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Michigan Fishing Tips Stick Sinker Rigs

Stick sinker Michigan Fishing     This is a good set up for running your bait slow off the bottom. The end of the sinker will slide rather easily across the bottom without getting hung up in every small weed patch. I run about .3 to .5 miles per hr. electricly, or use it with a fast drift. A 3/8 oz. size will work well at 12 ft or so. Use a gold #2-4 wire hook. They bend out of the snags and the gold flash seems to attract more walleye on a consistant basis.

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