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Bass in Autumn:
Bomber and Bill Norman Crank baits 4a,5a 6a Models ,Pop R for Smallmouth ,Squirrel Tail Jigs 16th oz. size , Yum Worms rigged Wacky style, Classic Floating Rapalas ripped just under surface over weeds, Spoons near bottom outside the weedline, 4” Swimbait , for late Fall: Mid size /Small spoons lifted over bottom and let fall back while drifting .Crawler Spinner harness's trolled slow.
BBOTY so far; 19.5" 4,1/4 # Grabbed a 4" Swimbait .A deep late June Fish (20-13') with surface temps at 79-81 degrees and bright Hot skies.
Hah you spoiler!
So far, they totally ignore anything that doesn't wiggle naturally. No shiny junk for them I am personally responsible for the breeding of smart bass in my little pond. They keep me entertained in exchange for me occasionally supplying them with gourmet dinner. In return, I release them back into the pond to breed more.
Maybe you need to slap those pond fish upside their heads with some wacky worms! Have you tried Keitech swimbaits .They work good around here but you know your water better than me,
Lowly canada worm. My pond fish will not hit artificial lures.
Thataway Sharon .What'd that nice Bass hit?
Well, I haven't been fishing for years, but I relapsed. This bass was 16" I hope I got the picture loaded.
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