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Baccarac March 17-21 #13915811 03/09/21 02:46 AM
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Some friends invited me to go on the trip of a lifetime. Has anyone fished there this time of year? What are the go to baits in mid March?
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Re: Baccarac March 17-21 [Re: watermelon orange] #13915823 03/09/21 02:56 AM
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We went to El Salto last year and my friend went to Baccarac in late February before going to El Salto. They fished mainly watermelon red super flukes on dredger heads. I know that the later it gets towards May/June they switch over to swimbaits primarily.

Re: Baccarac March 17-21 [Re: watermelon orange] #13916339 03/09/21 03:55 PM
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Thanks, NELA Bassguy. We will probably take 50lbs of baits just want to be able to bring the essentials!! If anyone knows please help me out

Re: Baccarac March 17-21 [Re: watermelon orange] #13916425 03/09/21 04:37 PM
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I've spent a month at Baccarac over the past year. Right now you just need big [censored] crankbaits, football jigs, swimbaits and some topwater. I don't mess with topwater but some of the largest fish on the lake are caught on spooks.

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