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Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? #13732590 10/16/20 01:01 AM
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Just out of curiosity which one of these would do best in late fall like november

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Re: Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? [Re: Catfanman] #13732653 10/16/20 02:18 AM
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Which ever flutters the slowest.

Re: Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? [Re: Catfanman] #13733034 10/16/20 02:46 PM
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Or run a second jig/plastic above the spoon to give them another target. Dern fish in my area are in a looting pattern, they come in and then gone after a short while. The fish I have been finding are really herding the shad shallow and pouncing. But as above, which one flutters the best is a good response. I have been bass fishing and when I cross paths with them I will hit them hard, then back to the big bite.. One thing that is common with all the recent groups I have found is they are in sandy, gravel, or on rocky areas. If It is a silted bottom part of the lake, nada..

Re: Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? [Re: Catfanman] #13733147 10/16/20 04:41 PM
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The complete silver one on the right. One of my favorites.

Re: Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? [Re: skeeter61] #13733529 10/16/20 11:00 PM
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Originally Posted by skeeter61
The complete silver one on the right. One of my favorites.

Same choice for me.


Re: Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? [Re: Catfanman] #13733710 10/17/20 01:56 AM
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All of them should work. I switch a lot till I find what they are hitting that day.

Re: Which one of these lures is best for vertical jigging in late fall? [Re: prosise] #13733746 10/17/20 02:23 AM
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Originally Posted by prosise
Or run a second jig/plastic above the spoon to give them another target. Dern fish in my area are in a looting pattern, they come in and then gone after a short while. The fish I have been finding are really herding the shad shallow and pouncing. But as above, which one flutters the best is a good response. I have been bass fishing and when I cross paths with them I will hit them hard, then back to the big bite.. One thing that is common with all the recent groups I have found is they are in sandy, gravel, or on rocky areas. If It is a silted bottom part of the lake, nada..

Same thing in my neck of the woods


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All just depending on where and what fish targeted, I use them all, my main fishing partner likes the larger ones mostly. Me the middle sizes unless on Texoma, then go big, the Kansas or P-Line 2-3oz Slabs.

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