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#1 fishingrulz

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Posted July 15 2005 - 11:16 PM

what do you guys recommend for fishing small public ponds you know the ones that are over run with bluegills and pumpkinseeds and they eat all the bass eggs and none of them hatch
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#2 playmaker47

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Posted July 15 2005 - 11:20 PM

hah we have a small community lake here that is full of bluegill and green sunfish. there arent alot of bass, but the ones there are are usually pretty small (6" or so) if you want to catch bluegill, either go with a beetle spin or a roadrunner or a roostertail, or just go with a plain old worm and bobber. for bass go with bluegill colored lures, firetiger spinnerbaits and cranbaits.

#3 Kana

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Posted July 16 2005 - 07:31 AM

1/8 oz.  minitrap has been getting me fish when no one could buy a bite.  i like the shad and craw patterns.  its been working well since april!
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#4 Sam

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Posted July 16 2005 - 10:05 AM

I have found just about anything works on a good pond.  Plastics, spinnerbaits, live worms, small live bream fished on the bottom, rooster tails, Beatle Spins and crankbaits.  It seems the bass will go after just about anything.  
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#5 krisjack69

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Posted July 16 2005 - 01:36 PM

Two weeks or so ago I cought a bass on a cricket and lost a bass using crickets.

#6 fishingrulz

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Posted July 16 2005 - 04:47 PM

thanks i'm gonna be going after the bass though but on a bad bass fishin day its fun to tie on a road runner or beetle spin and catch huge pumpkinseed i'll have to get a couple rooster tails. any thing else as far a bass lures goes thanks. i never thought thats bass would eat any crankbaits cause there are no natural schooling bait fish or anything cuz they can't survive. also is there any way i can't make the bass population go up? thats easy i would prefer a method that doesn't envolve killing anything i just don't have the heart i would feel guilty forever lol thanks again


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#7 Tenka

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Posted July 16 2005 - 05:00 PM

You need to read this board more thouroughly, i spent most of yesterday learning the basics of building and caring for fishing ponds (Stock Tanks, in my neck of the woods)
They are in the tips section.

In general:

Catch a lot of the bass, if the are all uniforming small, start cooking filets(TOO MANY IN WATER), if they are big and skinny they need more bait( NOT ENOUGH FOOD)


#8 fishingrulz

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Posted July 16 2005 - 10:09 PM

sorry i don't get it

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