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I just made a huge post about how the Structure Bug produced huge numbers for me, so I'll say it again -

 

Rage Tail Structure Bug!

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Frog and a squarebill were the ticket last night. A beaver and bladed jig have probably been the most consistent producers though. With all the high water up in the weeds I've caught more frog fish already this year than I normally get to catch in an entire season. 

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Frog and a squarebill were the ticket last night. A beaver and bladed jig have probably been the most consistent producers though. With all the high water up in the weeds I've caught more frog fish already this year than I normally get to catch in an entire season. 

Yes, I agree I have been blowing it up on frogs!

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Siebert Black/blue 3/8 oz arky 

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With all the rain we've had, the banks are flooded.

 

I've been murdering on top water. Mainly Poppers for open water and frogs for the slop.... I've been using a brush hug to compliment this.

 

When they blow up on the bait and miss, i'll immediately throw out the brush hog and i'll connect with the fish again about 50% of the time.

 

Makes for a fun little combo.

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Texas rigged Zoom trick worm watermelon red, 3/0 hook, 3/16th weight, this is my confidence bait, also the most productive.

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Texas rigged zoom brush hog in watermelon or green pumpkin with at least a 3/8 oz worm weight.

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Been catching my big fish on siebert 3/8 dredge brush in bama craw with rage craw....throwing arashi square bill picking up some fish too

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Black 10inch powerworm.  it slays year round however so always tied on.

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The last few weeks for me that best results came on a Honey Candy Cut R.

Either swimming or hopping along the bottom.

Didn't seem to make much difference.

Mike

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Nothing. They have been getting the better of me lately.

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Jigs

Bladed Jigs

Rage Craws

Rage Structure Bugs

Keitech Swing Impact Fats

Squarebills

Anything Finesse

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I got the most strikes from a jerkbait (rapala x-rap fished rather aggressively, jerked every other second followed by 2-3 seconds of pause), and my first crankbait fish (three hits, all lost) on a rapala DT6 fished through submerged weeds, med/slow retrieve, pausing for half a second when I detect bottom (whatever that means since I use a 7.1 reel lews laser mg). The moment I'd hit bottom, 3-4 seconds later I'd get bit.

 

Gonna hit up the lake again today after work and redeem myself!!!

 

 

 

-Joshua

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I've been catching most of my good un's flipping lately... I started using punch rigs for the first time too, got one from seibert outdoors and I'll definitely be ordering more when I lose this one.

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Siebert Arky jig, KVD square bill have been my go to lures the past couple of weeks

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Same things I catch them on all year, for at least the last ten years.

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I've been throwin so much topwater lately I dont know that Im giving anything else a real chance

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It's hot here. Really hot. Texas rigged Zoom Finesse worm June Bug & Watermelon Red and Trick Worm June Bug. In the morning, top water, Chug Bug.

 

The Old School Basser...
 

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1/4 oz swim jig in a Bluegill color  -  I make them myself, and for the last 3 weeks I can't keep fish off them.  Over 20 fish in that 3 weeks over 4 lbs, biggest was a 8 lb 8 oz :)

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Same things I catch them on all year, for at least the last ten years.

Yep

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