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Just wondering what the latest report is up there. I am planning on coming up this weekend to give it a try provided everything goes as planned, any advice or tips to get me started?

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Bring a shovel and a good rope! Last weekend we received !2 more inches of snow and travel on the lake is tough. They have been plowing trails this week and all trails should be open by the weekend. Those of us that have been out there have been having good success. You wont have to worry about fishing around crowds because most people arent willing to work that hard for their fish. Larger schools of fish have been in 35+ ft and halis and genz worms on dropper rigs have been working best. Good Luck

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A dropper rig what you get when you take the treble hook off a jigging lure such as a swedish pimple and hang the hook from a piece of mono then attach where the treble was! approx 6 in of mono and a single hook are used most of the time and any vertical jigging lure!
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What is the advantage of using a dropper rig vs. a weight and hook??

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Thanks. Makes sense. I should try it on crappies sometime.

[This message has been edited by Brad Anderson (edited 02-05-2004).]

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