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Hello,

 

I was wondering what are you guys favorite lures when it is just starting to get the temperature over 50's and in the mid-'60s. I tend to fish pretty clear water,  it has been pretty windy these past days, and I tend to fish ponds, but I am trying to fish the Nashua River but I have never known what to really throw in Rivers even though I only live a couple of minutes away. So what are your guy's recommendations?

 

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Martin Sierra 

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Hey Martin, I don’t fish the Nashua river much but there is a lot of information in the southern New Hampshire thread about it. There are a few guys that fish that river a lot. Good luck!

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Lipless crankbaits and jerkbaits will be your 2 main baits. Try different colors and different retrieves to see how they want it.

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Jigs work very well for me. Even if the lake is still have frozen. This time of year you’ve got to find the warmest water.

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Hey martin, I can't say I fish many rivers but I do fish a lot of ponds throwing:

  • Chatterbaits
  • Jerkbaits
  • Lipless
  • Finesse Jigs
  • Flipping jigs 
  • T-rigs 

And when it warms up a bit my top water I'll probably use a whopper plopper to throw it in areas that were covered in aquatic plants and pads in the summer time. 

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