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What lure should I use for largemouth in a small pond near my house this time of year?

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with Beekeeper answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • fishin fool
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    good success here in fort collins,colorado with burgundy colored curly tail worms twitched VERY slowly.

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  • dwaynez
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    You can't go wrong with topwater and spinnerbaits as mentioned by several people above.

    Another lure I have great success with in ponds this time of year is a tube or artificial worm.

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  • fishfinger
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    A few said spinnerbaits a few said jigs. Try the chatterbait. You have the best of both worlds.

    http://www.chatterbait.com/

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  • DanInArkinsaw
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    I love a spinnerbait. The versatility is amazing. You can fish it right on the bottom or bubbling the surface almost like a topwater. You can use a stop and go retrieve, a slow roll or you can absolutely burn it. If I could only take one lure, that would be it.

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  • Beekeeper
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    Chartreuse Spinnerbait.

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  • timothyfaw
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    i would use a jig with a worm on it you catch more fish on it.

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  • Dannyjr321
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    rapala original floter reel a few times and let it come back to the top. i have had nothing but good luck with these

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  • RangerJDG
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    you need to start using top water baits, then in the summer you use crank baits

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  • catfishclark10
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    try using a small, light colored spinner bait like silver or white

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  • bonnier-admin_2
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    Thats a easyone!

    JITTERBUG!!!

    https://www.onthewater.com/LureArchive/Jitterbug.jpg

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  • tourneyking734
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    Oddly enough when I went to NC last year at this time to visit family we used 1/16 ounce jig heads with curly tail grubs on them. We then slowly twitched it around cover and along the shore

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  • RangerJDG
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    THE BEST WAY TO GO IS CRANKBAITS. BUT SMALL. ONE EXAMPLE IS THE HERDON SUPER SONIC

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  • Huntandtrap09
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    good answer easternshore

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  • TheEasternShoreHunter
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    mabey a jig or a crankbait i live in MD also and it is not 65-75 degrees yet

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