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It rained all day today. Water will be high and murky in a reservoir near me in CT tomorrow. I need some tactics. High of 60, pa

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  • santa
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    For real muddy water, I like gold blades on my spinner baits because they show up better and black Texas rigged worms for worm fishing.

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  • miller73
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    if they have rattles im assuming they will be good. and probally close to cover.

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  • bigfishguy
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    also where will they be holding?

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  • bigfishguy
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    How about jerk baits, lipless cranks and spinner baits?

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  • miller73
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    if the water is murky try a black bait, there should be a silloute showing up in the water. this should be visible for about 2-3 feet. if its more on the clear side use a natural colored bait.

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  • It rained all day today. Water will be high and murky in a reservoir near me in CT tomorrow. I need some tactics. High of 60, pa

    It rained all day today. Water will be high and murky in a reservoir near me in CT tomorrow. I need some tactics. High of 60, partly cloudy. Anything helps. If this shows up twice then sorry my connection is bad.

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