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  1. Good information Exude, thands. I've had pretty good luck with Bill's in the spring. I've fournd slow retrieve seems to be key with them. I'm having trouble finding more Bill's worms around. I live in Duluth, but do get to the cities. Doe's anyone know where I can find more?
  2. Doug, I'm heading into snowbank this weekend. Are the smallies still up shallow, or starting to move deeper? I was planning on bringing camo and chartreuse tubes, any other colors or things you'd suggest? thanks! tinski
  3. 2 lines a jig with a slip bobber on the side sounds like a real nice set up.
  4. I also like to use a spinning outfit for worms. 6 ft. with 8lb. mono. It's probably a lot lighter than most people fish, but I don't fish tournaments and I enjoy the lighter tackle and have lost very few fish to line breakage. I usually use a a lighter bullet weight because I like the slow sink. Has anyone tried the Florida rig bullet weights? I'd like to try those this summer.
  5. Thanks for the info guys. I think I'll stick mainly to the powerbait for now and just try 1 package of the gulp.
  6. I like to use a lot of plastic worms and lizards in the summer. I was going to do the annual spring stock up this week and wondering if anyone has tried any of the GULP products yet? If so, what do you think of them compared to other soft plastics? Thanks for your thoughts, Tinski [This message has been edited by tinski (edited 04-20-2004).]
  7. Smallmouth is the way to go! It seems like you can also get by with a little more light weight equipment when fishing for smallmouth, which makes the fight even better.
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