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Fishing Equipment / Braid Line
« Last post by Igniter66x on Today at 05:13:25 PM »
I want to put braid line on my spinning reel, eye sight ain't what it used to be.  Thinking yellow braid vs green.  You think bass can see the difference.   
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Fishing Equipment / Re: craw
« Last post by Igniter66x on Today at 04:53:37 PM »
Really nice !
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Fresh Water Fishing Discussion / Re: shrimp
« Last post by TennRiverRat on December 11, 2017, 10:22:45 PM »
Never tried shrimp for bass fishing but have had a lot of luck fishing with live crawfish..
It may be a little late in the season where you live to find schooling minnows on your fishing waters, but you may want to keep this on the backburner for next summer and fall.
Learn to cast a throw net to catch your own minnows! Walmart in most towns sell a 4' and 6' throw net relatively inexpensive. Also buy you a plastic kitchen 13 gal garbage can and mount
one of the small aerators on one of the top lips of the can to bubble the water that you put in the can to keep the minnows alive and frisky. Lake water is best so there is no drastic change in water temps
to shock the minnows that you catch. The throw nets that you buy come with pretty good instructions on how to throw the net where it opens fully before hitting the water.
It will take some practice, but pretty soon you'll be an old hand at throwing the net.
Where I live, drifting live minnows in a steady current brings the best results but if no current is present you can fish them on a large bobber like they do in Florida.
B.T.W. I wouldn't opt for a throw net over 6' in diameter unless you have an extra large platform on the front of your boat. Anything larger than 6' is hard to manage if your throwing area is small.

TennRiverRat 8)

Edit: Drifting live minnows on the Tennessee River  is deadly on Smallmouth bass!

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Fishing Equipment / Re: craw
« Last post by TennRiverRat on December 11, 2017, 09:55:36 PM »
Looking good Jig Man!
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Fishing Equipment / Re: craw
« Last post by bassobsessed on December 11, 2017, 03:20:34 PM »
Looks like the lucky strike craws I used to use. Still have some Guido craws .
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Fishing Equipment / craw
« Last post by Jig Man on December 11, 2017, 03:10:21 PM »

Got a new mold from Bass Tackle today.  After I make a laminate plate the possibilities may be unlimited.



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Fishing Equipment / A new arrival
« Last post by Jig Man on December 11, 2017, 03:07:34 PM »
I just got a craw mold from Bass Tackle.  I did a few shoots to see how it is going to work.  After I make a laminate plate I can get serious about some variations.  I think the possibilities may be unlimited.


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Everything Else / Re: bass fishing with jigs
« Last post by bassman82 on December 04, 2017, 08:10:39 PM »
wow awesome thanks bassobesessed
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Everything Else / Re: bass fishing with jigs
« Last post by bassobsessed on December 04, 2017, 03:52:31 PM »
The fluke master on U tube has a great sight he has a segment on jig fishing and much more on many different presentations. His name is Gene Jensen .  He not only goes in to why but will show you how. Good Luck
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