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Back at it. 2 years 2 months ago #29593

  • Flaswimbaiter
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Before the tropical storm, all the local lakes were drying up, now they are overflowing and the bass are acting differently.  Normally these particular lakes I was fishing today really produce, but it took me a while to find someone biting and when I did, they were snook.  I ended up with one average one on a topwater and lost a big boy on a glide bait (which I lost shortly afterwards).  

I had three big bass come at my baits toady, but only halfheartedly bit at it, not sure why there behavior has changed so much. When I finally found some that actually wanted to eat my bait, I ended up catching a five, a couple of fours, a three and a few other small ones.  





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Re: Back at it. 2 years 2 months ago #29612

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Nice1's Dave. That is some serious hardware you're throwing at them fish. :thumbsup:
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Re: Back at it. 2 years 2 months ago #29615

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These lakes are full of mullet that size, that's why that attack these with extreme prejudice.
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Re: Back at it. 2 years 2 months ago #29642

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Nice fish! I still have never fished freshwater...I gotta try it sometime soon...if you ever want any company and feel like showing someone the ropes, I'd be forever grateful... :)
If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there'd be a shortage of fishing poles. -Doug Larson
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