





Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: JIM SR.] #13205877 07/06/19 12:01 AM
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Originally Posted by JIM SR.
Great day and pictures. I don't have LiveScan but what I think I'm learning is that crappy don't seem to care what size the
jig head is,...Watching the pictures posted I see a lot of bigger jig heads, I guess that the bigger the jig head the easier to
see jigs on LiveScan,... hooked

I have never had the patience to wait for any head to sink less than 1/8 oz
If it is windy I bust out the 3/8 oz

This has been my plan long before livescope


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Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: Buff2] #13205900 07/06/19 12:32 AM
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Think I'll start trying some bigger jigs, ....I always thought smaller was better... noidea





Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: Buff2] #13205932 07/06/19 01:11 AM
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Nice fish. thumb




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Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: Buff2] #13205981 07/06/19 02:07 AM
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That's some nice catchn right there especially with those conditions.....

Sound like you've got'um figured out......


Jigging; it's faster than chasing a minner in a bucket!

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Re: Loading up for a fish fry [Re: JIM SR.] #13206124 07/06/19 11:41 AM
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I don't go smaller than 1/8th either. If the fish want the slower fall, I simply keep my rod tip up, and lower it slowly.

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