1. jigging lindy frosty spoon tipped with wax worms and crappie nibblers in 16 ft of water

    14 in. Yellow Perch with a Lindy Frostee Jigs

  2. caught on an ice fishing jig tipped with wax worms

    18 in. Walleye

    1. Dave Jerry 0
      Yes sir
    2. bonus!!!
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  3. yellow perch and bluegill with lindy frosty spoon tipped with wax worms abd crappie nibblers

    Yellow Perch with a Lindy Frostee Jigs

    1. Dave Jerry 0
      Like Jason Mitchell said, love a perch that pulls drag
    2. nice fish.
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  4. fishing in 16 ft. of water using lindy frosty spoon with live minnow, night bite

    Black Crappie with a Lindy Frostee Jigs

    1. David Wheat 0
      I'm interested in the Big Eau Pleine Resevior
    2. Dave Jerry 0
      Depends on the lake, if you are fishing for big crappies look fo deep basins 30 ft plus, crappies are usually suspended, caught our crappies after dark, many lakes ...more are different
    3. Dave Jerry 0
      No, don’t give out where I catch fish, sorry
    4. David Wheat 0
      If you don't mind giving some tips to a relocated Southerner, I'd appreciate it. I''m not catching anything but small walleyes.
    5. David Wheat 0
      R U in the BEP?
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  5. 22 1/2 inch saugeye on a panfish popper PRO ice fishing pole with 3 lb test line, hook and minnow, and also about 30 crappie, kept a few crappies

    22 in. Saugeye

  6. using my showdown ice sonar and ice fishing rods, fishing in 45 ft of water, fish were suspended 12 to 20 ft

    13 in. White Crappie with a Lindy Frostee Jigs

  7. fishing about 6 ft deep in 12 to 16 ft of water, caught about 30.

    15 in. White Crappie

    1. Gotta love bigs slabs like that! 👍🏻👍🏻
    2. Bob Desgrange 0
      They would fit nice on a dinner plate. Good job
    3. Rick Carey 0
      nice fish ..
    4. Dave Jerry 0
      don't give out lake names. sorry
    5. Dave Jerry 0
    6. T Sen 0
      what was the water temp where you are?
    7. Johnny Russell 0
      what lake?
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  8. Grandson starting to take interest in fishing, caught his first 2 legal bass in wisconsin trolling flicker shad, he wanted to keep these to eat and he did

    18 in. Largemouth Bass with a Berkley Flicker Shad Crankbait

    1. that a cool picture
  9. tried drifting with night crawler harnesses, using leaches and night crawlers (no luck) switched to flicker shads and trolled at 1 to 1.3 mph, caught over 25 fish, ...more crappie, bass, walleye, perch and even bluegill, kept these to eat.

    19 in. Walleye

    1. tony sivak 0
    2. Buddy Pierce 0
      nice work.
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  10. caught about 40, kept these, bluegills were 8 inches up, crappies from 9 to 12 inches

    Bluegill and crappies

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Originally from the Hayward Wisconsin area, now I live in Kentucky, fished all my life, to me figuring out how to catch fish and the challenge ...more is what it’s about, don’t like to say where I catch my fish. Now I am retired and have more time to fish, so game on.

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  • Species Walleye, Saugeye, yellow perch, bluegill and crappie
  • Waterway Won’t say, sorry
  • Lure Any