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2011 Freshwater Bass Reports

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2011 Freshwater Bass Reports

Post by RedneckAngler on Fri Apr 08, 2011 8:17 pm

Local bass are bitin'. I've had success on shallow ponds with swim baits, jigs and smaller spoons. Don't be afraid to cover water with a swimbait, as I've found the fish consistently hitting moving presentations. If you're not getting the hook-ups, slow down and go to a more deliberate presentation like the jig and creature baits.