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What is your money spot? #13736875 10/20/20 01:01 PM
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I am not talking specific spots - I am simply asking what is your money goto spot and technique? Like for instance of course you see the username...

Docks - Cranks.
The reason why is because I always feel like the baiting of docks will draw in some type of bass on any given Sunday. I think that as a fish in the lake 24/7 365 you would be conditioned to this so when the bait gets scarce or disappears you still have your little panfish raiding happening with those bass easing through for snacks.


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13736909 10/20/20 01:27 PM
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Give me some chunk rock rip rap and I’m happy. Some times of the year I prefer a long stretch like rip rap at a dam, some times a main lake point, and like yesterday, a secondary point at the funnel mouth of a creek was the juice.

Bottom line, rock is my comfort zone.


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13736913 10/20/20 01:32 PM
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Pitching/flipping Jigs, whether its docks, reeds or sticks etc. Just feel confident in those situations, caught a lot of quality fish doing it


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13736937 10/20/20 01:47 PM
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throwing an a-rig in about 2-4 feet of water on clay points around wood. Always get bit doing that


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13736952 10/20/20 01:55 PM
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Jigs and big cranks on points or humps next to Creek channels. I like offshore, away from the bank beaters. Except in small lakes and ponds. Then it’s a float tube and fly rod with a gurgler/bugger combo next to weed beds in spring.


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13736956 10/20/20 01:58 PM
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I love skipping Flukes under overhanging vegetation and docks. Even if the bite is off, skipping stuff on water is just plain fun. It's like shooting baskets or something, a sport within a sport.

That pursuit hits its apex when you see a wake take off after the bait before it's even done skipping, then it gets hammered. THAT is topwater fishing at its finest.


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13736961 10/20/20 01:59 PM
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Isolated cover/isolated structure
Then, whatever presentation I can fish the most efficiently in/on top of/around the isolated cover/structure.


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13737056 10/20/20 03:03 PM
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structure and jigs. brush, trees, reefs...

Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13737067 10/20/20 03:10 PM
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The most secluded and beautiful place I can find on any body of water. If the fish aren't biting, who cares.

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Trees or timber, lay downs is my favorite. Usually start with a jig or a spinner bait according to the conditions.

Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13737357 10/20/20 06:06 PM
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Grassy Shallows (not heavy mats, but a decent amount) in narrower creeks with a Senko!


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The tank at Bass Pro. If that spots taken, flipping/skipping docks.


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Re: What is your money spot? [Re: teambassmanager] #13737486 10/20/20 07:44 PM
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If the lake has grass, give me deep grass anytime except Spring. No grass lakes I like open water stuff like humps, ridges, drop offs or creek bends. On really old silted in lakes I like docks. The older and more dilapidated looking the dock is, the better I like it.


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Grass! Both of them!

Re: What is your money spot? [Re: lconn4] #13737707 10/20/20 11:24 PM
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Grass with flukes but...I have to say I can really relate to this just as much or more...

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The most secluded and beautiful place I can find on any body of water. If the fish aren't biting, who cares.

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