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What is your go to jig?

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I have been using the Genz Worm jig for close to 15 yrs now and has always produced fish. Everything from Walleyes to Perch to Crappies to Northerns. Everything seems to bite them.

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2 hours ago, otterman91105 said:

Mine would have to be the forage minnow for both walleyes and crappies.

+1  I am starting to diversify, but for years at least one of my two lines was a forage minnow

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1 hour ago, rl_sd said:

+1  I am starting to diversify, but for years at least one of my two lines was a forage minnow

+2

Another one I’m getting to like is Clam’s Blade Spoon.

Rattling Flyers are always with as well.

All are basically the same family of baits but one of those will outfish the others most times, depending on the lake.

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Perch painted Jigging rap. I have been using for eyes and jumbos on devils. The lure never comes off always have one ready to go. I have used for crappies also.

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Perch painted Jigging rap. I have been using for eyes and jumbos on devils. The lure never comes off always have one ready to go. I have used for crappies also._20160103_135632.thumb.JPG.ed40c04276244a861021207e7a423882.JPG

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I prefer a weasel spoon with a smaller red treble. Gold with a blood line really turns eyes for me and crappies seem to like the flash but I've had high success on most colors and patterns. Eye dropper would be my second go to

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Clam Drop Kick jig has been my favorite go-to panfish jig for a few years now.  Even caught a couple of lake trout on it.  For walleyes, tough to beat a Northland Buckshot spoon or the Lindy Rattlin Flyer spoon

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