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iv never pulleyd a walley through the ice i need pointers on catching them day or nite what jigs and what bait di i use

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first, you gotta be at the right place at the right time...

try tip-ups rigged with fathead minnows. For jigging, I've had luck with jigging-raps and a minnow head on the bottom treble or a swedish pimple/spoon jig with a minnow head.

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Tip-ups baited with whatever minnow is working best on the lake you are fishing work very well. A bait shop close to the lake that you will be fishing will be able to tell you what minnow is selling the best, which is a good indication as to which bait is the best. Set the tip-uo depth so that your bait will be around 6" to 16" off of the bottom.

Use a #2 red bait hook with just enough split shot weight to keep the minnow down on the bottom.

On most lakes you cannot go wrong using any gold colored jigging spoon on your jigging rod. Perch and silver colors are also good options. Use either a whole small minnow or at times just a minnow head for bait.

Keep your presentation close to the bottom most of the time.

If possible, try to get out with someone who knows the ropes. This will really cut down your learning time!

Good Fishing!

Cliff

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