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Stop at Hondah and get their hand made flies in the black/gold and light brown/gold.They are awsome at Big Lake. I perfer Cresent lake better but that is rainbow powerbait/chart flake mixed does well also.There is a hole about 35 yds due west from the dock at Cresent that holds the big ones.Dont be affraid of the weeds there.Good luck
 

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agreed with del, i also use small cranks that are about an inch and a half long in the same colors, and the bumble bugs.
 

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Slow troll Crickhoppers, Bumblebugs, and even Z-Rays or Super Dupers.....I like to put a ¼oz split shot about 2 ft up the line on the crickhoppers and any other small rebel cranks to help get them down deeper. I have the best luck with the darker colors...IE: Black Crickhopper...seems to work the best for me.
 

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See Love's post above and add wooly worms in olive drab, 1/4 oz Z-rays in gold w/red and rapalas (#3 & #5 brown trout and rainbow trout patterns) prefreably the Countdown type.


Vary your speeds constantly and make lots of circles and figure eight patterns. Stay close to the shore near dawn and dusk.
 

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1:Cowbells with a 12-18' leader w/ 1/2 night crawler. Best.

2:Kastmaster silver/blue

3:Zrays trout imitation/or gold w/ red dots

Just came back from there. No real reason to stick with anything other than cowbells. Try Crescent while your up there.
 

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:mad: Last November, we were up at Big Lake trolling the 1" Kastmasters in gold & silver, and a friend caught a Cutthroat 2" shy of the state record ! The fish was 26" long and weighed just under 6lbs ! We also caught numerous other Cutts & Brookies ! It was a great trip !
DD :mad:
 
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