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Wookiee

Frogs

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Boy were they migrating to the lake in Shakopee this morning. Get out those jigs and start draggin. Hard not to decorate the tires sick

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The fun is about to begin!

I have read all about the big Frog Migration from numerous sources and it sounds like it can be very productive. When deciding where to fish on a particualr lake how do oyu know where the frogs are migrating to?

What bait works best around here?

Will rapalas work well also? (jerk baits, shallow runners)

Depths?

I have a plan to attack a metro lake tomorrow to see what is going. Any help is appreciated.

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If you see the frogs on the road migrating from the marsh to the lake, then get out the rod and hit the shallows. The eyes can be sitting in just a few feet of water at this time. Crankbait, jig or rig and frog should produce.

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No doubt, the shallow bite will start soon.

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