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Question by jhart2. Uploaded on January 31, 2010
depends on a lot of things but my fall backs are either a senko in a green or black weightless or a 6 inch trick worm red shad on a texas rig
Grande Mutant in watermelon is my go to bait.
Rat-L-Trap is a good one, so are curly tail grubs
A purple grape 6 inch worm, Texas style. A watermelon green senko is a close second.
I have almost all smallmouths in my area and my lure of best success is roostertail spinners.
I know alot of you guy's will disagree, but I have caught more bass on a rostertail than any other lure. But if I'm fishing strictly for bass I alway catch them on a 6" watermelon lizard on a carolina rig.
black and silver orginal rapala, swing pole and reel, let rest..repeat...bam!
rooster tails in firetiger or white/red colors
A worm seems to catch more bass for me than the other lures. I also like the roostertail spinner.
5" watermelon senko rigged wacky style
Im with Matt on this one. The trusty old Rapala is hard to beat for bass!
Purple worm with two bare hooks rigged for twirling.
Chartreuse or white spinner bait.
I posted it on the message board and i'll post it again, the almost only lure that i use bass fishin is a bright yellow or yellow and white spinnerbait.
soft plastic craw, green pumpkin
Dark colored Rebel Craw.
When I'm just messing around I use a green Beetle spin. The biggest bass I've ever caught have been with 6" worms texas rigged.
it just depend on the time of year, the depth of the water and alot of other things. my personal favorite time to bass fish is when they come up to the top and start chasing minners. It can be hard to do, but if you get on em you will catch a whole boat full. If they are chasing minners i would use a white and chartruse jumpin minner.
What kind of bass?
i profubly like buzz baits, and crank baits, and jumping minners if the running minners are running.
Sencos are the easiest to catch bass on, but i like the good old jig and pig, and lizards are hard to beat
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