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How to fish hydrilla

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Ive been having a lot of sucess fishing the tops of hydilla at night What I need to know Do the bass use those same hydrilla areas in the day and do the fish hug the bottom in all that stuff in the day I have found sevral areas of hydrilla in a few ponds and the beds in more than 6ft of water are the most productive at night, but thats working floating worms on top of the weeds at night I need to know if its worth fishing same areas only deeper in the day

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During the day hydrilla still hold bass because it produces oxygen and hidding places for bait and bass. In the morning I like to fish it with a frog. Buzzbait work well in the morning also.This pattern at times can produce all day long. In the afternoon I tend to flip it with a tube or jig. I try to target little openings and let my bait fall to the bottom. Make sure you use a rattle so it helps the fish find your bait. Soft and hard jerkbaits work well on the edges and a baby 1- works when you got room between the weeds and the surface. Rattle traps and spinnerbaits work also to give you other options.

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