Best Ice Jig Line
Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Line recommendations for using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.
Sufix Ice Magic
$2.99 – 3.99
Lower Prior Lake (MN)
Lake Monona (WI)
V Vang reported catching Panfish / Bluegill using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Sufix Ice Magic on Lake Monona. Additional comments from this report: "Monana Bay this year has been decent. A lot of bluegills being caught. If you are marking and you not catching, downsize. I typically fish Clam drop series jigs and go down to 1/32 and size 14 hook if they are swimming by and not biting. Red spikes are a better choice and a smaller profile than wax worms. There is always a lot of pressure on the bay and the triangle, but you can still find some good ones mixed in. "
Mallard Lake (IL)
MDOoutdoors reported catching Yellow Perch using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Sufix Ice Magic on Mallard Lake. Additional comments from this report: "In the deeper points of Mallard lake, you can expect to find tons of 4-5 inch perch littered in every hole you go to. I caught at least 30 perch through the ice on a 3 mm ice jig tipped with a spike on a 24 inch ultralight pole and 2 lb test."
Berkley Trilene XL
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Medicine Lake (MN)
Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Panfish / Bluegill using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Berkley Trilene XL on Medicine Lake. Additional comments from this report: "First ice and Last ice is the best fishing, with the temps rising and the snow melting it is bringing oxygen and warmer water into the shallows,. Locate a shallow area and use your camera to find green weeds. Drill out the area and I have been Using My Garmin live to stay on the fish.It is better to have the holes drilled to not spook them in the shallow water. Drop down and use a bouncing action on the jig, if they don't hit right away play keep away with them by pulling away very slowly. Tip the jig with a waxie or a Maggot or a plastic. Good Luck! "
Upper Pine Lake (IA)
Nick Saul reported catching Panfish / Bluegill using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Berkley Trilene XL on Upper Pine Lake. Additional comments from this report: "We didn’t have a ton of luck but it didn’t sound like anyone else did either. Caught 2 perch, 2 bluegill, a smaller large mouth, and a catfish. All were on a kenders jig (pink) with a wax worm. I caught all mine about 25ft off the bank around a lay down. 10 foot of water."
Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon
Sturgeon Bay (WI)
Sam Korducki reported catching Lake Whitefish using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon on Sturgeon Bay. Additional comments from this report: "Whitefish were out on deep contour breaks. We were fishing a contour that went from about 40-80 feet pretty quickly. Gold and flashier colors seem to do well on the bay. Bottom pounding baits was also key. Slider rigs tipped with wax worms seemed to outfish normal spoons and jigging raps. "
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Higgins Lake (MI)
Omnia Community Member reported catching Yellow Perch using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon on Higgins Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Was fishing the flats near drops. For our tip ups we just ran blues, got a few flags but nothing every got stuck to the hook. We caught a decent amount of perch no keepers. But whenever they did come threw. They pretty much wanted it deadsticked and tipped with a spike or Waxie. We did have one hit a minniow on a spoon though. Bite window was mid day or right before and after sunset for us. "
Medicine Lake (MN)
BecomingMinnesotan reported catching Yellow Perch using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon on Medicine Lake. Additional comments from this report: "I mainly fish from the West Side but tried to see what I could find coming from the north. Check Navionics for structure. I stayed between 15-20 feet working points and steep drop-offs into flat basins and found perch. I would use a rattling spoon to call them in tipped with wax worms. Today they didn't want to bite so I sized down to a tungsten jig. After trying several other colors (white, motor oil, and green pumpkin) I was able to start catching them on a pink plastic."
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cmahon2005 reported catching Crappie using the Ice Fishing Jigs technique and Sufix Ice Magic on Lower Prior Lake. Additional comments from this report: "17 ft of water, hordes of bluegills and crappies in the weeds. They were rising up 3-4 ft to hit my tungsten. I started with a Fiskas Wolfram tungsten jig with a eurolarvae, and then when I started to run out of bait I switched to a Clam Maki Polli plastic in the chartreuse color."