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Gonna try to go this weekend, i've not been since last spring,i have 7 baitcast rod and reels and i would like your opinion on what you would use on all 7 of them.The water temperature is around 50 degree and a full moon. is getting close.God Bless and Thanks for your help

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Lipless crank, suspending jerkbait, spinnerbait, soft swimbait, jig, crank bait, crank bait

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 And the kitchen sink. :eyebrows:

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Lipless crank, suspending jerkbait, spinnerbait, soft swimbait, jig, crank bait, crank bait

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It would all depend on water color for me at that temp, 50 degrees with clear water and I'm using a jerkbait, no ands, ifs, or buts! My others rods would have some back ups rigged, the first of which would be a lipless crankbait, then a flat side crank, shad raps and DT flat 7 and flat 3, the 3 would excel in shallow areas if you have stained water. After those it would be a finesse jig, a bladed swim jig, and lets not forget hollow bodied swim baits, any of those may be a killer and if there is a warming trend with rising water temps throughout the day I'd move the bladed swim jig and the swim bait up further in rotation to like number 3 or 4 in line after the jerkbait and lipless crankbait.

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Topwater: PopMax, Sammy & Spook

 

Jerkbaits

 

Rapala DT6, Bandit 200, Wiggle Wart

 

Squarebills: Norman Fat Boy, LC  2.5

 

Small Swimbaits: Keitech Swing Impact fat, Berkley Hollow Belly, Shadalicious

 

Swim Jigs with Rage Tail Menace & Shellcracker

 

MegaStrike StrikeBack Spinnerbait, ShakE2 & MegaTube Craw

 

Rage Tail Cut-R

 

And above all, The Rig

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