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Hot new lures for LOW

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What are the hot new lures and old stand bys for lake of the woood this time of year...

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Gold/Org.&.Hot.Perch..SALMO.Chubby.Darters.

Angel.Eye.Minnows..Gold.Hammered.&.Gold/Glow.

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Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson

Backwater Guiding
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Ed,
Thanks for your quick and knowlegabe advise to my two question. I can see you are a dedicated fisherman and enjoy the sport and what it all has to offer. I'm sure I'll value your input in my ice-fishing ventures. Thanks again and enjoy the winter

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Your.very.welcome.wmfanton.
There.are.lots.of.other.very.knowledgeable.LOTW.anglers.here..
Don't.just.take.my,word.for.it!
So.get.as.many.tips.as.you.can.from.the.crew.

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Ed "Backwater Eddy" Carlson

Backwater Guiding
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Don't foget to bring gold and rainbow colored buckshot spoons!
They worked great last weekend during the low light periods! Pound them on the bottom 4 or 5 times and lift them up about 18 inches and wait a few seconds, if a fish appears, "slowly" lift the lure up away from it and hang on!
Cliff

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CliffsGuideService-LakeVermilion.com
Lake Vermilion
Phone: (218) 753-2005

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The Angel Eye Jr. in the red/hammered gold is awesome! Also the gold/glow slender spoons from Custom Jigs and Spins. We took home our limits of sauger and walleye last weekend, all eaters. Caught around 65 fish, a lot of small ones with some bonus big boys!

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Matthew J. Breuer
Northcountry Guide Service
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[This message has been edited by Matt Breuer (edited 12-19-2003).]

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Number 5 jiggin Raps. chromeblack, blackgold, firetiger,orange and chartruse.

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