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    Quote Originally Posted by BluegillHunter View Post
    I would NEVER fish for a bluegill on a bed.....
    What about a futon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    What about a futon?

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    Go with the lightest weight jig you can get away with. I usually stay at 1/32 ounce. Cast it out, let it sink to the bottom (watch the line because it may not make it to the bottom before getting hit). Slowly, very slowly. drag it or hop it back in. Dark colors seem to work better in dingy water. Slap a slab bite or crappie nibble on and have fun!

    I also love 1/32 ounce Bett's spinners, but you have to retrieve them really, really slowly so they down rise up.

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    My go to is a 1/32 black or black/gray hand tied squirrel tail jig

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    I use a #8 hook,plastic bead,Ultra Chenille body, fur tail and rubber hackle legs.Name:  Drop Shot Flies.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by livemusic View Post
    On Toledo Bend, in its early years, there was no limit, you could catch as many as you wanted. And we would. I mean, iceboxes slam full of them. Hundreds per day per boat, literally.
    On a lake like TB, the bream population would probably not be harmed. Fishing like this has decimated some primo smaller lakes I used to fish, though.

    I don't try to bed fish. If I find bedding bream, I'll fish for them, but I release everything I catch.

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