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Ben W

New Pond...New Bait...More Bass!

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Ever since I caught that 18 inch bass, I knew it would be a good year. However, I tried more and more at that pond and caught nothing. I went out and bought some senkos and they did not produce after 3 visits to that pond. I decided that I would try a new pond that I have never fished. Jackpot. Yesterday, I caught a 12" bass, just under a pound. Today, I caught a 16", 2 lb bass. Both were caught with Blue Pearl/Slv Flk 5 inch senko. This is the most something has produced for me and I'm loving every moment of it. The thing is the the watermelon/blk flk has not caught anything yet. I'll just give it time, because those senkos are doing good for me :D

15 and 1/2" or 16" (Tape measure is a little bent)

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2 lbs!!!

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haha not the biggest fish, but exciting!

Ben

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Great job. Stick with the senkos and I promise that you will catch fish. Watermelon/ black flk has been a great producer for me.

Keep up the good work.

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Super! Congrats on using your logic and knowledge and being successful.

I wonder if they like the "white" type color baits?

Have you thrown any white trick worms to see what happens?

Keep those pics coming.  :)

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That pond is somewhat muddy, so maybe they see the white better then the watermelon? All I know is that I've found a great place to fish for bass, and it seems I'm the only one fishing it!

;D

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Congrats on the new hole you located.  You should have blast catching more especially if no one else fishes it... keep up the great work, and it'll definitely pay off in the long haul.

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Biggest producer for me this year in muddy water are *** *** 4" and 5" and the 6" ***.

Colors: Black, Watermelon, Baby Bass, June Bug, Sour Grape & Watermelon Chartreuse.

I try and stick with dark colors in muddy water and a refelective flake when the sun is shining.

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You could also try flukes.

The strikes you can get with those are fun to watch and all size bass eat them.

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