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Help with pond fishing #12634534
02/19/18 01:22 AM
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What should I be throwing for LM in a neighborhood pond right now? Not a big bass fisherman but trying to get some bites for my daughter. Forgive me for my ignorance. Just need some advice for a novice.thanks.

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12634546
02/19/18 01:29 AM
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they are about to be on beds very soon. wear some polarized glasses and slowly walk the bank looking for them.


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Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: senko9S] #12634560
02/19/18 01:43 AM
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Thanks. Any advice what type of lures I should use?

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12634566
02/19/18 01:47 AM
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1/4oz red rattle trap
1/4oz willow leaf H&H spinnerbait White and chartreuse
Weightless senko
Split shot zoom speed craw or baby paca craw green pumpkin
H20 xpress square billóblue gill color


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Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12634567
02/19/18 01:47 AM
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Flower Mound, Tx
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Was in a pond last week on my water wagon and the depth finder said it was 49.5 degrees and most of the active fish were around the fountain in 10 ft of water. Only area were I got a for sure bites 3bass 1 crappie

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12634576
02/19/18 01:52 AM
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I'm having luck throwing Texas rigged creature baits. The slower the retrieve, the better.

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: collincountytx] #12634589
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Thanks. Very helpful.

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12634590
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It all depends on the pond too. I was throwing a cheap black and blue spinner in a pond and was pulling tons of fish. Itís only 12 feet deep at its max. I will say Iím going to be throwing Texas rigged craw when I go back in a few weeks.

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12636014
02/19/18 10:04 PM
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Canít go wrong with a weightless senko

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: toonsis] #12636257
02/19/18 11:54 PM
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I fish primarily ponds. I always have the following tied on.
H&H spinner.
Senko with a 1/4 oz weight, retrieve slow with pauses
Zoom super fluke, sometimes weightless, sometimes with weighted hook
Weightless soft plastic frog, various retrieve methods.
Hollow body Spro frog. I tend to catch more with poppers
Itís still a little early for the frogs. Had success yesterday with senko and h&h

Re: Help with pond fishing [Re: rscustomrods] #12636285
02/20/18 12:12 AM
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The Colony TX
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Originally Posted By: rscustomrods
Can’t go wrong with a weightless senko


Yea this in a pond.

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