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I have been using poppers, shallow running cranks, weightless flukes and senkos, and small jigs.  The growth looks like mixture of vegetation with some algae thrown in.  Water depth is about 1 to 5 feet deep depending on how close you are to the creekbed.  Vegetations is matted on the surface and goes down below the surface maybe a foot.  This is a picture of the creekbed area.  I usually just lift up the motor and let the wind push me across.

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I'd probably get out of the boat and wade in the creek bed. 

Inline spinners, if you can steer them around the vegetation, and spinnerbaits would be my choice.

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-Frogs

-Spinnerbaits

-Weightless rage plastics fished as topwater 

-Buzzbaits 

-Rage rig 

-Soft swimbaits 

 

Looks like a good spot!

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Senkos, PoP-R's, and Horney Toads.

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T-rigged 6-8" worm weedless.

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Speed worm

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Frogs, whopper plopper, senko, swim jig

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Based on your question I assumed you were looking for attack techniques.
But based on the replies, it seems that you've gotten about 10 different lure suggestions.
Set me straight, are you looking for a strategy or a lure?

 

Roger

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punch the vegetation with a texas rigged plastic

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I'd drop dead rig a 9" Fat Max in Pumpkin Seed and start working it.

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Based on your question I assumed you were looking for attack techniques.

But based on the replies, it seems that you've gotten about 10 different lure suggestions.

Set me straight, are you looking for a strategy or a lure?

 

Roger

Both.  Baits with trebles tend to get hung up pretty quick.

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Johnson silver spoon with white grub trailer, Producto buzz tail shad, black shad, t-rigged and weightless, Zoom swimmin super fluke, white ice, t-rigged and weightless.

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Super Fluke, Frogs, Buzzbaits and a split shot rig whatever choice of worms you use. 

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I would try A frog, Buzzbait, Senko, and just about anything that won't get caught in weeds. Good luck! :)

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Chatterbait and Underspin for moving.

1/8oz Texas Rig creature bait for slow.

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Which ever hollow bodied frog that you have the most confidence in being able to walk, should be great in that area. Looks like a buzzbait would get fouled up pretty fast, as well as a spinnerbait. A 10" - 12" worm Texas rigged might work as well, depending on the weight needed to get down to the bottom.

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I have been using poppers, shallow running cranks, weightless flukes and senkos, and small jigs. The growth looks like mixture of vegetation with some algae thrown in. Water depth is about 1 to 5 feet deep depending on how close you are to the creekbed. Vegetations is matted on the surface and goes down below the surface maybe a foot. This is a picture of the creekbed area. I usually just lift up the motor and let the wind push me across.

I would probably choose a more productive area where you can fish to your strengths.

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I would fish somewhere else. That stuff looks like what I call "Snot grass" and there isn't a single bait out there that won't get covered in that stuff. Judging from the photo you have a LOT of it there. Fish it in the winter and spring

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Weightless worm . I'd use a heavy hook to add weight . 

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It's interesting how we all see something differently, which is one of the things that makes fishing fun. I wouldn't be looking for a different area. I would be drooling to be able to fish that area in your photo and the FIRST lure I would try would be a Koppers Live Target Hollow Body Field Mouse. I like the 3.5" brown version. Next choice for me would be a Spro Poppin' Frog.

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It's interesting how we all see something differently, which is one of the things that makes fishing fun. I wouldn't be looking for a different area. I would be drooling to be able to fish that area in your photo and the FIRST lure I would try would be a Koppers Live Target Hollow Body Field Mouse. I like the 3.5" brown version. Next choice for me would be a Spro Poppin' Frog.

 

Yeah same here.  Looks like a nice spot to me.

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