A photo of Dave Impagliazzo 's catch

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Dave Impagliazzo
8/27/2013 9:52:43 PM

Another shot of the 2.11 pound bass previously posted. I needed this fish I've caught nothing but under 1 lb for weeks. This fish hit it like it was mad at it and put up an awsome fight! Got my fix!

Catch Details

Largemouth Bass
Simmons Lower Reservoir

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boohyah pad crasher, 30lb power pro braid, ardent fisholage rod reel
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    1. GizmosBait 0
      There's a few ponds I fish that have frogs, and the atascosa river has alot of duckweed in some spots. Next visit to academy I may just have to pick a bright ...more one up and give it a shot.
    2. Dave Impagliazzo 0
      That sucks they work great in smaller ponds that have bull frogs or a chance of frogs near shore where frogs would hang out. I've caught fish in 6 in of water ...more with no pads but other frogs @GizmosBait
    3. GizmosBait 0
      I was going to buy one of those types of frogs today but no where I fish really has pads or duckweed around to put to play.
    4. Dave Impagliazzo 0
      Let me know how it works out and good luck! @dragon
    5. dragon 0
      Ok. Thanks. I will try something with a stronger scent this weekend.
    6. Dave Impagliazzo 0
      If they can't see it or smell it that's probably why your having the trouble @dragon
    7. Dave Impagliazzo 0
      Parts of the day/weather and throw it right there. But in murky water you gotta throw something bright or something they can smell wit scent tech or a spray on scent@dragon
    8. Dave Impagliazzo 0
      Try a bright colored senko like chartreuse or something with very sparkle flake and wacky rig it. Try to pay attention to where they breach and figure out a pattern ...more or where they hang out at different
    9. dragon 0
      What would you use for a murky lake in this time of year. I have one nearby and I am not seeming to catch anything big. I see largemouth breach water all the time ...more there though, so I know they're there
    10. Dave Impagliazzo 0
      No I like to use the regular frogs because poppers get snagged on the pads. And I can get a regular frog to do a popping motion or walking the dog is just as good ...more as popping @dragon
    11. dragon 0
      Do you use any top water poppers?
    12. Non_Typical 0
      Great photo!
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