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Old 09-15-2008, 09:37 PM   #41
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I don't fish. I have other people catch them for me, 'then I eat 'em.
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For Bass: rico Poprs sp?, Zaar spooks, drop shotting robo worms, and dragging a big ol Carolina rigged 10 in. worm can get some big lunkers

Trout: 1.5"-3" floating rapalas, panther martin spinners in the rivers and live nightcrawlers of course
Zara spook is always good. I was waiting on a buddy, we were going in his boat. Bass were busting the water. I made some casts, but no luck. I decided to try parallel to the bank. BAM! 6lb Largemouth.
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Good links to bookmark

http://www.wmi.org/

Fishing Reports,boats & motors for sale, fishing news, etc...
http://www.wmi.org/bassfish/index.html

I use this site for fishing reports on my favorite lakes.
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Zara spook is always good. I was waiting on a buddy, we were going in his boat. Bass were busting the water. I made some casts, but no luck. I decided to try parallel to the bank. BAM! 6lb Largemouth.
There's nothing like catching a big bass on topwater. Scare the shit outta ya if your still half asleep
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There's nothing like catching a big bass on topwater. Scare the shit outta ya if your still half asleep
Hell yeah! It is getting cooler here. Just about time for Fall Topwater!
Zara,& Tiny Torpedo
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Yesterday my cousin caught a 5lb bass with a snapper popper. He's lucky the line didn't break.

As a kid, I did more crabbing with my dad. We would go at night in the boat and scoop them off the pilings. He used to make his own spotlights by taking the top of a clorox bottle and putting a car headlight inside. He'd wire the light to a car battery and voila.....we had LIGHT. It's one of the best memories I have of him.
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For the fishermen/fisherwomen. What is that one lure you find yourself using consistently? The tried and true lure that you can always count on.

Here is mine. A friend makes these lures as a hobby. I have done very well with his stuff.

http://www.jpjigs.com/DockSlingers.php

I usually use a watermelon seed zoom fat albert grub & chartreuse the tail.

I fish mostly on Lake Lanier. North of Atlanta
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Old 09-27-2008, 01:48 PM   #48
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Early in the morning, water is still, Tiny Torpedo (silver with red) buzzing across the top of the water... BAM!
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