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Big Creek Lost Lake Help!

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I just got back in from lost lake tonight and ended up catching 4 crappies my self and my brother caught 3 crappies. we were catching them on waxies and just a plain colored jig. there was a guy that caught 50 in about 6 hours there and we went over to his holes after he left and they were just all over the vexilar. i ended up catching one there at his holes and then we left. i am just curious if anyone has fished it before and what jigs seem to work best. any info will be helpful as i am going to go out all day saturday.

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Nip,

Gold is good, but I've had my best luck with an orange/black marmuska. Might want to downsize if they're fussy. Try the very smallest marmuska. I'll try to rememember to bring one for you tomorrow morning.

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Rod Bender, that sweatshirt in your picture looks awfully familiar. Do you coach at Ballard High? I graduated from there in '96. We may have to do some ice fishing the next time I am back in town.

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Hey highlifer, i also attend ballard high, i am a sophomore right now, and rod bender is my math teacher so yes he does teach there.

kinda cool

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try multiple waxies on your hook, vary your speed of jigging, or just let it sit still for a period of time. there must have been some trick, or technique that he was using to catch those fish. change, change until the fish tell you they like it.

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I just moved to the area from NW Iowa and have only tried lost one time last week and only caught 2 small bass. Where in general are you guys catching them. I was in the second bay by the trees. Any help would be great.

Thanks

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