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Buzz Bait in any color as long as it is Chartruse and white.
May not catch the best and biggest but it is the most fun to catch bass on.
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- Joined: Fri Sep 28, 2007 9:12 am
- Location: Southeast New Mexico
In the spring time, it's hard to beat a 6" Watermelon Yamamoto Senko. Here are two big girls from last year on the Yamamoto Senko (sorry the pics are small):
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- Joined: Mon Sep 17, 2007 9:33 am
- Location: Cary, NC
well, down here in texas, ive grown up on fishing 8" purple worm and i have seen more big fish caught on that than anything. but that is slow as hell and too boring for my taste. when it gets hot in the summer, its great to find a deep creek and run a crankbait through the timber! but nothing is more exciting than a plastic scum frog in the pads during springtime! ive also had tons of luck with floating worms, but never really produced many fish of quality caliber with them!
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- Joined: Mon Aug 20, 2007 10:53 pm
- Location: NE TX
well the pics might be small, but the bass aint. nice
ole mrs saggy belly
SouthArkduckslayers- "I think I got cancer...."
DC KILLER- "HUH?"
"yea, I got this bump on my lip"
"yea, hang on a second and Ill tell ya bout it, let me put this dip in"
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- Location: Bossier City, LA
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