Ice Fishing Lures

Ice fishermen demand lures that produce, regardless of whether they’re after jumbo perch, big walleyes, pike, trout, crappie, bluegill or any other fish that swims under hard water. Ice fishing lure types consist mostly of tiny jigs and spoons, which can be used plain or tipped with live or dead bait for extra attraction. Because ice anglers are “anchored” to a spot, fish attraction is also important, making lures that create sound and vibration key to a productive day on the ice.

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The Lindy Slick Jig features a weight-forward design that maximizes glide and the ability to pound bottom to stir up debris and call in fish. The p... [ Read More ]
The Lindy Tazer recharges glowing lures with a high-intensity light charge. [ Read More ]
The Lindy Toad is the ideal bottom pounder. Great for shallow water fishing and weeds. Larger side profile highlights colors. [ Read More ]
A jig is probably the most important bait an ice angler has in the tackle box. Ice fishermen know that jigs have to be tough and reliable all the w... [ Read More ]
A jig is probably the most important bait an ice angler has in the tackle box. Ice fishermen know that jigs have to be tough and reliable all the w... [ Read More ]
A jig is probably the most important bait an ice angler has in the tackle box. Ice fishermen know that jigs have to be tough and reliable all the w... [ Read More ]
A jig is probably the most important bait an ice angler has in the tackle box. Ice fishermen know that jigs have to be tough and reliable all the w... [ Read More ]
<p>The Wally Talker, which can be matched with a live minnow, a minnow head, larvae or plastics comes in a 1/8- and ¼-ounce sizes and ... [ Read More ]

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