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Super Muddy Water #13610211 06/27/20 06:16 PM
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I know it’s probably better to just stay home but what is your “go to” for extremely muddy water this time of year?


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Re: Super Muddy Water [Re: Dude Lebowski] #13610251 06/27/20 07:09 PM
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big thumping spinnerbait, big jigs and plastics


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Re: Super Muddy Water [Re: Dude Lebowski] #13610384 06/27/20 10:02 PM
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Black/blue chatterbait.
Big Colorado gold bladed spinnerbait in either white/chartreuse or black/blue
Red squarebill that rattles. Or a firetiger colored squarebill.
Dark colored big worms or full size creature baits and apply scent and use rattles.

Make lots of casts to specific targets from several angles. Add a trailer hook to the spinnerbait as you don't want to miss fven a light bite.


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All good information.


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Re: Super Muddy Water [Re: Dude Lebowski] #13610474 06/27/20 11:52 PM
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black and blue
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Grew up on the biggest mud hole in Texas, Lake Livingston. A big copper Colorado blade spinnerbait with a dark purple or black/chart skirt, also a good time to throw a spinnerbait with colored metal flake blades in chart/white . A big wide wobbling chart crank bait or a ribbed worm with a curled tail in black or black/chart will get you bit as well.


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Re: Super Muddy Water [Re: bassmanrudy] #13610630 06/28/20 02:38 AM
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Originally Posted by bassmanrudy
Black/blue chatterbait.
Big Colorado gold bladed spinnerbait in either white/chartreuse or black/blue
Red squarebill that rattles. Or a firetiger colored squarebill.
Dark colored big worms or full size creature baits and apply scent and use rattles.

Make lots of casts to specific targets from several angles. Add a trailer hook to the spinnerbait as you don't want to miss fven a light bite.


This, almost exactly


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