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Tips On Winter Pond Fishing in Northern FL?

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So far, fishing's been bad this year. Normally, I get maybe 5-10 fish per trip. This year I'm getting 0-2 fish per trip. I'm sure it's related to the colder-than-normal temps around me.

 

The only thing that's given me any success is slow rolling Keitech 3.3's. I've tried senkos, T-rigged lizards, and jigs, but I haven't had any luck. Does anyone have any advice for baits and presentations? Thanks.

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fish deep and slow...all my after work spots all slow right now, water is cold and our fish don't like it.

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Whatever you fish , do it slow. I haven't been much lately. I would still try senkos or zoom super flukes , but just throw em out and let em sink. The flukes aren't being bit with the twitching retrieve right now. Try ribbon tail worms too.

Another thing people often forget about is using live bait, shiners or bream in the winter. That'll get em biting!!! .

 

 

 

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