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Jigging for Lake Trout with Smelt-Imitating Jigging Spoons

We’re back out here on the water with the boatless angler (yes on a boat again), and we’re using a special smelt imitating jigging spoon: the bigger of the Stingnose line.

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Jigging for Lake Trout with Smelt-Imitating Jigging Spoons

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From previous video adventures we know that the minnow version of the Stingnose preforms exceptionally well. But do the smelt versions? We assume that they’ll do well as the lake trout in the area are feeding on smelts, and these larger stingnose jigging spoons closely resemble smelts.

Today we’re fishing in about 14 feet to 18 feet of water along a nice break which drops down to about 40 feet here on Lake Ontario.

We hooked into our first laker in about 18 feet of water on the first drift!

Also, who thinks that thumbnail is hilarious? I sure do.

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Until next time, good luck and good fishin’!

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