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How to Troll for Bass - Largemouth and Spotted Bass #13240050 08/08/19 11:57 AM
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Re: How to Troll for Bass - Largemouth and Spotted Bass [Re: MathGeek] #13240135 08/08/19 01:00 PM
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Trolling is fun

Re: How to Troll for Bass - Largemouth and Spotted Bass [Re: RedEar12] #13241608 08/09/19 11:47 AM
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Originally Posted by RedEar12
Trolling is fun


It can be in clear waters where there are plenty of bait fish in open water for the bass to chase.

It is particularly satisfying for folks who are unable to pursue bass with the usual still fishing techniques due to disability.


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Re: How to Troll for Bass - Largemouth and Spotted Bass [Re: MathGeek] #13241892 08/09/19 03:00 PM
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I'll admit it. I troll sometimes. I'll occasionally do it to try and locate bass offshore, particularly if I'm seeing tons of fish on the graph and am having trouble distinguishing which are bass. It can be a good way to find the spot on the spot if the graph isn't picking up anything notable. I'll also do it sometimes when it's mid day and the bite has shut down or if it's wicked hot and I'm just looking for a little break from casting. I've caught some tanks trolling 6XD's. I bet some of those fish had never seen a lure before.


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Re: How to Troll for Bass - Largemouth and Spotted Bass [Re: Jpurdue] #13244111 08/11/19 09:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Jpurdue
I'll admit it. I troll sometimes. I'll occasionally do it to try and locate bass offshore, particularly if I'm seeing tons of fish on the graph and am having trouble distinguishing which are bass. It can be a good way to find the spot on the spot if the graph isn't picking up anything notable. I'll also do it sometimes when it's mid day and the bite has shut down or if it's wicked hot and I'm just looking for a little break from casting. I've caught some tanks trolling 6XD's. I bet some of those fish had never seen a lure before.


Yep. Any techniques you especially like?


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