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  1. #11
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    My favorite is by far single pole vertical jigging. I do enjoy the thump unless it was like the other day when the fish would appear when i lifted my jig to move it. Then most of them swam away before i realized they were there.
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    Vertical jigging is where I get my thrills. Love that thump. Winter fishing is my favorite time to jig deep.
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    I like to sit in my Millennium seat with 4-8 rods out front and push double minnow rigs. Lazy man fishing.


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    Vertical jigging first then trolling cranks

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    No. 1 is watching the excitement of who ever else is in my boat that don't fish much catch crappie. Followed by Spider Rigging pushing minnow rigs or jigs.
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    I'm usually trolling 3 lines out the back, I think what you all refer to as "long lining". Casting to weed edges is the 2nd choice. Don't like dealing with live minnows so that's out for me.
    Yes, I was talking to myself; sometimes even I have to ask for expert advice.

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    I grew up fishing with a slip float and I still prefer that method especially since I developed my own indestructible slip bobber.

    Mike
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    I'm a single pole jig fisherman by heart. My second method would be fishing under the lights at night with multiple minnows out. I like dock shooting but I don't due it nearly enough.
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    Never seemed able to hold two poles and reel too...lol. Single pole fishing is what I do mostly. Whether vertical jigging or casting just one pole for me...
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    Vertical jigging is my favorite. Closely followed by dock shooting, even though I'm not very good at it. I've given dock owners a lot of free jigs.
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