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Re: pond lures

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The only lures that are not suitable for ponds are those you

don't want to lose! Diving crankbaits are a perfect example.

8-)

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[movedhere] General Bass Fishing Forum [move by] five.bass.limit.

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senko, wacky rigged. but have caught alot of pond bass on crankbaits

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I will throw a Rat-L-Trap or Road Runner depending on clarity.  

Worms/Lizards work as well but I tend to enjoy the faster moving baits.

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Me too...most ponds (city parks) are only 3-5' deep, so the worms are #1...usuaully a 4" roboworm.

A finesse worm works great for me

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    For ponds it's hard to beat a Senko.

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Shakey Head worms and lizards.

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A natural colored Rat-L-Trap works from sun up to sun down in my ponds!

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Worms by far and even though i get more qaulity fish on my jigs my personal best was with a worm ,,this will all change as i have found ragetails shads,anacondas,lizards,frogs ,spacemonkey and craws,i really love these things and if i didnt have so many manns and zooms plastics if i was just starting fishing and bought Ragetails this would be my only choice by far a phenomenal lure and so far stands right along with my manns augertails and zoom lizards

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My favorites have been either a Shallow or Medium diving crankbait.

This year I think the Rage Tail plastics will become my favorite with most of my catches so far being on a swim jig/chunk and other products getting a plenty of use as we get consistent weather.

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Bandit Footloose in chrome or pearl color.  Went with three buddies yesterday to a new pond, two started with worms & the other started with a spinner bait.  I caught four bass before any ot them had anything, one even borrowed a Footloose from me.  I usually start with a crankbait, then switch to plastics.

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GY pro twin tail grub black bl fl on a 1/8 to 1/4 swimming jig head ;) covers top to bottom

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The 3 local ponds I fish I have the best luck with a Cavitron Buzz Bait and all types of plastic worms rigged Texas and Wacky style.  Lately a little luck fishing Fat Ika's or Palm Trees.

Later, ;)

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Ponds all have their own personalities so it's impossible to say.  But for most that I fish where there are lots of weeds, I like a superfluke.

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