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Question by Panfry101. Uploaded on November 28, 2011
Texas rigged #147 black Uncle Josh worms are working the best for me, but I have also caught a couple nice bass out of a local creek on a Heddon Vamp Spook.
Here in the lower piedmont of GA it is still unseasonably warm and shallow to medium running crankbaits are still producing well on what would have been an early fall pattern. Won't be too long that the fish will get deep and jigging spoons will be the hot topic.
Biting very slow here in Oklahoma on Texas rigged black worms.
still fishing senko's just bigger and slower
roboworm craws but cant find right depth- soo only a few smaller fish caught in the shallows
use light bullet weight- bass spit heavy baits out at this time of year
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