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Question about lures.

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I have been praticing this year in a catch and release pond, only with a Spinnerbait.  I have caught so far 10 bass in 3 days time.

We are fishing off the bank, where it's rocky, near the docks " Which is where I caught most of my bass's.

My question is, What other lures is recommended to use in a weather that range from 50 - 60 degrees or 60- 70 degrees..

Any suggestions would be great.

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Topwaters early and late. Senkos and other plastics almost anytime. Crankbaits and jerkbaits should work too if your spinnerbaits are producing.

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Alright, I'll certainly try and use that.

However, I've never used a Jerkbait or crankbait.  Is there a particular method on how to reel those lures in, or do I just do it like a regular Spinnerbait?

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Personally I would go with a 1/2 ounce cotton cordell super spot.  They produce very well for me in that weather range.  

And to answer your question a crankbait you can fish like a spinnerbait but with a jerkbait your gonna want to crank it down a few feet then do a jerk, jerk, pause with it, make sure to reel in the slack afte every jerk.  Not a jerk like your setting the hook but more like a small downward twitch or your rod tip.  Pause for 5-30 secs longer if the water is really cold and if you have a bite reel in the slack before you set the hook.

And good luck!  ;D

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My experience is just about any lure in 50-60, with the possible exception of topwaters, and any lure when it's 60+.

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