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Best Ice Spoon 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 Spoons technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

Sufix Ice Magic

$2.49

Reported by
Sawyer Schugel

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Sawyer Schugel reported catching Crappie using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Sufix Ice Magic on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "Can't say enough good things about the sufix ice magic fluorocarbon ice line. Fishing for crappies in crystal bay on Lake Minnetonka. Didn't catch many crappies but this pike had it completely swallowed, even on 3 pound test that line held up. Probably my favorite line that I've used ice fishing for sure. Fished from 6am-12 pm and crappies only bit from 6-7am. Was extremely slow, fished anywhere from 12-35 foot of water and only found a few of them. They were not necessarily schooled up. Still fun to be out! Omnia doesn't have the clam tikka minnow, but that was the better bait today, just a natural perch color."

Reported by
Yang

Long Lake (MN) (MN)

Yang reported catching Crappie using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Sufix Ice Magic on Long Lake (MN). Additional comments from this report: "Crappies came cruising every 5-10 minutes at the drop off 18 ft."

Reported by
Jon Krumsieg

Lake Bemidji (MN)

Jon Krumsieg reported catching Walleye using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Sufix Ice Magic on Lake Bemidji. Additional comments from this report: "I have found the key to fishing Lake Bemidji is to get away from people. The areas that houses load up on are good but the fish get pushed off of those areas as more houses appear."

Berkley Trilene XL

$9.99

Reported by
Kail’s Fishing Reports

Lake Minnetonka (MN)

Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Crappie using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Berkley Trilene XL on Lake Minnetonka. Additional comments from this report: "Basin Crappie Fishing in the winter is a fun way to catch numbers of fish, I like to find the basin and drill out the area where the break stops. Use your electronics to locate the fish, they are normally suspended and dusk and dawn are the best but this bite normally goes all night. Tie your jigging rap directly to your line with mono and go up about 2'-3' and tie the barrel swivel then to your braid. tip your jigging rap with a small minnow head or a wax worm or euro larva drop down to just above the fish and start jigging. good Luck!"

$9.99

4lb / Clear

$9.99

6lb / Clear

Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon - EOL

$6.99

Reported by
Dylan Sluis

Upper Red Lake (MN)

Dylan Sluis reported catching Walleye using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon - EOL on Upper Red Lake. Additional comments from this report: "First time getting out to Red Lake late ice. Had a tun of fun and caught my limit fairly quickly. Caught my fish in around 14ft of water. There was about 25in of ice when I went out. Fish were still very aggressive which surprised me as it is late ice. Caught my fish on a Clam Leech Flutter Spoon and a Clam Tikka Minnow(3/16oz). Work the baits aggressively as that what they seemed to like. I also caught a 22in walleye on an I Fish Pro which was cool cause you don't catch a lot of walleye 20+ inches on Red Lake."

Reported by
Joe Ponessa

Lake of the Woods (US) (MN)

Joe Ponessa reported catching Walleye using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon - EOL on Lake of the Woods (US). Additional comments from this report: "Plenty of action out in 30-31 feet, roughly 3-3.5 miles off Pine Island from the south shore. Mostly small saugers, but having good electronics was key to seeing larger walleyes suspended 15-20 feet down chasing large schools of emerald shiners. Kept enough decent keeper sauger/walleye for dinner and released 3 nice slot fish (20-22 inchers)."

Reported by
Stephanie Lawson

Big Rice Lake (MN)

Stephanie Lawson reported catching Yellow Perch using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and Sufix InvisiLine Ice Fluorocarbon - EOL on Big Rice Lake. Additional comments from this report: "On 12/9/21, this Lake had approx 6-8" of ice. Had the wheeler out on it. Because this lake has a max depth of 5 feet, interesting enough you fish it like late spring ice. Drilling multiple holes in the reeds and on the outer edges of clumps, you'd find very healthy 9-12" perch and good eater size walleyes were extremely aggressive for the rattling spoon as well. My 4lb test held up but may want to go up a size. Had to deal with many pesky pike as well. Green/gold was the favorite color tipped with a tiny chunk of minnow. Tight lines!"

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