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What’s working for you? #13510072 04/09/20 03:25 PM
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I’ve been having great luck with three lures....

1. Texas Rig Senko,color - bubble gum
2. Soft Plastic swim bait on jig head,color real Shad
3. Texas rig Christie Craw, color watermelon w/ red flake

What about the y’all?

Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13510228 04/09/20 04:30 PM
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Bobber and jig (1/32oz with a grub tail). The spotted bass love it.


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Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13510311 04/09/20 05:25 PM
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Spinnerbaits
5" grubs on a jig head
Weedless 5" swimbait
Weightless stick bait

Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13510621 04/09/20 07:56 PM
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So far nothing.

Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13511156 04/10/20 12:39 AM
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I got my father-in-law here from Hong Kong who is not an artificial lure fisherman. I got him catching 14" largemouth on 4" senko in chartreuse and light green with a 3/0 EWG weightless. I have been catching on an orange Gene Larew 4" orange crawl with a 1/8 bullet weight.

Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13511337 04/10/20 02:52 AM
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Big fat Night Crawler on a size 8 cricket hook. hooked


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Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13511446 04/10/20 04:39 AM
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So far, nothing, but I've only been once this year, and after all, tomorrow is another day!

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Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13512033 04/10/20 05:24 PM
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Tried and true Colorado spinner bait, white/yellow

Re: What’s working for you? [Re: banker-always fishing] #13512050 04/10/20 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Big fat Night Crawler on a size 8 cricket hook. hooked


1+ along with minnows and cut-bait. roflmao

Re: What’s working for you? [Re: BassCrash] #13512665 04/11/20 02:50 AM
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Depends on the day? I do not target any specific species though. The wife, kids and I cast out 4-6 poles and offer a buffet to start (shad, crawlers, prepared bait, cut-bait) and see what the fish are in the mood for. Then when it's time to start rebaiting hooks we start switching to the bait that is getting the most attention. While the medium-heavy rods are soaking we break out the light rods and have a little family pan fish tournament (gets pretty competitive and lots of s*** talking) but a good way for everybody to unwind and creates priceless memories!

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