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niKKoWed Jul-08-09 02:42 PM
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#3609, "Super Spooks..."


          

Hey guys, what colors do you prefere to use in the mornings and late evenings?

thanks!

  

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RE: Super Spooks..., Lake, Jul 08th 2009, #1
RE: Super Spooks..., magmaster, Jul 09th 2009, #2
      RE: Super Spooks..., niKKo, Jul 09th 2009, #3
           RE: Super Spooks..., swimbait, Jul 09th 2009, #4
                RE: Super Spooks..., niKKo, Jul 11th 2009, #5
                     RE: Super Spooks..., Samurai TI, Jul 16th 2009, #6

LakeWed Jul-08-09 04:11 PM
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#3610, "RE: Super Spooks..."
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I only use 2 colors ever. bullfrog for off colored water like the delta and clear lake and g-finish shad for clear reservoirs

  

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magmasterThu Jul-09-09 08:25 AM
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#3611, "RE: Super Spooks..."
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Bone covers you for about every condition

  

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niKKoThu Jul-09-09 03:24 PM
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#3612, "RE: Super Spooks..."
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Thanks guys.....

Why the heck do these lure companys have to make so many colors.....dang it....sometimes I just say screw it and click out of the site....

I'm lisrening to you guys so I'm going to get something light and another in a darker color.....at leasr they are not to expensive.....

Btw....do the hooks need to be changed out, just wondering...

  

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swimbaitThu Jul-09-09 03:30 PM
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#3613, "RE: Super Spooks..."
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On Super Spooks I'd trade out for #2 round bend gammie trebles. Some people like the EWG styles as well.

I'm a fan of black or shad pattern spooks. Never been a huge spook fisherman in general but used to have a lot of fun with the black spook at Santa Margarita in the evenings back in the day.

The Vixen is a great topwater bait as well if you are looking to complement your super spook. Spotted bass eat up the Vixen.

  

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niKKoSat Jul-11-09 06:36 PM
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#3614, "RE: Super Spooks..."
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thanks Rob...

why is it that there are so many missed bites when fishing top water baits?

  

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Samurai TIThu Jul-16-09 03:15 PM
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#3615, "RE: Super Spooks..."
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Many times they miss b/c they're just slapping at it. They'll come up and turn RIGHT before grabbing it. It looks like the bait goes under but that's just b/c of the commotion they make. Frustrating!

Sometimes they'll actually just bump the bait also. This happens more with frogs. I've even had a day when I didn't get a single hook up but they would hit my frog up to 3 feet in the air. It was crazy.

Todd
http://www.bassanglerprofiles.com/toddiwamoto.htm

  

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