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#12272656 - 06/01/17 06:38 AM Lures/Colors
Texasbass96 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 05/31/17
Posts: 1
I'm fairly new to bass fishing and I've been fishing this spot for about a week. I've caught a few small ones in it but I was wondering what type of lures/Colors would work best. I'm uploading a picture

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#12273723 - 06/01/17 03:31 PM Re: Lures/Colors [Re: Texasbass96]
SwampyMarsh Offline
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Registered: 02/28/12
Posts: 231
My go to lures are a small white spinnerbait or a jig with a brush hog.

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#12280406 - 06/05/17 10:55 PM Re: Lures/Colors [Re: Texasbass96]
One Blessed Dude Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 03/05/11
Posts: 234
Loc: Texas
TX rigged worms, baby brush hawgs, square bills, spinnerbaits, poppers are some of the best and basic lures to fish.
Colors depend on water clarity and forage. Stay simple with colors. Whites, blacks, greens, or combinations of. Throw in a touch of chartreuse and you'll catch fish.
Hope this helps and have fun

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#12284005 - 06/08/17 05:00 AM Re: Lures/Colors [Re: Texasbass96]
jippedgenes Offline
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Registered: 08/12/11
Posts: 707
watermelon soft plastics are my go to. in clear water I use natural colored crank baits and if stained citrus shad or the like.

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