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Hi there all you ifish junkies :shocked: Ready to try to win some fine Luhr Jensen products? Might be kwikfish or some other LJ products of Jennies choosing.
Here is what you do :grin: Go to the Luhr Jensen web page and search the Tech Tips Find the one for Eric's Prawn Rig and list on this thread the rivers and lake where Buzz Ramsey suggests these prawn rigs are effective for salmon.
Be the first and you are the winner :dance:

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It can be trolled, plunked or backtrolled in large rivers like the Columbia or Willamete, tributary steams like the North Fork Lewis and Clackamas, or terminal fisheries like Drano Lake or the Mouth of the Wind River!
 

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And I quote:

It can be trolled, plunked or back-trolled in large rivers like the Columbia or Willamette, tributary streams like the North Fork Lewis and Clackamas, or terminal fisheries like Drano Lake
or the mouth of the Wind River.

Kwiky
 

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It can be
trolled, plunked or back-trolled in large rivers like the Columbia or
Willamette, tributary streams like the North Fork Lewis and Clackamas,
or terminal fisheries like Drano Lake or the mouth of the Wind River.
 

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The Eric's Prawn Rig™ offers the right blade shape and blade color
combinations to maximize the effectiveness of your prawn. It can be
trolled, plunked or back-trolled in large rivers like the Columbia or
Willamette, tributary streams like the North Fork Lewis and Clackamas,
or terminal fisheries like Drano Lake or the mouth of the Wind River.

BlueWater
 
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