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Confidence Bait For Fall Bass

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Rapala Countdown CD7 1/4oz black/silver. This bait is a work-horse.

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1/2oz football jig with structure bug for a trailer. Hope it, drag it, or swim it. Year round go-to! 

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kvd squarebill crankbait 1.5 gizzard shad color. Its caught me tons of bass and peacock bass as well.

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Fall transition everything can work.

My go to lure year around is a jig so it's always tied on.

Structure spoons and line thru tail spins are my preferred shad school lures.

Swimbaits and deep diving crank baits get a lot work.

Always fishing soft plastic worms so it's tied.

Lots of stuff to choose from, don't get into a rut, be versitile!

Tom

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Anything that imitates a shad

I will be throwing my A-rig alot in october;)

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My square bills and jigs tend to get the most action in fall.

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Jig and a lipless crank!

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I always have a Seibert jig and use GYBC DT grubs for trailers.  I've played with trailers a lot and actually have a giant dislike for Senkos, but the DT grubs have been so reliable for me.  And I always have a Ned rig available.  

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11 hours ago, riverbasser said:

Anything that imitates a shad

I will be throwing my A-rig alot in october;)

Definitely, The Rig.

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Suspending jerkbait, kvd 1.5 and 2.5 squarebill, and when all else fails the ned rig.

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t-rigged worm,punchin rig,bomber long-a jerkbait. not in that order.

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I like the jointed shad raps. with a slow rip and pause technique. The SK shadlicious swimbait on a keel weighted hook. And also a spoon. Just the simple yo-yo retrieve with the right spoon can be deadly. On all game fish. Especially in fall. 

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Moving baits; buzzbait, spinnerbait, bladed jig, trap, squarebill, spook, and jerkbait. Covering water is usually key.

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Lipless and shallow running crankbaits, spinnerbaits and bladed jigs.

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Black cavitron buzzbait and a lipless crank

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Bass Patrol Silicone Football Jigs 1/4 Oz. and 3/8 Oz. As a trailer I like to use a 3" or 4" Berkley Powerbait Chigger Craws in Green Pumpkin, Pumpkin Green Flake, Watermelon or Watermelon Candy...

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