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    Default How smart r you on bass fishing??part one

    1# Early spring time bass!! The best way to catch big Bass!!! What and how!! What are you looking for??? Best bait!!
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    Early spring time, jig n pig!!! It's a older bait!! But still one of the best
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    Hard to find those old Uncle Josh pork baits now. I still have a few unopened jars.
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    A crankbait on staging areas usually gets me some good bites.
    Take a Bass Boating!!!
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    Rattlin' Rogue gets big girls early in Spring..

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    Red eye shad 3/4 oz
    2019 LMB Total :278; largest 6.5#; Total over 4:48; lifetime largest 9.25
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    Every time I think I know what I'm doing, the fish quickly remind me that I don't know squat! Fishing is a very humbling sport! I guess that's what keeps me going after them!

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    Call me old-fashioned!! But springtime I downsize my bait, sometimes I use the medium fat-free shad white or crawdad color..When that don't work!! I slow roll a black buzz bait!! Spring means lots of rain n often muddy looking water!!
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    Hard jerk bait.

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    This post is to help people learn!!! Other people that know how to bass fish!! Will give you great tips on ,Bass fishing!!! This will cover spring,summer,fall n winter! When we r done!!
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    A plastic or real lizard, Carolina rigged in deeper water outside the bedding areas near brush or timber, and no weight added shallow, only a hook and lizard in clear water, jerkbait in water with good color.

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    Summertime is here!! Whatis your best summertime baits!!! Mine night fishing!! Jitterbug black!! Old faithful still knocks them out!! Plastic worm lizards crawl Dad!! Carolina or Texas rig!
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    Zoom Shaky Head worm fished on a Buckeye Spot Remover jig. Green pumpkin or black. Carolina rigged Zoom Ultravibe Speedcraw.

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    Jerry those work good!! I look for cover this time of year!! Any where a bass can blind in!! That can even be a few sticks or stumps or even rocks!! Where they can ambush that prey!!
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    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.
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