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Go To Bait For Neighborhood Canals?


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#16 Pit Boss Rick

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Posted December 25 2013 - 06:14 PM

I bought some sizmic toads online and hoping they work! Anyone use those before?

Got some worms as well, can't hurt to try different things. 

 

BassPR sounds like you are in the same area as me. I tried out Snapper Creek the other day which is south of where you fish. Take 97th ave all the way down till you hit the canal. I didn't even feel a bite in that canal. I tried a spinner, some grub, a worm, and then I switched to a small minnow. Not a darn thing touched my bait. 

 

I guess I'll need to buy me some lizards, seems to be a favorite on this forum!



#17 doyle8218

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Posted December 29 2013 - 09:45 AM

Let me let you in on a little secret. There is one thing that we have soo many of down here, at that is lizards. Zoom 6" in watermelon colors T-rigged. Just play with different retrieves, and have fun.

That is the Miami Canal secret

 

Use lizards, lizards and then use lizards






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