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Fishing after heavy rain/ thunder storm on natural northern lake


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If the water has muddied up I would use a brighter colored lure. I’d also look a little shallower than previously fished.

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^ If you're using spinnerbaits - go with Colorado blades for the 'thump' as well.

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The Local brown bass population thrives in the routinely clear water.

So if the rain muddies it up a ton,

I'm looking for cleanest water I can find.

If there isn't any 'clean water, I'm fishing close to the bottom & tight to 'cover'.

Rattle & bight colors is SOP.

If it's not too bad, maybe just a little 'color', I'm looking shallow.

Sometimes both pay off . . .

https://youtu.be/eGeAS26LB3w?feature=shared

https://youtu.be/o9xew3tWuuU?feature=shared&t=319

:smiley:

A-Jay

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