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    Curious if any one is willing to share what tackle they use on hidden lake for lake trout. Fished 3 days with no takers, we did mark a few fish on the flasher, but they turned their nose to what we were offering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoose35 View Post
    Curious if any one is willing to share what tackle they use on hidden lake for lake trout. Fished 3 days with no takers, we did mark a few fish on the flasher, but they turned their nose to what we were offering.
    Haven't fished Hidden in many years, but my go-to offering for hard water lakers is a 4 inch white tube jig.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoose35 View Post
    Curious if any one is willing to share what tackle they use on hidden lake for lake trout. Fished 3 days with no takers, we did mark a few fish on the flasher, but they turned their nose to what we were offering.
    So out of curiosity what have you been presenting to those lakers? And where have you been fishing? Cause hidden lakers are pretty easy to catch, generally speaking. But what frost bitten said is always a good place to start. As well as spoons

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    Quote Originally Posted by akwchil View Post
    So out of curiosity what have you been presenting to those lakers? And where have you been fishing? Cause hidden lakers are pretty easy to catch, generally speaking. But what frost bitten said is always a good place to start. As well as spoons
    I tried white jigs, 1" up to 3", with bait and without. (fresh shrimp). I also tried a few spoons. I fished in several spots on the lake, out in front of the creek, by the point south of the first 2 islands, second to last point on the south side, and all around the big island. 20-60 feet of water.
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