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Unfortunately a dropshot and a neko worm.....hate fishing with a spinning rod but having to do it. Fun fishing club tournaments when they are used to me powerfishing and come in with a limit on the spinning gear.....although I complain and would rather catch them powerfishing.

 

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Keitech Fat Impact on an Owner Flashy Swimmer, so much so that I'm spending a lot of time figuring out what else they will bite - Swimjig, nope, swim senko yes, chatterbait in any of 100 blades/colors/whatever nope, crank rarely, buzzbait rarely, wacky senko does ok too, but man it's not my speed at all.

 

All dirt shallow, less than 5FOW. 

 

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1 hour ago, Ski said:

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It’s the way I rig and use it as a top water and as a swim worm.
I’m referring to the point of the cut in the tail end which gives it the action. 


When rigged with the point down used on top, it tends to spit water as you reel. 
When pointed sideways it allows the body to move also when used as a swim worm. 

 

As was said there is no wrong way, these are mine 

 

 

 

Mike
 

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It is amazing the variety of lures being used. The conclusion I have chosen is you can catch bass on any lure in your tacklebox if you have the confidence and persistence to try it. I think it comes down to what type of fishing you really enjoy. Some of us like power fishing, some light finesse, and some just some of both. 

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3 hours ago, Mike L said:

It’s the way I rig and use it as a top water and as a swim worm.
I’m referring to the point of the cut in the tail end which gives it the action.

 

Yeah, but the point facing left or right? come on, give us the juice... :)

 

Oh, hard crappie swimbait and slow rolling big spinnerbait getting the bigguns here right now, happy camper.

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1 hour ago, Blue Raider Bob said:

It is amazing the variety of lures being used. The conclusion I have chosen is you can catch bass on any lure in your tacklebox if you have the confidence and persistence to try it. I think it comes down to what type of fishing you really enjoy. Some of us like power fishing, some light finesse, and some just some of both. 

Absolutely. Luckily, I enjoy some of both and live in a place where I have the entire year to experiment. Apologies to our Northern friends!

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7 minutes ago, Skunkmaster-k said:

I know it’s juvenile , but the first thing I noticed in your photo was the yellow snow to your right. 

That's not from me !

:vrolijk_26:

A-Jay

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2 hours ago, Deleted account said:

 

Yeah, but the point facing left or right? come on, give us the juice... :)

 

 


I squeezed as much as I could 

 


 

Mike

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Cordell Redfin or Smithwick Rogue (depending on which one the fish prefer that day_

Flipping Tube

4" Salt Craw or SK Rage Bug

Zoom Ultra Vibe Speed Craw

 

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1 hour ago, riverat said:

Cordell Redfin or Smithwick Rogue (depending on which one the fish prefer that day_

Flipping Tube

4" Salt Craw or SK Rage Bug

Zoom Ultra Vibe Speed Craw

 

Love that speed craw!

On 3/30/2023 at 10:43 AM, Skunkmaster-k said:

I know it’s juvenile , but the first thing I noticed in your photo was the yellow snow to your right. 

Actually, it's not juvenile. Guys think that way until we croak! 

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On 3/24/2023 at 12:17 PM, A-Jay said:

Waiting . . . . .

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:smiley:

A-Jay

A-Jay I feel so bad by seeing this photo, I am gladly inviting you for next year to stop by and I'll bring you fishing when you have frozen lake at your hometown. I dont have bass boat but I have couple friends that I can get their boat anytime :)

@kevinmyfsuKevin, Wacky rig is getting me fish always, Somehow Senko 4" better than anything else. Also Carolina rig/Underspin/jig doing good right now.

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23 minutes ago, ATA said:

A-Jay I feel so bad by seeing this photo, I am gladly inviting you for next year to stop by and I'll bring you fishing when you have frozen lake at your hometown. I dont have bass boat but I have couple friends that I can get their boat anytime :)

 

@ATA

Thank you very much for the empathy & the very generous offer. 

I really appreciate them both.

However in just a couple of weeks, if things go even remotely as planned,

all will be right in my world. (fishing wise).

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A-Jay

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It doesn’t matter what technique is productive for me right now, I’ve got zero time to fish for the next…… forever. Such is life! 

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4 minutes ago, galyonj said:

 

star wars no GIF

?. I was able to fish off the dock for about 11 minutes, caught a bluegill. That’ll have to hold me for a while 

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Around here a half ounce tandem spinnerbait worked in and around vegetation has pulled away from the rest of the pack big time. 

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