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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaRay View Post
    Usually takes a big buegill to hit a bass plug, even though I've hooked a few that weren't much bigger than the plug. We figured it was trying to mate. LOL
    Fishing in a friend's pond I discover that an F03 floating Rapala will catch bream, crapie, bass and an unwanted mudfish that broke the plug. A really effective all around lure. It's about 2" long. Got it in a gift pack. Couldn't find locally after the mudfish episode so I had to order online.
    BH, love your Pondtoon. If I had it to do over that's what I would have gotten.
    Had to sell my Pondtoon due to my stage 4 cancer, gotten bad enough I can't fish anymore. I just about cried when it pulled out of my driveway!

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    1/32, 1/16 oz unpainted ballhead jig and too many lures to count.

    Crappie Magnet (most colors)


    Beetle Spin (most plastics)


    Spike tail (any brand, most colors)


    hybrid lures (the parts of two lures fused together with a candle flame)
    Claw from a bass lure added to a grub body


    Wacky rig mini-stick



    Wacky grub bodies fused together


    Make a curl tail into a straight tail - a big improvement!


    Berkley Power Grub (specific tail design)


    Slider Worm (shortened)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawk19 View Post
    Had to sell my Pondtoon due to my stage 4 cancer, gotten bad enough I can't fish anymore. I just about cried when it pulled out of my driveway!
    Man it break my heart to hear this. Wishing the best for you on this journey.
    God Bless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackhawk19 View Post
    Had to sell my Pondtoon due to my stage 4 cancer, gotten bad enough I can't fish anymore. I just about cried when it pulled out of my driveway!
    Dang man. Hate that for anyone. Good luck to you.


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    As my forum name suggests, I like live bait. It is not so much the bait, but I'm still a kid at heart and like to watch the bobber dance and move. The thrill of anticipation in the time between watching a bobber go down and setting the hook never goes away for me. If I can't find them with a fixed float set to 5 feet or less then my next favorite is a 1/64 oz black beetle reeled slowly along the bottom contour. I am coming around to the bison colored trout magnet also, but the black beetle is my normal go to.
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    For bait, I like bay shrimp,salted to harden them up, marinaded with scent oil & fished drop shot style on small Aberdeen hook. Do get lots of small sunfish with shrimp,but action usually constant & good mix of bigger ones also.Everything likes shrimp but be prepared to rebait alot .

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    I use jigs that I pour and tye - mainly the Chubhead (1/24th & 1/48th w/wo blades) for trolling and the Roundhead (1/32nd) for casting. Sometimes I will switch them. All the jigs are poured with a #6 BLN Lil' Nasty hook.

    Like to fish tipped with crickets/mealworms or plain. I'm stuck in a rut and that's all I fish with - except for Lake Havasu (the bigger fish prefer tipping with half of a worm).

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    Lake Havasu has some monster size Shellcrackers in it. My Oregon fishing buddy lived on Lake Havasu for years until he renovated his Oregon river house and moved there permanently.
    Mark 1:17 ...I will make you fishers of men
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