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Thanks guys! 1st Bass on spinnerbait


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In Feb I asked the forum "if you had to start the day with three baits what would they be?"  Worms were #1, Spinners #2, cranks#3.  I never fished a lot with spinners, I have a few, so based on your input I walked to the lake with a black with a silver Colorado blade.  The day was dark, overcast, and windy.  Casted parallel to bank as Roadwarrior suggested in "pond fishing"  caught my first two bass on spinnerbaits...yippee ;D

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Roadwarrior, the wind was howlling that evening.  I was happy to be able to throw the SB.  :P I do however want to take your other tid bit of advice on pond fishing and that is fish the worms without any weight.  I catch bass regularily on a Kalin grub on a jighead near docks and pontoon boats.  it will be interesting to see how they react to a softer landing

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I caught 1 bass on a yellow BuzzB from the dock last year.  Twas fun.  I tried it the same night/eve I fished the spinner, but no luck.  It was choppy so I thought it might work.

Question: I noticed that the BB makes a slurp...slurp...slurp sound as I reel,.  Is that OK or should it be a smooth gurgling sound? How fast should I reel it?  I'm thinking just enough to keep it on top.  All tips appreciated.    ;D

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I think you can slow roll buzzers just below the surface to burning them very fast. Just depends on how your particular fish react I guess.  You can also bend the blades to make them run at different speeds. Slurp slurp?  Mine always seem to have a pretty steady buzzing sound, so I'm not too sure about that!?  Maybe someone else can help us with that?

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