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WELL THIS IS THE ONLY PLACE TO FISH FOR BASS AROUND HERE SO I DO WHAT I CAN. LOCAL PARK LAKE ITS APPROX. 48 ACRES AND IS PRIMARILY MUD BOTTOM WITH TULES, SOME DOWNED TREES AND BUSHES AND SOME SCATTERED ROCKS. ANY IDEAS ON SOME OF THE WAYS I COULD REALLY GET INTO THE BASS WOULD BE GOOD ALSO I FLOAT TUBE IT AND THE DEEPEST SPOT IVE FOUND WAS 6 FEET.

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Try a buzzbait early in the morning or in the evening! We have lake's like that around here also and those fish are real picky! A buzzbait should get them riled up enough to hit. If not maybe a devil's horse.

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Max depth is only 6'? Only nee 3 baits.

1. Zoom Fluke

2. Zara Spook or Skitter walk

3. Rapala minnow or Lucky Craft pointer.

Oh yea, unlock you caps.  

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I would take only one rod and one bait.  That bait would be a Senko.  Cast in that tree, around that floating dock, into the reeds, and anywhere else.  With only a 6 foot depth, you won't have to wait all day for it to sink to the bottom and I bet it would do quite well there.  JMHO.

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ya when i lived in california i loved fishing senkos all day in the tules. ya there is some big bass in this lake heres on that i caught and i know there are bigger ones hope to get into them this year.

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x2 on the Senko. I would weightless t-rig it and cast right next to the cover. Let it sink, if you don't get a hit on the fall give it a jerk and let it sink again.

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Chatterbait or Boogiebait in the morning or evening, try playing with the colors, i like the frog pattern, or ozark smoke.

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buzzbait in the mornings... spinnberbait after that....

can't go wrong with a senko either...

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Can't believe no one commented on that toad picture! That is friggin' funny right there! ;D

Anyways, that pond looks pretty sweet! I would also probably stay sorta close to that fountain, but I would spend a lot of time focusing on those trees as well. Senkos, flukes, and a few shallow lures, and you should be nailin' em!

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Can,t add much more except maybe a Pop "r".

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I would get jigie with it  or maybe a spinner - Senkos would be great arround the docks and trees.

Looks like some nice water though got to have good size fishies in it.

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what do you guys mean by staying close to the sprinklers?. is it creating more oxygen near by or what. never thought of fishing it im really just a structer fisher.

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This looks eerily similar to a local forest preserve in my area.

Buzzbait in morning is good start. Probably gets hammered with spinnerbaits so I would use them as a last resort. I have had excellent success with tactics the "Average Joe" will not use. A 4" senko is dynamite at these type places. Walk the shore and you will eventually find an out of the way spot that holds fish. Work a worm or brush hog slowly across the bottom also. Look and see what everyone else is using. Chances are it will be spinnerbaits or crankbaits. Try something different away from the crowds. If it's not heavily pressured, go with your strengths. Love the frog Pic. I've caught quite a few on frog baits.

I wish bass were as aggressive as those buggers are. I had one come 30-40 feet to grab my bait.

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Looks similar to where I go often.  Weightless senkos t-rigged thrown around structure and rattle traps thrown out past the deeper sections so you are pulling through them.

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Early Morning/Evening: Zara Spook, Buzzbait, jitterbug or plastic frog.

Day: weightless wacky rigged senko, 7-10" worm and toss it in the weeds or around the structure, jig & chunk.

Don't have to stick with this schedule because all these baits will produce and time of day.

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