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Mine is mostly spinnerbaits but I'm gonna see how well I can do on some kvd 1.5's

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I'm looking to rip some lips with Chrome and blue traps, jigs, spinners, and other cranks.

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craws n creatures, jerk baits, spinnerbaits, jigs, senkos, swim baits lol it all usually works out pretty decent but id have to say my go to is senkos n craw imitators.

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Chart/White spinnerbait and a Bandit 200, pearl w/ chart back.

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Spooks, Sammys, Buzzbaits, Bomber Fat Free Fingerlings, Wacky Worm

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Dang this is hard question haha. It all depends really cause the weather has been so up and down here. When you think the fish are ready for a transition some weather pattern stirs them up and scatters.

as for baits when the bite is finicky (like kentucky lake 2 weekends ago) carolina rigged centipedes. Baits when the bite is typical: spinnerbaits, squarebills, t-rigged craws, and carolina rig.

Note: carlonia rig is probably used 60 percent of the time cause..... the c-rig is the c-rig :)

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Crankbaits.

Shad Raps.

Then everything else!!!! ;)

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yozuri rattlin' vibe in baby bass has literally been magical for me this time of the year. that, a bluegill pattern square bill, and a buzz frog are always in the batters box for me in the fall. i don't like to slow down much unless i have to but if you see me with my my curly tail worms, game hawgs, and lizards tied on, i'm swimming them erratically as opposed to my usual crawling and hopping. remember, they're opportunistic creatures and that along with their vicious gluttony just before winter makes just about any bait seem productive

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Anything to imitate the fishies.

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Pretty much any reaction bait does well for me in the fall at different times. The KVD 1.5 should do well. I like squarebills until the water gets down to about 55 degrees, then Xcalibur XR50's come out to take their place.

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With ever changing fall conditions I'll have to divide it up.

For shallow fish; spinnerbaits, jerkbaits and flukes or houdini shads.

For deeper fish; deep cranks, lobsters, big worms, jig/craw.

To target the entire water column; a gycb swim senko on an evo shake2 head.

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Easy. Swim jig with a Baby Craw on it. When they want moving baits, this one is killer.

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Mine is mostly spinnerbaits but I'm gonna see how well I can do on some kvd 1.5's

My fall lures are either ribbiontails rigged texas with a bullet weight, either reeling continuously or hopping across the bottom. Also i use a wacky rigged senko, well actually wave worm tiki stik 5" and bounce it and let it sit. Or a small jig with a crawdad trailer. oh yea i use a the 7.5" culprit worm grape shad color, or a texas rigged wacky stick....got a huge hit on a spinner the other day. fish came off... One of the lakes i fish has shad, so i use a shad swimbait for others i use a bluegil swimbait

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Normally-Spinnerbaits & cranks early or when overcast or windy, Brush hog or rattleback jig in cover when the sun gets up.

This year-Hudds.....no other rods on the deck.

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+1 on the brushhog jigs, and rage craws they are awesome trailers.

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Jigs, black and brown.

black buzz bait when appropriate.

natural colored crankbaits and lipless cranks.

Texas rigged ribbon tail worm, color depends on water conditions.

Drop shot in deep water.

larger spinnerbaits, around 1/2 oz shad colored, more or less.

As always, the lure and presentation are determined by conditions and what the fish are biting for the day. Finding that out is the fun, rewarding,and sometimes frustrating part.

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Tell you what, I tried jigs 'til my arms were sore today (not a single fish), but here in MN on Lake Minnetonka, they were just slamming the KVD Sexy Shad Red Eye lipless crank bait. As in, hitting it 2 secs after it landed, and practically swallowing the thing (hooks were caught literally lower than any lure I've seen; almost swallowed down their mouth). I stayed with that the rest of the day, and caught a solid 10-15 bass on it, 3-4 of them pretty good size.

My problem when fishing is that when the fish start hitting something so hard, it's hard for me to switch it up.

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Suspending jerk baits work well on suspended fish around docks looking to ambush bait fish.

Buzzers, soft jerk baits, crank baits, lip-less crank baits and chuggers suffice. I try to stay more off the bottom this time of year because the bass are active and in the upper portion of the water column.

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