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Old 01-17-18, 09:32 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Aardvark View Post
What do you use to catch deep water Big Canoe trout, anyway?
You can catch them about as many ways as you please.

Streamers, nymphs, emerergers on a dry dropper right now, jerkbaits, crankbaits, spinners, trolling, deep diving crankbaits, hair jigs, soft plastics, trolling crankbaits, trolling spoons, vertical jigging spoons, literally any way you can think of. Shiny and moving.

The problem is more finding them in open water than what they are willing to eat.

I wouldn't be looking deep at the moment though. It's just tracking the depth and having an idea of the points and ambush spots.
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