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    Surf rider!! It's kind of funny! Pick the bark off!!! But that's what it takes to get the job done!! Most people don't know that!! A friend told me one time!! U see red clay bank!! There's all ways fish there!! Old Shadrach pretty smart man! He's the one who told me that!! True to this day!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SurfRider View Post
    I like to use a Texas Rig Berkley Power Worm to 'pick the bark off' deep laydowns in summer time. (Jerry coined that phrase when he and I fished together and he asked me if I was going to pick all the bark off before we moved, right before I hooked a 4 pounder... been using that phrase ever since). Focus on ones near creek channels and especially if you mark shad balls nearby. Be sure you get that worm down into the deepest branches of the laydown. As soon as you pull it over a branch, let it sink all the way and then repeat. Might have to hit quite a few trees, and spend some time on each, doesn't always produce but when it pays off, it pays off big.
    Remember at RRR, and the six I got on the Ole Monster worm? If I recall we skinned that tree pretty good.

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    This year I've been using a tomato worm that's what they call it!! Jeremiah Billy Ray couple others I know college firecracker!! Solid red center clear coat with glitter over!! Now we have crank some good-sized bass then the fat worm! But we use it on a Carolina rig!!and if you don't have any of those worms get some!!
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    I'm at jorden, bass crappy all biting good!! Trying to fish,but have 3 grand kids, wife daughter and son-in-law and my two dogs!! Everybody wants to fish off the boat! But I got a bass boat! So I take 2 with me and we fish for everything!! No choice this time, grandkids go tell
    Wife everything, then I catch Hades!!
    Faith and prayers are strongest things in life we have!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry condrey View Post
    Remember at RRR, and the six I got on the Ole Monster worm? If I recall we skinned that tree pretty good.
    Yeah I do, I don't think we left much bark on that one. I remember you using those monster worms out at Badin one day too, made a believer out of me!
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    Got me some Power worms too.

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    For hot summer days I like a topwater like a hula popper around sunrise and sunset. During the day if there are clouds, I like to roll a spinnerbait along weedli
    nes and
    edges. If it's su
    n
    ny I do like to throw drop shot or fi
    nesse worm and drag it o
    n bottom over poi
    nts. Good times.

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    What about hot summer nights?? I like a black jitterbug!! How about u, night bass fishing can produce some big bass!!
    Faith and prayers are strongest things in life we have!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Hot summer nights are for sleeping so you can be on the water at first light the next day and make the most of the topwater bite.
    Take a Bass Boating!!!
    Life Jackets and Kill Switches save lives.

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    Black Ole Monster worm..

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    Tomato worms!! It's a fake worm but they call it color tomato!! I've been using them and bass just tire the crap out of them!!!
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    Fall of the year!!! What bait how deep??
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    Floating worm in the grass, or weightless Senko around trees. Spinnerbaits.
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    Later Fall, Carolina rig Zoom UV Speed Craw around rock and points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surfrider View Post
    later fall, carolina rig zoom uv speed craw around rock and points. :d
    absolutely!!
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