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26Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 6:54 pm

Lok Dog

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goldfish,.. Wink

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27Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:27 pm

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@Lok Dog wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

goldfishhhhhhhhh, the best live bait in the world for LMB.

28Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:34 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Oh yeah. Little Perch imitation

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Really is an easy tie.

Very nice Renegade!

29Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:53 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

Seriously..? Goldfish can have parasites, ick is one that is common, and if introduced to the water, can have a bad effect on other fish. Also, while the dfg guidelines don't mention goldfish, they aren't listed as "legal" bait for LMB.

30Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 7:59 pm

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@Hammer 4 wrote:
@Lok Dog wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

Seriously..? Goldfish can have parasites, ick is one that is common, and if introduced to the water, can have a bad effect on other fish. Also, while the dfg guidelines don't mention goldfish, they aren't listed as "legal" bait for LMB.

all very true hammer but it is an awesome bait.

I have done it few times befor knowing all the bad things that come from it, this was meny years ago when I was much younger

31Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:06 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Over the years, I've found the most consistent way to catch LMB is drop shoting, you may not get the biggest fish, but this technique catches fish, also split shoting is another way to get fish, especially in high pressured water.

Baits can be 4 or 6" roboworms, or any hand poured worms, or small creature baits. When the fishing is tough these are 2 of your best bets to get fish.

Crank baits are another high percentage bait.

I throw big swimbaits for Big bass, although smaller fish will hit them.

Technique is dependent on, time of year, water clarity, type of forage, and in my case pressure from the gazillions of guys trying to catch bass.

I have to agree with this. But I still love to play with the frog. I always forget about split shotting. Funny cuz that is how I started out being the only technique I really knew that well. Now I always forget about it. Good points Hammer.
Yo waxon! have you ever catch one on your frog techinc? I haven`t yet, but I`m persisten, When I get one I`ll be so exited!!


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32Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:17 pm

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Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

33Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:22 pm

Hammer 4

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

Seriously..? Goldfish can have parasites, ick is one that is common, and if introduced to the water, can have a bad effect on other fish. Also, while the dfg guidelines don't mention goldfish, they aren't listed as "legal" bait for LMB.

all very true hammer but it is an awesome bait.

I have done it few times befor knowing all the bad things that come from it, this was meny years ago when I was much younger

most live fish are awesome baits, like trout, but then any game fish is illegal to use as bait. Glad to hear you don't do it any more.. Thumbs Up

34Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:23 pm

Hammer 4

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

If you do get bit using a top water frog, Do Not set the hook upon the fish striking the bait, you will lose it. Do a fast 3 count, then swing for the fences.. Wink

35Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:27 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

If you do get bit using a top water frog, Do Not set the hook upon the fish striking the bait, you will lose it. Do a fast 3 count, then swing for the fences.. Wink
I heard of that before before..hmm


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36Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:46 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

If you do get bit using a top water frog, Do Not set the hook upon the fish striking the bait, you will lose it. Do a fast 3 count, then swing for the fences.. Wink
I heard of that before before..hmm

Ya, every frog guy will tell you its what to do and still hard to make yourself do it. I would love to have the chance. Need to find those tooleys and pads...some slop to fish.

37Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 8:49 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

If you do get bit using a top water frog, Do Not set the hook upon the fish striking the bait, you will lose it. Do a fast 3 count, then swing for the fences.. Wink
I heard of that before before..hmm

Ya, every frog guy will tell you its what to do and still hard to make yourself do it. I would love to have the chance. Need to find those tooleys and pads...some slop to fish.

There's a certain city park in O.C. that has, lily pads, at least they did a year ago..Some of the park lakes like El D have toolies where you can toss frogs. Also, don't limit your froggin to weeds, ect, they will work in open water to.. Wink

38Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:10 pm

waxon67

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

If you do get bit using a top water frog, Do Not set the hook upon the fish striking the bait, you will lose it. Do a fast 3 count, then swing for the fences.. Wink
I heard of that before before..hmm

Ya, every frog guy will tell you its what to do and still hard to make yourself do it. I would love to have the chance. Need to find those tooleys and pads...some slop to fish.

There's a certain city park in O.C. that has, lily pads, at least they did a year ago..Some of the park lakes like El D have toolies where you can toss frogs. Also, don't limit your froggin to weeds, ect, they will work in open water to.. Wink

Your right about that. Just hasn't happened for me yet. Eldo toolies been herbacided.

39Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:14 pm

Hammer 4

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Not on the frog becuase I rarely get to go to places I can slop and frog really. But top water yes I have. I love a top water bight. I hope this year to get a frog bit. That would be super cool. I fish them locally but mainly just to play. One day Eddie..one day.

If you do get bit using a top water frog, Do Not set the hook upon the fish striking the bait, you will lose it. Do a fast 3 count, then swing for the fences.. Wink
I heard of that before before..hmm

Ya, every frog guy will tell you its what to do and still hard to make yourself do it. I would love to have the chance. Need to find those tooleys and pads...some slop to fish.

There's a certain city park in O.C. that has, lily pads, at least they did a year ago..Some of the park lakes like El D have toolies where you can toss frogs. Also, don't limit your froggin to weeds, ect, they will work in open water to.. Wink

Your right about that. Just hasn't happened for me yet. Eldo toolies been herbacided.


Opps, forgot about the El D fiasco .. Crying or Very sad we will have to FW fishing one of these dayz.. Very Happy

40Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:16 pm

Lok Dog

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

Seriously..? Goldfish can have parasites, ick is one that is common, and if introduced to the water, can have a bad effect on other fish. Also, while the dfg guidelines don't mention goldfish, they aren't listed as "legal" bait for LMB.

settle down its a joke lol

i know how uptight and pissed off LMB anglers get when you say the word "goldfish" as you just did,.. Wink

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41Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:27 pm

Hammer 4

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

Seriously..? Goldfish can have parasites, ick is one that is common, and if introduced to the water, can have a bad effect on other fish. Also, while the dfg guidelines don't mention goldfish, they aren't listed as "legal" bait for LMB.

settle down its a joke lol

i know how uptight and pissed off LMB anglers get when you say the word "goldfish" as you just did,.. Wink

I get pissed because of what I described above can have bad effects on all the fish in the area, not to mention the fish that takes the bait, so yeah, I get upset. If you post it w/o a smiley or something, I take it that you were serious..I have seen, and know of people that have done that. The fisheries for LMB's are declining.

42Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 9:32 pm

Lok Dog

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I get pissed because of what I described above can have bad effects on all the fish in the area, not to mention the fish that takes the bait, so yeah, I get upset. If you post it w/o a smiley or something, I take it that you were serious..I have seen, and know of people that have done that. The fisheries for LMB's are declining.

but i did post it with a smiley Wink

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43Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Wed Apr 04, 2012 10:12 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:goldfish,.. Wink

Seriously..? Goldfish can have parasites, ick is one that is common, and if introduced to the water, can have a bad effect on other fish. Also, while the dfg guidelines don't mention goldfish, they aren't listed as "legal" bait for LMB.
while catfishing a few years ago we actually CAUGHT a VERY large gold fish!
not a carp, but a fancy bubble eyed thing with the huge feathery tail!
about 2 1/2 lbs. worth.
reeling it in by flashlight was a big surprize!

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44Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Favorite LMB bait on Fri Apr 06, 2012 4:40 pm

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My favorite bass catching lure/rig is the Thoraks Jigs Shakey Balls. The Bama Craw in a 3/8oz. My preferred trailer for this jig is a NetBait Tiny Paca Craw in Alabama Craw color. I'm not just saying this because we make them, I'm saying this because we have won the most money on these baits. The stand up action of these jigs makes the bass bite when other lures won't. My second favorite rig is a regular shakey headed worm. Preferring a finesse worm like a Damiki Finesse Miki. Deadly on heavily pressured fish.

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45Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Fri Apr 06, 2012 7:29 pm

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46Your favorite bass technique - Page 2 Empty Re: Your favorite bass technique on Fri Apr 06, 2012 8:11 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:My favorite bass catching lure/rig is the Thoraks Jigs Shakey Balls. The Bama Craw in a 3/8oz. My preferred trailer for this jig is a NetBait Tiny Paca Craw in Alabama Craw color. I'm not just saying this because we make them, I'm saying this because we have won the most money on these baits. The stand up action of these jigs makes the bass bite when other lures won't. My second favorite rig is a regular shakey headed worm. Preferring a finesse worm like a Damiki Finesse Miki. Deadly on heavily pressured fish.
nice I will look to buy some thanks for the tips

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