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trout #12508614
11/19/17 01:06 AM
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cedar hill tx.
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What is your goto bait/ lure for stocked trout?. Thank's.

Re: trout [Re: sae] #12508706
11/19/17 02:04 AM
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Super duper’s in different colors and sizes... orange trout worms are second pick


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12508712
11/19/17 02:09 AM
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Did you get the lures I sent?


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12508718
11/19/17 02:16 AM
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Sending lures? I'll take a couple!


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12508828
11/19/17 03:40 AM
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same here! eek

Re: trout [Re: sae] #12510876
11/21/17 01:15 AM
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Powerbait is a good go to bait. I have caught 'em on both natural colors and glo colors. Lures seem to be hit or miss for me. During one season I have torn them up on a specific lure, and then the following year no bites at all on that lure. I have experimented with a large variety of lures. For down here, a reliable lure is the panther martin spinner in black/yellow with silver blade.


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12510916
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Rooster tails, kastmasters are also good powerbait works I prefer the power eggs they are much more durable and can catch several fish


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12512577
11/22/17 02:26 PM
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I have done well for them on crappie jigs under a float. Corn also works pretty good. Kastmasters are my go to for lures. And believe it or not I have had good luck with 4 inch power worms on a 1/0 hook Texas rigged. They will eat those and sometimes you get a bonus bass!


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12513492
11/23/17 03:29 AM
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The past couple of years I had the best luck with powerbait on a float, a foot or two from the surface. For lures, nothing has outperformed the luhr-jensen super duper, but I've also had luck with other small silver spoons (when the super dupers were sold out). Good luck! I'm giving it a shot on Friday.

Re: trout [Re: sae] #12527167
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I went to Weatherford yesterday. It was stocked Friday. I only had about 45 minutes and I threw a gold super duper the whole time. I got one hit. There was a guy camped out on a point though that was having pretty good success. He was fishing a worm just off the bottom.

Re: trout [Re: sae] #12528622
12/06/17 01:52 PM
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Silver Kastmaster and Pautzke FireBall salmon eggs.


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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12528881
12/06/17 05:29 PM
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Pure luck!! Trout are the most finicky fish I have ever fished for. I never seem to have the lure or flavor/color power bait of the day. I just enjoy watching someone two foot away from me limit out 20 minutes after being there after I've been there hours with nothing to show for it. (not)
I guess super duper and orange power worms are what I try first. Yesterday the super duper was slaying the bass in 6-8" size. Trout could not get to my lure with all the bass in the way. I fish power worms off the bottom.
Still it's fun to get out and try it!!


May the Good Lord bless you with a bend in your rod.

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Re: trout [Re: sae] #12528994
12/06/17 07:22 PM
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Some people have luck with lures. I never have. I think stocked, farm raised trout are used to being fed pellet food and aren't used to chasing minnow-looking lures. I can cast a spinner or spoon for two hours with no luck and the guy next to me will limit on corn or fake salmon eggs.

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The smaller the lure the better.

Re: trout [Re: sae] #12530144
12/07/17 03:53 PM
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Let me ask another question, what is your go-to time for fishing trout? Is morning/dusk usually good, or do they bite all day?

Last couple of years I always went in the morning, tried to get there right after daybreak. It worked well and usually my son and I limited out by noon. I've gone early three times this year and had no luck. I see some posts by others on the forum going in the afternoon and having some luck. I'm wondering if getting up before 6 a.m. (and waking up my kids) is worth the trouble.

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