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#1
Cool , thx for all the advice and tips
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#2
Texas rigged worms/speed craws/fighting frogs. Fish tight into the structures/jetties/reeds etc.

Just watch out for the drunken idiots on ski boats/jet skies/etc.
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Dcfi Wrote:Just watch out for the drunken idiots on ski boats/jet skies/etc.

Why, is Schuster up to his antics again? :blue-lol: :blue-lol:
On a serious note, you have the right to report okes like this and have them removed from the water if they threaten other people's safety!
BIG FISH EAT LITTLE FISH....
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Of course there is.......spinnerbaIts and rattling crankbaits.BUT be warned for MR WHISKERS!they are huge!!!!!!!!braking 15lb mono like an elephant stepping on your feet!
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I will agree with Dcfi and Steven, plastics, cranks and spinnerbaits will all work. Cranks in Perch/Kurper patterns work well but the trick is deffinately getting right into the structure, try find small cutbacks in the reeds and skip those plastics under jetties.
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