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Does anyone us inline spinners for large or small mouth bass? if so what do you recommend?

 

Also, what are your favorite small mouth bass baits?

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My favorite is the Mepps dressed XD #3.

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1 hour ago, Junger said:

My favorite is the Mepps dressed XD #3.

I might have a new fav for ya, I've been known to talk after a double scotch or bourbon neat :) . I'm on 'em right now, slow rolling a 3/8 one. That  #3 is good for sure. 

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6 minutes ago, reason said:

I've been known to talk after a double scotch or bourbon neat

It's not even noon! :D

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1 minute ago, J Francho said:

It's not even noon! :D

Which is why it's only a double... :) 

 

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3 minutes ago, J Francho said:

It's not even noon! :D

"It's 5 o'clock somewhere".

:smiley:

A-Jay

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Just now, reason said:

Which is why it's only a double... :) 

 

I could us one at my desk right now! 😁

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1 minute ago, A-Jay said:

"It's 5 o'clock somewhere".

:smiley:

A-Jay

Almost 8 PM at 11 Degrees, Camp Lemonnier for example.... :usa-flag-89:

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I prefer a Mepps or Panther Martin over the Rooster Tail Brand. Many many years ago when I first got on the river in-line spinners I threw a high percentage of the time. Really a carry over of trout fishing. Productive smallie bait. 

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Rooster tails have to be burned to get the spin on.  Panther Martins are the best at slow rolling. 

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10 minutes ago, reason said:

Almost 8 PM at 11 Degrees, Camp Lemonnier for example.... :usa-flag-89:

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I'm with ya ~ 

I know how to knock the chill off.

:smiley:

A-Jay

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2 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

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I'm with ya ~ 

I know how to knock the chill off.

:smiley:

A-Jay

It hardly ever gets below 90º there, but I'll drink to that! cause I'm a Sailor, and gotta keep up the stereotype.... :) 

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1 minute ago, reason said:

It hardly ever gets below 90º there, but I'll drink to that! cause I'm a Sailor, and gotta keep up the stereotype.... :) 

"Chill" can certainly be a relative term - 

Either way . . . . .

:smiley:

A-Jay

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its only 33 degrees here, sunny, no snow tho. not even any ice to go ice fishing!

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1 minute ago, jrwerner310 said:

its only 33 degrees here, sunny, no snow tho. not even any ice to go ice fishing!

It's going to 55º today, so I'll give it a shot for a couple of hours.

Sorry for hijacking your OP with booze. shoot me your mailing address on a PM and I'll put a couple of inlines in the mail for you if you want. Where did I put down my glass?....

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I use either Rooster Tail or Mepps.  I'll fish with them when the bite slows way down.  Always seem to catch a small largemouth, or panfish.

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3 minutes ago, reason said:

It's going to 55º today, so I'll give it a shot for a couple of hours.

Sorry for hijacking your OP with booze. shoot me your mailing address on a PM and I'll put a couple of inlines in the mail for you if you want. Where did I put down my glass?....

jrwerner310@gmail.com

 

no need to apologize for the hijacking! lol its always a good time for a little boozing. Hoping to get a crown in myself after work. pup has to go to dog school tonight tho. 

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21 minutes ago, J Francho said:

Rooster tails have to be burned to get the spin on.  Panther Martins are the best at slow rolling. 

Said the salmon guy as he stared longingly at his spoon box.... :) 

But yes, they do need to get jump started more than most.

 

 

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1 minute ago, Bankbeater said:

I use either Rooster Tail or Mepps.  I'll fish with them when the bite slows way down.  Always seem to catch a small largemouth, or panfish.

i had a mepps spinner this past fall, but had a bad luck day with it.  bite was really slow. texas and ned rig both didnt work. so i figured i would give it a shot. nice 1-2lb bass hit it on the 3rd cast. nice fighter. went to snap a quick picture, he made on hell of a quick flap and snapped my line with the lure still in his mouth. saw im swim away with the mepps hanging from his mouth as a small rock bass came to swipe at it. 

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well that looks fancy

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48 minutes ago, reason said:

Which is why it's only a double... :) 

 

This with 2 drams?

 

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40 minutes ago, Catt said:

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Snagless Sally?

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1 hour ago, reason said:

Which is why it's only a double... :) 

 

I’ve been working on a bottle of highland park this week myself. 

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