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    Caught these 3, my first this spring on a Bob's Jigs .8" white ice fluke on a #10 sickle hook with a pink thread head. Tipped with a Slabinator scent stick. Lots of bites, lost a few good ones in the brush by the shore. Smallest 7", biggest just over 8".Name:  IMG_20210406_184243_burst_01.jpg
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    Good post. Won’t be long before their size and numbers increase.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MCG1 View Post
    Caught these 3, my first this spring on a Bob's Jigs .8" white ice fluke on a #10 sickle hook with a pink thread head. Tipped with a Slabinator scent stick. Lots of bites, lost a few good ones in the brush by the shore. Smallest 7", biggest just over 8".Name:  IMG_20210406_184243_burst_01.jpg
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    where is Branch?
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    Branch is on a tree Branch, Michigan between Baldwin and Walkerville in the "sticks".
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    Fish Tacos there!
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    Caught another to add to the tacos today. Retrieved my lost Rocket bobber that broke off last night. Great bobber for the conditions. I was able to cast accurately with distance into the wind and bites were easy to detect.

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    Real nice! Nice to see the colder states start to wake up for fishing - time to catch up a little with other areas of our country.
    Bob
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