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    Default Smoking hot summer of bass fishing.

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    This year has been the best I have experienced for bass fishing on my little lake, the water level is still up and has been for a couple of years.I have been using minnows for the most part but was also told about a Berkeley worm by the name of Tequila Sunrise.Both are working great and the worm makers call for a number 4
    hook which I thought was pretty big,but in the end seems to be getting pretty good sized bass.I have been able to go out and catch 5 or 6 largemouths in the 2 1/2lb range every outing.

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    Think our lake ( Kasshabog) is a bit below you but so far same for the bass fishing, caught and released a roughly 5 lb fish ( 20 inches ) on Thursday and on our lake it is finding the feeding bass as they seem to stack up , lucky enough to have 20 or so spots to fish like that on the lake. will find the tequila sunrise worm.

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    Nice to hear you're having good summers for bass guys! I haven't had a chance to get out for a real bass fish yet this year, just a couple of times goofing around off of the dock.

    Tequila SR is a great colour for largies in the weeds, one of my faves!
    Heeere fishy fishy fishy fishy! Hidden Content

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