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Pond Fishing Baits #13553553 05/11/20 06:41 PM
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Have two ponds in our neighborhood that hold big fish LMB's ive caught up to just shy of 7 and spots up to 3lbs. Was out last week catching them deep in 15-20ft. Low and behold two days ago the HOA Loads it with copper sulfate and makes the water a nice pretty blue. What baits are y'all throwing in the clear ponds that get dyed blue?

Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Bradley McCaw] #13553870 05/11/20 11:32 PM
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This is a very specified question, tantamount to asking what bait you'd use if you were fishing the canals in Six Flags.

I'm waiting to see some answers.

I can answer from experience, but I'd simply use the same baits I always used for bass, and probably jumble up the colors a bit more.

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Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Indianation65] #13595360 06/15/20 03:30 PM
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Just speaking anecdotally, I've had good luck with brown/black flake (pumkin?) 2" curly tail jigs in exactly the same type of water you're talking about, not 15-20' though more like 5'-10'.

Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Bradley McCaw] #13596192 06/16/20 01:35 AM
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They dye the ponds in the parks in Allen every summer. I have never found that the dye effects the fish. I throw the same stuff I always do and never have any trouble catching fish.

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H&h spinnerbaits this time of year.. red shad zoom works Texas rigged= pescados right now


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Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Bradley McCaw] #13598560 06/17/20 07:26 PM
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Some big fat Night Crawlers! hooked


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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Some big fat Night Crawlers! hooked

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Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: banker-always fishing] #13599205 06/18/20 04:30 AM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Some big fat Night Crawlers! hooked



Ol’ reliable. Night crawlers have never failed me yet, although it may not be as fun as catching them on plastics or lures.

Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Bradley McCaw] #13605283 06/23/20 03:31 PM
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Over in Colleyville/Euless, I've been throwing bluegill colored swim jigs with a swim bait trailer, catch multiple each time I'm out. Water isn't clear, so can't speak to that, but it's working in normal conditions.

Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Bradley McCaw] #13708794 09/23/20 01:01 PM
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ive had good luck in ponds.... here are key baits you need and all will catch fish depending on the situation.. 1.powerworm blue fleck. 2. fluke watermelon. 3. chatterbait w minnow trailer. 4. early morning topwater ex. zara spook chugger.. buzzbait. topwater frog ... etc... 5. SENKO!! what a great bait... fished shallow or deep depending on the situation.... on a dropshot rig it is deadly.... 6. lucky craft 2.5 or kvd 2.5 crankbait

Re: Pond Fishing Baits [Re: Bradley McCaw] #13711218 09/25/20 05:48 PM
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Throw lures that will move water so they can feel them, that's what does it in my ponds where they are permanently dyed. TX rig with big creature, big jig, chatterbait, spinnerbait, underspin, etc.

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