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Hybrid bass questions.

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First i want to say that i am fishing a 1200 acre "city" lake that hybrids were first introduced in NC in the sixtys.I have no clue if they still are in the lake,the deepest water being around 50 feet deep.

Questions,i have fished for stripers with hopkins spoons and bucktail jigs once they were located on depth finder and verticle jigged for them,do you fish for hybrids the same way?What are there patterns

normally(spring,summer,fall,winter)? :-?

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Well, I agree that strippers can be a lot of fun..... But this is a "fishing" forum ! ;-)

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Okay, s-t-r-i-p-e-r not stripper...

The best "lure" is live bait. Otherwise, in addition to what you have been fishing, Mann's 20+ & 25+ are great for trolling. For casting, jerkbaits can be awesome. Probably the most common artificial is the Sassy Shad, but I consider it a very "average" bait.

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Strippers can be caught with those green rectangular pieces of paper.  ;)

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Late spring- early summer here, you can catch them with a popping cork with a 2 or 3 foot leader with a pencil popper at the end. Works well. I caught a 9-10lber last year on a bone colored lipless crankbait.

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You crazy kids and your crazy mispronounciations.  ::)

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i go striper fishing here in TX, we use a homemade "slab"   it is about 2 inches long poured of pure lead with a small treble hook...they are shaped like a fish(oval)...they are heavy...cast it out...let it sink....lift your rod as high as you can(getting a hook set at the very top of your lift is a pain)   let it fall on a tight line....thats it...works on whites too...you get wicked line twist as well...and if the lead becomes "dull" looking, scratch it up with a knife or other metal object

Cliff

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