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#12687385 - 03/24/18 11:55 AM Blum sandies
Bassman_78 Offline
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Registered: 03/18/18
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This is my first post, so hello to everybody!

Is there still some sand bass action going on in Blum?

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#12687727 - 03/24/18 06:42 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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Registered: 12/18/07
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Loc: Glen Rose
welcome to the camp fire

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#12687866 - 03/24/18 08:19 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Easeup]
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Thanks!

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#12688086 - 03/25/18 12:09 AM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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Registered: 03/05/02
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Loc: Arlington, Tx USA
Yes if you're a good fisherman and willing to get up extra early. Need to know which holes are best. Beware the dude trying to sell limits of sand bass for gas money. Jkb
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#12688087 - 03/25/18 12:11 AM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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Can I get a PM on it? I've been going out there since I was a kid. I live a little farther away now. I won't be a newb out there, or taking friends.

Thanks JKB. cheers You posted while I was writing this.


Edited by Bassman_78 (03/25/18 12:14 AM)

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#12688090 - 03/25/18 12:47 AM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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#12688127 - 03/25/18 05:35 AM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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welcome nothing like new faces...I will send you a PM in a bit...

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#12688534 - 03/25/18 01:57 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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Small twitch baits rubber and hard baits fluke fire cracker lilfishie baits all work sometimes with just a hook and no weight fished impossibly slow. The usual holes at puckett springs. Jkb


Edited by jkb1314 (03/25/18 02:00 PM)
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#12688551 - 03/25/18 02:08 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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However if ya don't like crowds.... 87 trucks first morning of spring break never seen anything like it. Completely stupid. Thankfully few caught fish and the crowds have dwindled a bit
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#12688851 - 03/25/18 06:46 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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#12688883 - 03/25/18 07:07 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: jkb1314]
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Originally Posted By: jkb1314
However if ya don't like crowds.... 87 trucks first morning of spring break never seen anything like it. Completely stupid. Thankfully few caught fish and the crowds have dwindled a bit


Kinda like going Spring break week. bolt
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#12689099 - 03/25/18 09:25 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: jkb1314]
Bassman_78 Offline
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Registered: 03/18/18
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Thank you for the info, and thanks to all for the welcome.

Yes sir. A single, smaller twitchbait fished slow has been about the only lure I've ever needed for close to 30 years now. I stopped going there because of the crowds when it got where I could only go on the weekends, and the longer drive too. Ideally, I fish the lure upstream letting it come back down with the current, and it got hard to even get enough room out there to do that comfortably. I only have one of that lure left and they don't make them anymore. There's nothing comparably similar either, unfortunately. I like weightless swimbaits/plastics. They've been pretty good to me since trying to save my last lure.

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#12689177 - 03/25/18 10:34 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Bassman_78]
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Fly rod and a clouser that is all
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#12689463 - 03/26/18 09:10 AM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Robert Hunter]
Bassman_78 Offline
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I won't argue. The only thing my old man would use aside from said twitchbait, which is saltwater lure, was a bucktail clouser or similar cheated with a spinning rod. I never learned how to tie them.

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#12689959 - 03/26/18 01:54 PM Re: Blum sandies [Re: Robert Hunter]
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Originally Posted By: Robert Hunter
Fly rod and a clouser that is all


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