A Technical question ~~~~about BASS
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    A Technical question ~~~~about BASS

    Whats your favorite Bass lure. How do you rig it. Under what conditions do you use it.

    I like to use surface lures, Jitterbug, CrazyCrawler, and Hula-popper in very still water at dusk.

    With a Drew Estates Java or Kuba-Kuba cigar and a pitcher of Cap't Morgan and Coke.

    This combination tends to work fairly well....well at least the cigar and alcohol part
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    Am just getting back into fishing, myself.

    If I remember correctly, a Heddon Tiny Torpedo dropped near cover, let to sit until the ripples fade then retrieved erratically worked some magic on smallmouth.

    Of course, I caught just about as many with a minnow under a bobber and that leaves your hands free for beer and to keep the kid's hooks baited.

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    I like smithwick rogues, buzz bait and the spook.

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    I've caught more on the 10" berkley power worm than anything else. Always rig Texas rig and almost any color this time of year.

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    Hula-popper is my summer lure. I have caught my biggest bass on a hula-popper that was handed down for years. I have put a few new tails on it. But when they are hitting they don't even care about the tail.

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    Texas ranch ponds- Lil Chugger at dusk

    Arizona deep lakes-Water dog bomber trolled deep.

    Black river (Apache res.) Arkie salty crawlin grub (motor oil/watermelon), carolina style. Drug through deep holes as slow as humanly possible...........

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    nice
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    Oh...read that wrong...thought Bass...as in phat beats.
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