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What do you throw in this scenario?

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location: new england(mass)

water conditions, gin clear, 15+ft visibility

air temp 75-80

water temp, guessing around mid 60s.

sky mixed/sunny

little to no aquatic vegetation, depth 7'-20' ft

some stumps, rocks etc.

I went here once last year for smallmouth, but ended up running into a few lm at the end.

its a very different body of water than i am accustomed to fishing(lilys,shallow ponds,milfoil/grass.

and its a haul from me relatively speaking.

i have no fish finder.

 

thank you!

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Perhaps take a page out of @Will Wetline 's play book.

He fishes Quabbbin and does well.

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A-Jay 

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^^^Yup; Ned rig and drop shot; natural colors; 4" green pumpkin wacky senko; small swimbait on a light head

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Ned rigs, Bitsy Bug, 4” shaky head rig, popper, and a small crankbait like a shadrap is what I would start with. I fish lakes exactly like what you described and I do great with this group of presentations.

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Whatever you throw, make long casts and give your bait time to sink into the strike zone.

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Sounds like a great situation for Ned Rigs, crankbaits, jerkbaits, and Senkos.

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Natural colored craw dragged slowly on the bottom. 

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crankbaits, just changed often it not working until you find what they want or senkos hard to go wrong with

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Add a T-rigged Hula Grub into the mix.

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