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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » U.S. Post and Topics » U.S. West Region Introductions and Discussions » Fishing Reports Western Region » Perris In The Sticks

Perris In The Sticks

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1Perris In The Sticks Empty Perris In The Sticks on Sat Oct 19, 2019 4:57 pm

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Hit up Perris today. I fished the east end in the submerged tress and bushes.Once again I had to revert to the drop shot using shad colored worms. Went thru 2 bags of worms today lol and lost about 10 drop shot rigs because I was using 8lbs mono. I kept getting hung up on branches or fished that wrapped me in the branches. I didn't count all the fish I caught today and lost a ton more. Lost a 6-7 lbr today. Right as I was bringing him up he jumped in the air a spit the hook. Still a great day out on the water! The weather was beautiful with temps in the low 80's. Here's some of today's fish.

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2Perris In The Sticks Empty Re: Perris In The Sticks on Sat Oct 19, 2019 6:50 pm

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Thanx for the fish report with pic’s! Thumbs Up
Excellent fish action!

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3Perris In The Sticks Empty Re: Perris In The Sticks on Sat Oct 19, 2019 6:58 pm

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Nice day on the water. It looks like you landed plenty of nice ones.

Thanks for sharing


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4Perris In The Sticks Empty Re: Perris In The Sticks on Sun Oct 20, 2019 12:16 am

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Nice going Steve! I have a bass fishing friend that fishes Perris and has had some great success using a flylined 6" inch black Zoom Trick worm fished slowly thru all the flooded brush and trees. John told me he rigs his worms weedless Texas style and by fishing it weightless and slow, he rarely gets hung up.

5Perris In The Sticks Empty Re: Perris In The Sticks on Sun Oct 20, 2019 7:18 pm

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Nice going Steve!  I have a bass fishing friend that fishes Perris and has had some great success using a flylined 6" inch black Zoom Trick worm fished slowly thru all the flooded brush and trees.  John told me he rigs his worms weedless Texas style and by fishing it weightless and slow, he rarely gets hung up.

I actually tried the weedless Texas rig but the bass wouldn’t bite it. I even tried a couple of other weedless rigs but the bass wouldn’t bite. They wanted the bait suspended in their face.

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