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    Does anyone have any experience Ice fishing for sea-run dollies? I was thinking about drilling some holes in a local lake that has a great sea-run dolly fishery in the fall, but wasn't sure if it is even worth trying in the winter. I've heard dollies over winter in lakes, and also at sea. Any information is appreciated, thanks.

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    try small piece of shrimp or good salmon roe on a aero jig in bout 10 feet of water! good luck

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    4 inch chrome crocodile with blue stripe, jig a foot off the bottom.
    "If your not the lead dog.... the view never changes"

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    I second the aerojig. I have done really well fishing aerojigs in 5-10 feet of water.

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    if you are in 10 Ft of water lay down with a plastic bag over your head an look a led head blue fish hair an paint the led head blue an white eyes
    they will all kinds of stuff watch an enjoy an get some fish egg shels will lighten up the bottom also

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