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Started by jim cosgrove. Last reply by John Sheehan Nov 20, 2018.
Share your favorite riggings and how you you utilize them to target the Small mouth.Continue
Started by Slip Sinker. Last reply by John Sheehan May 15, 2016.
Started by John Sheehan Feb 5, 2016.
Let's discuss how to succeed finding hooking and landing Smallies that live in rivers !…Continue
Started by John Sheehan. Last reply by John Sheehan Dec 21, 2015.
That's right a spoon also Allen . I am confident you will be on them in short order Allen ! Best of luck pal!
Yes, I've seen/read many accounts on In-Fisherman about "Rippin'" for Smallies with a spoon or a RattleTrap. I've also heard that Smallies will come up through 20 FOW to smash a topwater.
Yeah, I can see myself having fun with them. I just need to get after them.....
Smallies often hit close to bottom , have similar preferences to active temps as Yellow Perch which also feed close to bottom . Smallies will smash a topwater plug which I've never seen a Perch do though !
Thanks John yes I also had good luck on the Rapala chrome blue RNR rattle trap
With Marks help and your ability I'm betting you'll be catching Smallies soon .Doug Stange had a segment on the IN-FISHERMAN show the other day on Smallmouths .It was the Cold water period and he was ripping Rattletraps off the bottom in deep water and getting many . I did this once years ago one very cold early April day . I was in a boat .I got one on a Blue Backed /Silver sided Rattletrap in 20-25 feet of water off a Rocky Island .The other two were shallower and I got them on a Purple 1/8 oz Grub casting to a huge Rock on shore .Those three Smallies though not big took First Place in a Club tournament .The Largemouths just weren't moving that cold day . Try that Rattle Trap trick if you get the chance and Purple Mister Twister Grubs on an overcast day .Great fish Allen you're gonna like their spunk .
Hi Allen check out the two flies I posted on favorite rigs those will catch you anything ,esp smallmouths
It may be awhile before I can give any good advice here. I have never caught a Smallmouth. I'm in "learning mode" for those fish.
Welcome Allen Morgan ! Looking forward to your input here!
Michigan has amazing Smallmouth ! Thanks for the post Slip.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has confirmed a new state-record catch for smallmouth bass.
Greg Gasiciel of Rhodes was bait-casting Sunday with a green grub when he landed a 9.33-pound, 24.50-inch smallmouth bass from Hubbard Lake in Alcona County.
The previous state record for smallmouth bass was set in 1906 with a 9.25-pound, 27.25-inch fish taken from Long Lake in Cheboygan County.
This marks the sixth state-record fish caught in 2015. State records are recognized by weight only. To qualify for a state record, fish must be verified by a DNR fisheries biologist.
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