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Best Ice Spoon Rod

Omnia collects thousands of detailed fishing reports from anglers across the country to power our local recommendations. Here are the top Rods recommendations for using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique mentioned in fishing reports from anglers near you.

13 Fishing Tickle Stick Ice Rod

$39.99

Reported by
Travis Newville

Bald Eagle Lake (MN)

Travis Newville reported catching Walleye using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Tickle Stick Ice Rod on Bald Eagle Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Walleyes are not as hard to catch on this lake as you think. Cover a lot of water and hole hop with spoons. This one hit without it being tipped with a minnow head"

Reported by
Kail’s Fishing Reports

Fish Trap Lake (MN)

Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Crappie using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Tickle Stick Ice Rod on Fish Trap Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Use your Electronics to locate the basin fish. I was using my Garmin Live to locate the fish but a flasher will work just as good. Look for soft bottom as the fish are eating bugs. Fish just above the fish and try a cat and mouse approach, by using the keep away, just keep pulling it up and make them follow. I like to use braid with a short piece of mono with a small swivel attaching them or by tying the braid to the mono. If you are fishing at night make sure to use a glow light to charge the jigs. Tip the middle treble with a waxy or a minnow head. Hold the spoon and always put the bait on the back side of the spoon in the middle. "

Reported by
Sam Korducki

Alkali Lake (ND)

Sam Korducki reported catching Yellow Perch using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Tickle Stick Ice Rod on Alkali Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught some nice perch on humps. Small spoons were key in getting these fish to bite. "

13 Fishing Blackout Ice Combo

$24.99

Reported by
Sawyer Schugel

Piersons Lake (MN)

Sawyer Schugel reported catching Crappie using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Blackout Ice Combo on Piersons Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Evening crappies again with sunnies mixed in. Shut off around 6:30 pm. Bite window seems to be 2-6 pm. Caught a couple pike as well. Jigging in 6-10 feet looking for holes in grass along a flat. Jig until one shows on the vexilar and then dead stick and they'll eat. Flutter spoon tipped with wax worm and crappie nibble."

Reported by
Kail’s Fishing Reports

Mille Lacs Lake (MN)

Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Walleye using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Blackout Ice Combo on Mille Lacs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Mille Lacs is one of the best walleyes lakes in the upper midwest. Do some research and look for areas that are away from the crowds. Use your lake maps to locate small humps-reefs and hit the edges during the day and on the break and top in low light days and at night. Use your electronics to locate fish and move around. Tip your spoon with a minnow head, when you cut it off break the air bladder. I like to use braid with a short leader of mono, but you can use mono the hole way, the suffix ice braid does't hold water like normal braid. Good Luck!"

13 Fishing Wicked Ice Combo

$34.99

Reported by
Sawyer Schugel

Piersons Lake (MN)

Sawyer Schugel reported catching Largemouth Bass using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Wicked Ice Combo on Piersons Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught a bunch of big bass through the ice! Focusing on areas with high concentrations of bluegills and crappies and submerged vegetation. The lake is pretty much a bowl with no change in structure along the weed edge, so locating baitfish is important. Fishing from 6-10 feet of water while jigging a wonder bread and perch colored flutter spoon tipped with wax worms and power bait crappie nibbles. Surprisingly enough, The crappies were pushed in shallow as well. Limited out on sunnies and crappies very quickly as well using the same gear mentioned above. Caught close to 15 bass with the biggest pictured above at 5.4 pounds (my buddy's PB!) the video also features me catching a 4.6 pounder as well. Extremely fun day on the water! Looking forward to the ice getting off (hopefully soon) so we can start hammering some bass and fishing some tournaments!"

Reported by
Luke Loewe

Mille Lacs Lake (MN)

Luke Loewe reported catching Walleye using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Wicked Ice Combo on Mille Lacs Lake. Additional comments from this report: "Caught this nice 25" early ice Mille Lacs walleye jigging in 20 ft. Bait color didn't matter too much, livescope helped me see them come in and get them to bite👍"

Reported by
Kail’s Fishing Reports

Lake Osakis (MN)

Kail’s Fishing Reports reported catching Panfish / Bluegill using the Ice Fishing Spoons technique and 13 Fishing Wicked Ice Combo on Lake Osakis. Additional comments from this report: "Mid Winter Ice Crappies, Look for structure close to a basin area and use your electronics to locate a school of active fish. Use a minnow head or a waxie and drop down to them. If they are finicky drop down to them and jig your spoon as you pull up, play keep away. Tip the minnow on the spoon on the back side in the middle, if you need to take the hook off and turn it around so it is. The bigger Crappies are normally tords the bottom of the school."

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