How did he have it rigged? Just on a texas rig? I have looked at those several times. Looks interesting. I think it would get bit.My friend who lives to catch fish on off the wall "new" stuff ambushed me today with this deal.
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I refused to play with it - He caught 15 - I caught five.
last week it was zoom Rocky TOP colored worms (yes volunteer orange)..
Now this monstrosity.
Believe it or not this is not the worst hard head shellacking I have had- In the early days of the chatterbait I was schooled one day 38 to 7.
I just know if they would hit the CB they would certainly bite my spinnerbait.
he texas rigged it.How did he have it rigged? Just on a texas rig? I have looked at those several times. Looks interesting. I think it would get bit.
Tomorrow should be good. Taking my dad to my most secret, sacred, special piece of public water that I know of…..and I haven’t been there all summer so I’m hoping that they haven’t been harassed much lately and are happy to see us. We will see what the weather does. Looking for a big day.
I’m guessing the water temps have peaked. They were down yesterday to 82.My dad beat me like a red headed step child today out of the back of the boat. All of his fish were around this size and I lost count of how many he caught and I caught 7 and none of mine were over 2 lbs. Had an opportunity at a 6 pounder but there was a tree between it and me when I hooked it and we had a parting of the ways when it got in the tree. I have been experimenting with maxxscent plastics lately and thought I was getting another bite or 2 than my old tried and true zoom stuff but today the fish wouldn’t touch it and dad wore them out on the zoom trick worm all day. Due to the storms Sunday and Monday the water still wasn’t as hot as it should be. Saw it from 76-81.
I am going today and where I am going the water is the lowest it has been all summer, so it should be goodI’m guessing the water temps have peaked. They were down yesterday to 82.
Until we get the “fill up the lakes event” it should be some easy catching.
I’ll be there to confirm as often as possible.
I use 2 feathered hooks a lot of the time but I didn’t have two on today. It probably would’ve turned the few misses into catches.I hope you are wrong on the summer bite.
On your popper
Did we talk about using two feathered trebles?
I mentioned it to someone on the forum years ago. I went to two on the P70 and increased the hookups by a big margin.
You might play with that just to guve your Dad something to ridicule
My father thought it was stupid until he saw how many were hooked on the front hook instead of the back.
Great catch. I can’t go until later in the week and it’s killing me.
What is the sink rate on that bait compared to a senko?Not schooled but certainly educated with this bait today. My "New Bait " friend brings something every trip.
Needs no weight to cast even on casting tackle like a creature senko I guess.
He had green pumpkin. I caught more on baby brush hog but it was close. Biggest was on the brush hog a 7lber.
Should still be out there but baby sitting calls. Nice weather to fish.