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Hey im fishing a spot wich is covered in moss and you can see the largemouth bass and there is plenty of bluegill and sunfish TONZ ive used robo worms and grub tails pumkin seed and ive just been catchin gills ive used nightcrawlers and you know bluegill after bluegill i thought about using cut bait but not sure what do you think?

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well, I guess I'd have to say, use something that the bluegill aren't going to bite.  something bigger.  

go get a bag of plastic worm/lizards/flukes/etc...  maybe 5" or bigger.  

cast it past him and bring it right in front of his face.  if he doesn't go for it.  cast it so that when the bait comes by him, u hit him in the head.  

thats my 2 cents.

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Fish a 5 inch Senko Texas and weightless in the holes of the moss. Let it sink and wiggle. Green pumpkin and watermelon are pretty universal colors.  Hold on tight.

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I would try a suspending jerk bait, like the Mark Menendez Suspending Super Rogue.  

I would cast it past where I thought a bass was holding, twitch it twice, pause, twitch it 3 times, and pause, then go back to the 2 twitch and pause.  Continue this cadence until you are up to the spot that you feel will hold the fish, and stop it.  If it's a truly perfectly weighted suspender, it will sit there and not move up or down.

If a bass does not plaster the paint off of the bait, with it just sitting in front of it's face, then, I would move to something a little less sporadic, such as a soft jerk bait.  I would cast it past the holding spot, and once I got on it, I would let it go to the bottom, and then, let it sit for a while.  After letting it sit, I would bring it up, and repeat.

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Sounds like a jig situation to me.

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I was fishing a pond and saw a bass along the shore, just resting and minding her own business.

Since were were catching bluegills right and left, I put on a Zoom Mocassin Blue 4 inch worm and flipped it to her left side.

She turned, looked at the worm, and darted over and inhaled it.  And I saw it all happen!

So, we went to a larger worm and put it about a foot from her and she took it.

The guys are right, throw something the bluegills don't want.

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