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Old 11-19-2010, 08:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Waters in the Mid 50's, What do you have Tied on?

what and where are you throwing this time of year?
Me:
buzzbait
jig
spinnerbait
rattle trap
shallow/med crankbait
swimbait
shakey
jerkbait
spoon

OK so I have too many rigs...
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Old 11-19-2010, 09:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Waters in the Mid 50's, What do you have Tied on?

Buzzbait
Spinnerbait
double fluke rig
Jig
Rattle Trap
Jerkbait, if water is clear enough
Shakey head
Crankbait
Spoon.
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Old 11-19-2010, 11:55 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Spoons and perch rigs
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Old 11-19-2010, 12:05 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: Waters in the Mid 50's, What do you have Tied on?

That was the last time I had caught any fish is when the water was in the 52 to 55 degree range. I found that the bass were holding in about 5 to 6 feet of water hiding in the weeds. I threw a white spinner bait and was getting bit quite often. Water has now dropped to 48 to 49 degrees, last three trips were all skunks.
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Old 11-19-2010, 05:39 PM   #5 (permalink)
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C-rigs: GP Centipedes, Salt-n-Pepper lizards, GP finesse worms, Arkansas Shiner Flukes

T-rigs: GP Speed Craws, Brody Oil Minda Craws, GP Trickworms

Jigs: BassAssault GP with natural craw beaver trailer

Spinners: White/Silver Head Trips, same Heavy Cover

Cranks: Med. diving Splatterbacks, shad colored suspending jerkbaits

Float-n-Fly: Crappie jigs with flashaboo

Wacky/Wacky Jigs: GP and watermelon candy Flick Shake, Camo Needleworms, GP Trickworms, GP/watermelon Senkos
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Default Re: Waters in the Mid 50's, What do you have Tied on?

i've got 5 crankbaits tied on , one spinner blade and one jig.
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Old 11-19-2010, 07:55 PM   #7 (permalink)
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1. blade or spoon
2. shaky head
3. hair jig
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Default Re: Waters in the Mid 50's, What do you have Tied on?

The question really is, what I don't have tied on at one point. Usually in these situations I start out with a Crank and Buzzbait. If the bass are still hitting the surface in the morning I will for sure be tossing the buzz bait around. Otherwise it is usually starting the day with the BigBass Crank from Storm. Then I usually go to a Husky Jerk, after 15 minutes of tiring casting I then move to yoyoing a red eyed shad. When all that fails I try t rigging a worm and then hopefully by then it is getting to dusk and the the buzzbait comes back out to wrap it all up.
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what and where are you throwing this time of year?
Me:
buzzbait
jig
spinnerbait
rattle trap
shallow/med crankbait
swimbait
shakey
jerkbait
spoon

That sounds like my whole tackle box.
OK so I have too many rigs...
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Old 11-19-2010, 09:49 PM   #10 (permalink)
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If you fish deep structured lakes the Cosmic Clock indicates fall ends about 58 degree water temps and transitions to winter.
Don't expect bass to be active more than short time periods and when they active bait fish should be the primary prey with crawdads being preferred during the less active periods.
Watch for bait fish schools approaching ambush zones such as points or humps and use lures that work well at the depth the bass are feeding.
We are talking outside main lake areas or large creek arms that nearly the same as main lake areas.
Structure spoons, blade baits or ice jigs.
Drop shot, nail waited or slip shot soft plastics
Jigs
Deep smaller size crank bait or traps
Swimbaits
Twin spins or under spins
Sammy's or Spooks
These are my go to lures for the next 3 months.
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PS; that was about 30 minutes of work with 1 finger
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