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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: Gruber] #13777477 11/19/20 10:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Gruber
A depth finder! LCD! A gadget, but they found them back in the day, even covering huge amounts of water like a 2 mile long dam fro 10 to 40 feet deep by trolling, and only in a few hours

Originally Posted by Gruber
A depth finder! LCD! A gadget, but they found them back in the day, even covering huge amounts of water like a 2 mile long dam fro 10 to 40 feet deep by trolling, and only in a few hours

Now you’ve contradicted yourself again. You said in a previous post you don’t use “gadgets “ rock

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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777530 11/19/20 11:29 PM
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Stupid how? Troll only spoons, I don’t care what anyone thinks! Fi your own thing for all I care
You asked how not what is my preference! I don’t care for them, but that is one way

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777549 11/19/20 11:37 PM
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Here’s a video showing large bass using shallow cover. Probably made at least 40 years ago.

https://youtu.be/ybopUwSuiS8

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777616 11/20/20 12:29 AM
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I promise you’ve never trolled any lure on 6lbs test line that has gotten down to 25ft +., ask any downrigger if they can find points and ridges without using a graph , the good ones can. My striper boat has 4 downriggers I’ve got lots of experience trolling learned from losing weights and rigs.

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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777660 11/20/20 12:52 AM
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I'm still waiting on a moderator to shut this [censored] down.


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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777666 11/20/20 12:55 AM
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C'mon Grub...you ignored Jpurdue's post and now you're gonna ignore my post about you ignoring Jpurdue's post??

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: 1bassdaddy] #13777674 11/20/20 01:02 AM
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Originally Posted by 1bassdaddy
C'mon Grub...you ignored Jpurdue's post and now you're gonna ignore my post about you ignoring Jpurdue's post??


He won't answer. He is just trolling. No one is as stupid as he is acting

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777681 11/20/20 01:05 AM
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Dubee...I agree with you.

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13777818 11/20/20 02:27 AM
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My local lakes form a thermocline during the summer. No oxygen below about 8 feet on lake Proctor.

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: mg64] #13777827 11/20/20 02:34 AM
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Originally Posted by mg64
My local lakes form a thermocline during the summer. No oxygen below about 8 feet on lake Proctor.


Dang I’ve never seen a Thermo that shallow. On Buch it’s usually around 35-40ft

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: mg64] #13777851 11/20/20 02:45 AM
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Originally Posted by mg64
My local lakes form a thermocline during the summer. No oxygen below about 8 feet on lake Proctor.

Lol

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13778264 11/20/20 03:01 PM
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What do you do with Cove lakes like grapevine that has no natural cover and very little shallow water?
Or a very shallow lake with no natural cover like Navarro mills?

Just don’t fish there?

Yet these are the easiest lakes to fish, the most predictable locations of large schools of bass!

Then there is a lake like caddo that is very shallow and has very little structure, and massive expanses of cover, this is the most difficult lake to be successful, the most difficult or even impossible to predict locations of fish!

But we prefer to fish caddo, it’s our comfort zone, shallow water, visible objects to cast to.

Buck Perry quotes: deep water is the home of the bass, deep water is the basses sanctuary, most of the bass prefer 30 to 35 ft. Deep most of the time. 90 percent of the bass are in ten percent of the lake! (90 percent of your casts are to areas that have no fish)!

I did not ignore anyone, and I never said there are no large bass in shallow cover! But most bass most of the time are in deep water schools!

Why is hair jig such a control freak? Free exchange of ideas! Trolling? No I could not care less what you think or how you respond! Free country! More power to ya! I may be no better than anyone else, but I’ll be danged if I ain’t just as good!

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13778280 11/20/20 03:13 PM
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Bigmouth forever! Glen Lau filmed in Florida in shallow natural lakes!

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13778326 11/20/20 03:49 PM
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Groob...for a second there I thought you were announcing a change of your screen name. laugh

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: Darin S.] #13778334 11/20/20 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Darin S.
Here’s a video showing large bass using shallow cover. Probably made at least 40 years ago.

https://youtu.be/ybopUwSuiS8


That is a great video!

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