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I know that all fisherman have one technique that they use in fishing that helps them catch tons of fish.

Whats your best technique out in the water?

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I employ the "do nothing" technique and can load the boat with it.The bait I use with the "do nothing" technique is a wacky rigged senko.

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I like to think that I am better than decent crankbait fisherman. I do pretty well anywhere from less than 1ft all the way down to about 12 ft. Past there it starts to get kinda rough.

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Gettin jiggy with it.

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Slow down the presentation.  I got so much more "activity" on the other end once I learned to slow it up a bit.

I don't know if that qualifies as a technique but it does for me.  

Al

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Fishing soft plastics.

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#1 Texas Rigged Gene Larew 7 ½ Salty Ring Worm Cinnamon Pepper Neon/June Bug Laminated (Camouflage).

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My best technique is swimming a t-rigged soft plastic worm. Out of all the bass I've caught in my life so far, I would have to say about 95% of them came on this presentation.

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get by the bank throw my texas rigged cotton candy baby brushhog the hit the trolling motor and pull accross the bank with my banhdit crankbait

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enter the plastic world. catches more bass in fla than any live bait or artificial. you can fish any part of the water column with it or the thickest cover. the most versatile bait ever invented. before plastic ,they even used pork rind and fished it much like we fish plastic today. larry nixon made his reputation fishing a plastic worms and most of his peers think he is the greatest in the world at fishing plastic worms.

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Sorry Ive got 2 best.

1;Weightless t-rigged Snekos or Zoom or Manns jelly worms ( Most of my bass)

2; Depending on the conditions a #9 to # 11 Original or Jointed Original Floating Rapala  silver with black back stop and go on the topwater

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If you're gonna limit me to one methoid, I'll have to go with a Crig.

I can catch fish with it at any depth, in almots any cover at any time if year.

Rough to use it through the ice though.

Brad

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At different times in my life, I could have picked one technique, but not now.  My "bests" would be fishing plastics, spinnerbaiting, and shallow crankbaits.  

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