Green River Star -

By Fred Uhrich
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Jigging techniques for ice fishing

 


I like catching and releasing a lot of fish and the trout I catch average 15-22 inches.

I like to stay in between 10 and 20 feet of water with a few drop offs in between. Structure is a big part of it. If I find this depth of water with drop offs on the inside turn of a point, and going into a small bay, all the better. This is the type of area to find feeding fish as they cruise by looking for a meal, and a point is where you will find me fish 65 percent of the time.

Good times for catching trout on clear ice with lots of light and oxygen are from dawn to 9 a.m., and then 3 p.m. to dusk...



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