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    Good way to round out the season

    With impending rain and warming temps, caught this eastern NE hog. Good way to round the amazing season.

    #2
    That is a pretty eye. Well done!
    "Man should fish for sport. I don't fish for meat. Fish meat is practically a vegetable" --Ron Swanson

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      #3
      Thank you thank you. Love seeing these pop up and returning them back after a quick pick so somebody else can have as much fun as I did.

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        #4
        Great job.

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          #5
          Nice fish

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            #6
            I must have missed the memo that the season was ending!??????



            Daryl B.
            Daryl Bauer
            Fisheries Outreach Program Manager
            Nebraska Game & Parks Commission
            daryl.b[email protected]
            http://ourdoornebraska.ne.gov/blogs/category/barbs-and-backlashes/

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              #7
              I think the end is a ways off. Keep fishing. 👍

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                #8
                Do u mind telling me what you were using? Going to try to go after some walleye tomorrow, any tips appreciated

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                  #9
                  I will say I try for walleyes with jigging Raps and various ice spoons. But for me, 90% of the walleyes and bass over a couple pounds have been caught on a teardrop and wax worms. The reason for that could be that I haven't mastered the cadence or color they are looking for. They won't tell me.
                  Mike - LaVista, NE

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                    #10
                    I was using a 1/16 Oz (Tungsten) Clam Ice Jig (Orange/Black/Gold) with 3 Wax worms. Other Walleyes that I have caught this year in NE have all been from regular gold colored 1/16 Oz jigs and wax worms. (shallower areas after dark) im assuming as the season drags on the walleye are starting to look for shallower gravel areas for spawning. Good luck

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