Jarbo03 wrote:Those two are nothing but life support systems for vaginas
excellent advice. K.I.S.S.I would also look for sites like this .http://home.comcast.net/~rkrz/infoarch/fyicarol.htm basic instruction on how to.Barney#1 wrote:Looks like you have already been given some pretty good advice. Soft plastics are the way to go most of the time. My suggestion would be for a new bass fisherman is to start simple. Select a few of each of these types of lures, and learn to use them. Spinner baits-1 chartreuse 1 white. Plastic worms- my personnel favorite is zoom in motor oil chartreuse. Red shad is another go to color. Top waters- Zara Spooks have never failed me, a couple of poppers, and a white buzz bait. Crank baits- A Rapala Shad Rap 6' diver in silver and black. Lipless crank baits- Rattle traps. Silver/black back and a silver/blue back. These are good locater baits. You build yourself a small tackle box like this without nine thousand lures to chose from and learn to fish them you will get the hang of it pretty soon. I myself probably have a couple thousand lures, but when the fishing gets tough I always turn back to my go to lures. Use the light/natural colors in clear water and the brighter or darker colors in stained water and you can't go wrong. Good luck and when you get the hang of it, take a kid fishing.
swampbilly 1980 wrote:.....I think Fred Arbogast was a genius...I can't help but to keep a simple Hula Popper and a purty Jitterbug in my box. When they get surrounded with the new stuff that's on the market, I reflect back to the days when these were the only topwater baits to use if you "wanted to catch fish",.. along with Tom Manns' "Jellyworm".. which was the "cats' meow",..dang , gettin' old aint' we G.S.?
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