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Texoma - Fishing a Sassy Shad #13739783 10/22/20 03:22 PM
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What is the preferred method of retrieve for a swim bait this time of year? Cast and steady retrieve, bouncing/jigging off of the bottom, slow steady retrieve along the bottom or all of the above?

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We trolled with 6 inch glow in the dark ones last week, on a 4 oz jig head, at about 2 mph, or a little faster. Caught some nice bigger fish (8lbs and up)

Re: Texoma - Fishing a Sassy Shad [Re: Jaydub] #13740472 10/23/20 12:07 AM
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Straight retrieve. Water temp is key when it comes to speed.
Fast when its warm. Slower when its cool. Slow when its cold. Deadstick when it real cold.


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