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Best Froggin Lake in Michigan? This might be up there
(01-22-2022, 07:41 PM)Bigbass101 Wrote: Well, I'm not sure what happened to my long reply.  lol  Some how it got lost.  I'll try again in a shorter version.  Wipers a cross between a striped bass and white bass?  I'm definitely putting them on my bucket list.  Going to spend some of these winter days trying to see what the best methods for catching them are.  Sorry my long reply got lost, but now I'm realizing how faint my memory is as I try to retype what I had. 

I noticed there wasn't much in the Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana boards so I tried to give some reports from this past summer.  I like to record them in video form whenever possible.  Plus, I have some older friends that can no longer get out fishing and they seem to enjoy them and brings back memories of being on the water.
Thanks again for the info on the Wipers.

Not sure why it does that but we see that ever so often but I've never seen it happen when you hit the black, "New Reply" button at the bottom right.
Yes, wipers are a cross between striped bass and white bass. There are a lot of methods that people use to catch them around this area but my favorite method is trolling cranks, they hit like a freight train and you better have your rod in a holder, with the drag set or they can pull the rod right out of your hand, I like to use Berkley flicker shad.

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RE: Best Froggin Lake in Michigan? This might be up there - by wiperhunter2 - 01-22-2022, 11:57 PM

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