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Sorry no pictures I have found that whe. It's dark the iPhone doesn't take the best pictures.

started off at 8pm with a crank bait worked all 180 degrees in this one spot with a rat l trap. Moved onto a trick worm had a nice tap tap bite but after a little lifted it again another tap tap but no taker. Tha. I noticed the new tip I glued on isn't solid and is twisting so decided to try the buzz.


worked the buzz earlier than I wanted and moved back and forth between buzz and spook. I can only do about 10 spook casts since wrist gets tired so kept swapping back and forth. Finally about y very frat spook bass grabs it and starts running. Bugs were all over me so between swatting and fighting fish finally hot it on shore. 4 of the six hooks were so,I'd i. The 1.5 pounder required a lot for work with needle nos to finally set it free.



Went back lack to my Diminki buzz bait and about 5 casts I latch onto a nice 2.5 pounder and it bends the snot out of the wire. Now that it's dark couldn't get it bent back correctly so now tied on the noise maker version. Had one. IDE blow up on second cast but after that intent dead quiet. Tired the spook and the buzz and worked till about 945 not a single blow up etc.


decided de to call it a night grab a glass of wine and work on a write up of tonight's action. The weather was perfect so nice to fish without sweating like a pig.
 

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Your title had us all wondering if the fish like you so well they come back from the dead to let you catch them again. :D
 

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Your title had us all wondering if the fish like you so well they come back from the dead to let you catch them again. :D
I have had friends claim I just keep the one fish and take pictures of it in various different dress and time of the year. I love the action of the head on spook but man it can tire the wrist quickly. Saw NCStateFisher using it during our topwater slaughter so had to try it out. I still think I like the Dimiki MTB buzz baits best as my topwater choice.
 

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Duh, lol...I should've been able to figure that out....it was late when I read that. Hahahaha


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It was late whe. I typed it up plus I was relaxing and drinking a glass of wine lol
 
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