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12/27
Fished Skadsens
25 perch 1 eye between us
Coudln't find many aggressive fish
1 caught on minnow head, 3 caught on small minnows, the rest on small jigs & waxies
12/28
Black tiger
22 perch 11 eyes
very light bite even with spring bobbers it was hard to tell when they picked up the bait
the guys with the camera's did better than most, when they saw the fish mouth the jig set the hook
12/29
Black tiger
18 perch 4 eyes
Very good day for me
12/30
windy very windy
The group fished black tiger I fished along hwy 20
me = skunked
group = 8 eyes 16 to 20"s
4 perch
12/31
black tiger
18 perch, 1 eye

As I said the guy's with the camera's did the best.
It was my first outing with the new LX-3 & I loved it. the zoom is awesome I'm heading out in the morning to try it on some crappies the kids found this afternoon.
All week I had tons of lookers but not many takers.
If I jigged too much they lost interest, too little they lost interest, found my best action slightly wiggling the smaller jigs ON the bottom.
Best jigs
1.Moonglow/waxie
2.Gentzworm glow/waxie
3.gentsworm gold/waxie
4. hali/waxie
5.glo devil red w/dropper moonglow
6. fatboy/ waxie
7.forage minnow/minnowhead
8. small minnow splitshot plain hook
9. jiggin rap w/ dropper
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Good report, Thanks!

Have you tried the Chubby Darter CD-6 in the Hot Perch (HP) or the Gold Orange (GMO) yet? They have done very well with them up on the timber and on the flats in late wnter.

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haven't tried the chubby's yet,
every time I find some their out of the styles that I want
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Email me and I can send you info on where to get them cheaper then anywhere, off the net.

Or look on my web site in the Chubby Darter review article, the link is there.

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