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Bassmaster Mel

Candlewood Lake, Ct.

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Look at the map of Candlewood fish the stumps.

This comes from Jimmy Houston it's where he caught his first double digit bass don't tell anyone. It's passed on from a guide there.

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That's a loaded question, brother! I've only ever fished it in late April. Always caught them on Jerkbaits, spider grubs, and cranks. I'd vote a bandit 200 in spring craw, or maybe this time of year orange/brown craw. Strike King 3XD in a similar color. Spinnerbaits or Jerkbaits ripped/burned in shad patterns. Drop shot anything. Lol. Good luck!

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Thanks alot. I usually get them with the tubes also brown ones and green pumpkin w/red and black flakes.

I will def try these thanks. Never done drop shoting before gonna try it out this Thursday see if i can catch some big ones.

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Thanks alot. I usually get them with the tubes also brown ones and green pumpkin w/red and black flakes.

I will def try these thanks. Never done drop shoting before gonna try it out this Thursday see if i can catch some big ones.

 

How did you do? Anything Big?

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Anyone been out on Candlewood lately? How did it go and what have you been getting them on?

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