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Redbellied dace
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Anyone ever use red bellied dace minnows for fishing?

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Posted on: 5/3 16:37:33
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Re: Redbellied dace
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I will catch all my walleyes on them in 2 weeks up in ely. I always have called them rainbows. Work great!

Posted on: 5/3 17:19:16
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Re: Redbellied dace
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Woodsman wrote:
I will catch all my walleyes on them in 2 weeks up in ely. I always have called them rainbows. Work great!


Ya I guess thats what most people call them. Ive never used them fishing but, I use to catching them all the time in a creek when i was kid so on saturday I stop there to checked to see if they still run up that creek and sure as heck theyre still there.

Posted on: 5/3 17:42:52
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Re: Redbellied dace
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For the most part ee use them on a 3/8 oz jig head this time of year

Posted on: 5/3 18:49:43
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Re: Redbellied dace
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I guess Ill have to get a few and give them a try
How about mud minnow ever try them?

Posted on: 5/3 19:23:35
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Re: Redbellied dace
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No feed the seagulls with the mud minnows

Posted on: 5/3 19:55:36
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Re: Redbellied dace
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I don't know what you are talking about walleye and smallies will take a mud minnow in a heart beat

Posted on: 5/4 18:30:25
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Re: Redbellied dace
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Good to know I never have used them. I have got them on accident at the bait shop in with other minnows. Always just killed them threw them over. I'll try one next time.

Posted on: 5/4 20:04:02
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Re: Redbellied dace
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Are the mud minnows you're talking about the same as sticklebacks? If so, I agree with Woodsman, feed the seagulls. Rainbows are a great bait.

Posted on: 5/5 11:56:44
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Re: Redbellied dace
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Rainbows are a great bait. From my experience, COVER THEIR CONTAINER. I found out the hard way that they jump a lot - especially if a bubble is present........picking up 15 dozen dried rainbows off my basement floor the next morning is a lesson well learned. 😜

Posted on: 5/5 21:20:39
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