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Sand bass morning. #9957478 05/04/14 10:33 AM
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I saw them chasing shad shallow yesterday.
Bye, I am off to the lake to hit them at the crack of dawn.
I love the sand bass fight even more than the lmb

Re: Sand bass morning. [Re: blooper961] #9958132 05/04/14 06:17 PM
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Yep...month of May is the best from banking. Literally madness with them chasing shad. Shad start to spawn and predators right behind them.




Re: Sand bass morning. [Re: blooper961] #9958161 05/04/14 06:45 PM
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Amen on the sand bass fight


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Re: Sand bass morning. [Re: blooper961] #9958204 05/04/14 07:13 PM
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I was out at Goody's (at the end of the 751 bridge) early this morning casting small jigs off Goody's dock for whatever would bite. Using a 6-1/2 foot spinning rod and reel with 6-lb. test Spiderwire and 1/8 oz. twister tail jigs under a bobber. Every sandie I caught was big enough to keep, including some real magnums! Love the light action fishing for magnum sandies! Released them all to continue the spawn.


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