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  Tomorrow I'm going bass fishing here in Georgia....what lures have worked down here...or if your up north whats worked up there??? And how about if your futher south than I name???

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Yes.  All types of lures have worked under the conditions you have described.  :dazed-7:

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Yes.  All types of lures have worked under the conditions you have described.  :dazed-7:

  Im confused...the conditions i guess is lately for the pass week in the morning its 50-60 degrees F....about 2 o clock it warms up to 70-80. Im fishing in the morning. In the morning its usually an overcast or a mild overcast with a nice breeze. 

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I do a lot of morning bass fishing and I go with top water. I use frogs mainly but I also use ultra vibe worms and rage craws and fish then fast top water, if the water is calm. I know a lot of GA fishermen kill them on big swim baits, seems like they catch them in the afternoon to night judging by some of the pics I've seen.

But in the end no1 can tell you what to use or what they will want because every day is different.

Best advice is go with what you know

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It's been unseasonably warm for the last three days. Skunk city until I got one on a frog today. Spro popper, natural green. 

 

When it was windy, overcast, and cooler on Sunday, I was getting assaulted on a Sammy 100 in crack blue. Two solid 3's and an angry pike.

 

My Fall strategy is a combination of Shallow Shad Raps and walking baits. However, it's not quite Fall yet. 

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Im confused...the conditions i guess is lately for the pass week in the morning its 50-60 degrees F....about 2 o clock it warms up to 70-80. Im fishing in the morning. In the morning its usually an overcast or a mild overcast with a nice breeze.

It was an open ended answer to and open ended question. Georgia, last time I remembered was a big ass place with a bunch of not 1000's of bodies of water. What works in one lake a specific time of year will likely not work 50 miles away.

If you narrowed the body of water down, water clarity, structure and cover and how pressured the water is and how big it is, you could get more help.

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Squarebills in blowdowns. Spinnerbaits on points and flats. Mid depth cranks around docks. worked for me in west georgia

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Worms usually work for me. Lots of different ways to fish them.

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RATLTRAP I say any lipless crankbait. I had an hour to fish caught five went home early.

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Topwater in morning..frogs,poppers,spooks,buzzb.-traps and spinnerbaits next ..then worms after 9a.m.

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Absolutely nothing since this cold front. Before I was getting them on shaky heads.

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