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I see everybody on here talking about minnows, any one use night crawlers ice fishing?

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Marge Gunderson bought Norm some in Fargo that he was going to use on Mille Lacs, but I've never seen a real ice fisherman use crawlers.

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I have never used them through the ice. I suppose you could take pieces and use them for panfish but I don't think they will work for Wallys. Stick with Shinners and Fathead.

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Had some in the refrig. couple years ago that I took to LOTW for a joke with a group of guys. They caught eelpout real well!! LOL

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I've used them before, and the little redworms. They work for perch and gills, but I'd rather use waxies or euros myself.

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I've used pieces of crawlers and worms ice fishing for panfish. The conventional ice fishing baits seemed to work just as well or better for us (waxies and spikes). I've heard of guys having success for wallys with them, but I've never tried it.

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crawlers work great for sunnies-crappies. Had some left last year. Out fished most of the guys using waxies!!!

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