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After LMB what is your favorite #13345152 11/17/19 09:55 PM
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What is your second favorite type of fishing?

For me it’s smallmouth bass in rivers. Going for a float in a drift boat.

Never could warm up to fly fishing

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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345170 11/17/19 10:19 PM
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In this order:

Smallmouth fishing on the White River
Musky / Northern fishing in Wiscosin
Walleye fishing on Lake Eerie
Crappie / panfish fishing

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345180 11/17/19 10:31 PM
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spotted bass or smallmouth


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345184 11/17/19 10:34 PM
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LMB are second. Them Brown fish are first. Fly rod or conventional tackle and preferably in Ontario province Canada. Drift boats are great and even better with fly tackle.


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345193 11/17/19 10:49 PM
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Redfish in shallow water.

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345204 11/17/19 11:01 PM
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I've only done it once, but the big snook were a game changer. I couldn't believe how strong they were. My forearms were cramping up at the end of the trip.

I like wading for red's. They put up a great battle


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: SAKS] #13345206 11/17/19 11:01 PM
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Bluefin tuna out in the pacific


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345216 11/17/19 11:09 PM
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Smallmouth then largemouth.

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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345236 11/17/19 11:36 PM
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Smallmouth, but I’ve never targeted snook or reds.


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345255 11/17/19 11:56 PM
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Redfish are my favorite freshwater/brackishwater fish to fight. Vicious and never give up


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: SAKS] #13345270 11/18/19 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by SAKS
Redfish in shallow water.


This. Used to go to Venice, LA to chase them every year. Then kids were born....


It's only a good cast if you catch a fish...
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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345389 11/18/19 02:16 AM
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On the lake - whites/hybrids/stripers. They are great practice for offshore fishing and are less finicky (usually) than largemouth can be. I started out initially fishing on that side of things and have made my way over to fishing for largies. Helped a lot with having confidence fishing offshore. Also, they run in schools and you usually catch a bunch out of them.
Still working on those crappie lol

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345411 11/18/19 02:58 AM
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I don’t have a second type of fishing. Bass only. Any 5 of the following is good...largemouth, smallmouth, or spots. Anything else is by-catch and thrown back.


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Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345416 11/18/19 03:04 AM
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Big wintertime blue catfish. Catch 5 to 15lb cats and the fight is tough not to mention the sweet fillets.

Re: After LMB what is your favorite [Re: franchi] #13345425 11/18/19 03:29 AM
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Walleye, we have a great population up here at Meredith. Nothing cleans up and eats better.

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