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South Florida: What's Working For You Early Fall?

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Just wondering what's working for everyone in South Florida so far.

For me is lipless cranks and trick worms

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Unquestionable 4" senko type baits, like stick-o's, are killing them.  Watermelon Red, Okeechobee, Morning Dawn have been pulling them in all day long.  No weight, or light weight, fished slow,  walking it off the bottom.  Good at various locations around south Florida.  To a lesser degree Flukes and trick worms.  Heavy cloud cover with wind, a small buzzbait was every cast last week.  Good luck!

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Up here in Delray the canals have been terrible, but I am catching some fish.   What I have been doing almost exclusively is using a ul set up with a Storm chug a bug in my ponds.  I'm not catching a lot of fish but when I do score most fish are running 18-24", I'm enjoying this better than canal fishing.

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Senkos for the past two weeks. I mostly use the Strike King Zeros cause they last. Orange or the Dirt color.

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I'm a topwater junkie....  If it floats i'll throw it.

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