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  • Summertime Long Lining

    31 24.60%
  • Summertime Spider Rigging

    17 13.49%
  • Summertime Vertical Jigging

    41 32.54%
  • Summertime Casting

    22 17.46%
  • Summertime Dock Shooting

    13 10.32%
  • Summertime Baits - live bait

    31 24.60%
  • Summertime Baits - Hair/Feather Jig

    19 15.08%
  • Summertime Baits - Soft Plastic

    64 50.79%
  • Summertime Baits - Horse Head Spinner

    17 13.49%
  • Summertime Baits - Beetle Spin/Spinnerbait

    2 1.59%
  • Summertime Baits - Spoon

    1 0.79%
  • Summertime Baits - Hard Body or Crank Bait

    28 22.22%
  • FALL Long Lining

    27 21.43%
  • FALL Spider Rigging

    36 28.57%
  • FALL Vertical Jigging

    43 34.13%
  • FALL Casting

    26 20.63%
  • FALL Dock Shooting

    14 11.11%
  • FALL Baits - live bait

    39 30.95%
  • FALL Baits - Hair/Feather Jig

    15 11.90%
  • FALL Baits - Soft Plastic

    69 54.76%
  • FALL Baits - Horse Head Spinner

    20 15.87%
  • FALL Baits - Beetle Spin/Spinnerbait

    3 2.38%
  • FALL Baits - Spoon

    3 2.38%
  • FALL Baits - Hard Body or Crank Bait

    9 7.14%
  • Winter Long Lining

    15 11.90%
  • Winter Spider Rigging

    28 22.22%
  • Winter Vertical Jigging

    44 34.92%
  • Winter Casting

    12 9.52%
  • Winter Dock Shooting

    5 3.97%
  • Winter Baits - live bait

    35 27.78%
  • Winter Baits - Hair/Feather Jig

    24 19.05%
  • Winter Baits - Soft Plastic

    58 46.03%
  • Winter Baits - Horse Head Spinner

    13 10.32%
  • Winter Baits - Beetle Spin/Spinnerbait

    3 2.38%
  • Winte Baits - Spoon

    4 3.17%
  • Winter Baits - Hard Body or Crank Bait

    0 0%
  • Spring Long Lining

    21 16.67%
  • Spring Spider Rigging

    27 21.43%
  • Spring Vertical Jigging

    42 33.33%
  • Spring Casting

    50 39.68%
  • Spring Dock Shooting

    12 9.52%
  • Spring Baits - live bait

    43 34.13%
  • Spring Baits - Hair/Feather Jig

    22 17.46%
  • Spring Baits - Soft Plastic

    74 58.73%
  • Spring Baits - Horse Head Spinner

    22 17.46%
  • Spring Baits - Beetle Spin/Spinnerbait

    4 3.17%
  • Spring Baits - Spoon

    0 0%
  • Spring Baits - Hard Body or Crank Bait

    6 4.76%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nutbush View Post
    I guess I missed the link to the poll. I can’t find it.
    You're staring at it.
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    Ohhh, so there’s like no option to click on? I just say what I choose??


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    Quote Originally Posted by bgctrading View Post
    I am on the app I don't see a poll

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    Yea same here! I feel dumb now for asking where the poll was.


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    the poll does NOT work with the app. You will have to use your browser.


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    My answers are kinda skewed because all my fishing is vertical jigging year round with tube baits .
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    Does not show up on cdc app. Use tapatalk or computer

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave336 View Post
    the poll does NOT work with the app. You will have to use your browser.
    Yes it does...click on the three dots in upper right...then select web view...then when that loads click the three dots again...then select desktop view...bingo...the poll comes up.
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    I voted, yep very interesting!

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    its not quite like chitown, I could only vote once. lol

    I see plastics are king on here, as the poll goes. that is what i use 75% of the time too.
    did you see the size of that thing


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    The poll only reflects are preferences. I could catch more fish in the spring for example using live bait but I only enjoy casting. The summer is perhaps an exception because the fish are deeper and trolling techniques are easy to employ as the fish may not be in cover or too shallow to troll for. In fact it is the only way I have consistently caught crappie in the summer. Trolling has the additional benefit in summer of keeping you cooler and less bothered by bugs. The poll tells me that more people are like me than I thought in the sense that they don't measure success by the number of fish they catch.

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