1. Ya mamba hog... Megabass

    1. lemesnil 0
      @EZgonefishin ... And it works ! ;)
    2. EZgonefishin 0
      Dude that's mean lookin
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      Likewise and merry Christmas to you too. @greatness627
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      Appreciate the "follow" bud. Looking forward to your blerts. Merry Christmas!
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      Will do right now... @Ben_Sanford
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      Check my blerts for a limit caught under a full moon last April on Pickwick Lake.
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      @Ben_Sanford you will rock the smallies hard stripers too... Just asked one of the guys we sponsor about Pickwick Dam... Now I gotta check it out!!!
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      Dam for stripers & smallmouth.
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      WOW! So much info, I had to read it twice! All top shelf stuff! Gonna have to print this out, laminate it & put it on the boat for reference. I can see me vertical ...more jigging it off the face of Pickwick
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      $$$$wise elite earnings are strong. ;)
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      ---------------ELITE--------- :)---/)/) tight lines. @Ben_Sanford
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      @Ben_Sanford this is the basic working on how I work this guy in particular. It does bring home the bacon.
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      @Ben_Sanford ... And don't be afraid to modify a shaky head rig to this bad boy... On light tackle around riprap edges and broken current points!
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      @Ben_Sanford .. An undressed jig head is fine .... And works very well when water is to hot for bass to accept larger baits... Big fish will sometime prefer smaller ...more baits in hotter conditions...
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      @Ben_Sanford as for jig heads and trailer jigging ... Work it as a trailer on a skirt jig the same way you would work the specific skirted jig style.. Football,swim,finesse ...more etc etc.
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      @Ben_Sanford weightless t-rigging is fantastic in the warmer months do to its ability to hard glide = more time in their striking zone...drag ,pop pop stall drag ...more and repeat ..work various speeds.
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      @Ben_Sanford .completely through the hydrilla and onward into your primary strike zone. Never use more weight then what you need when punching and always use heave ...more gauge hooks. And lower gear ratios.
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      @Ben_Sanford when using this punching I work 80lb suffix 832 line on my megabass LIN 10 mars for winch like purposes . Use the smallest weight of tungsten that ...more will still allow you to penetrate ...
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      @Ben_Sanford ...faster drops of it being t-rigged drives them crazy super aggressive ... I also work a stiffer gauged ewg #2 as apposed to the #3 when c-rigged...
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      @Ben_Sanford working humps ledges and deep submerged cover you can't beat a c-rig I use the t rig when I'm working it through the spring spawning shallows. ...more The bites that are triggered through the..
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      @Ben_Sanford Bass hold in a more dissolved oxygen rich band being in weeds or other types of structure... A c-rig allows your bait to work different depths and present ...more your lure slower than t-rigs...
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      @Ben_Sanford In the super hot months and very cold I tend to work it either weightless and in deeper water situations when I'm searching for them I work it c-rigged ...more it truly depends on the oxygen band
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      @Ben_Sanford yes to all this rigging types and even weightless texas style. Depending on the time of day and water conditions and time of year and body of water ...more I'm fishing this lure can be productive
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      Would you fish these on an undressed jig head, C-rig, T-rig? Gimme some detailed suggestions. Fishing local tourneys, 11.2 sounds like $$$ to me.
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      Getting a five pack in that same color!
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      Thanks! Punching Lilly & Hydrilla are how the biggest Largemouth are caught on Kentucky Lake in Aug. & Sept. Punching, plus 10" C-rigged black worms ...more on deep shelves.
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      @Ben_Sanford ... I hope you dig these guys as much as I do... The largest bass I pulled up with one of these was 11.2 lbs on lake Conroe rigged on a jig. They ...more are great for punching weeds too.
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      Just ordered mine!
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      @blackboi @ronety @whitebass_05 .... These things are straight killas... On their own or on a jig... Slam it like there's no tomorrow! They are all action!
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      Yeah that will def work.
    33. blackboi 0
      That looks like it will do some some damage
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      Looks sweet!
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