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What specific soft bait should I use in October specifically for bass?

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    What specific soft bait should I use in October specifically for bass?

  • #2
    It depends on the body of water. The vegetation, the structure, the baitfish ect.

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    • #3
      This time of year on the Columbia River it's smoke grubs jigging for smallmouth in ribbon grass.

      Over rocks, crawl a lizard or salamander.

      It duzzn'ttake long to limit out.

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      • #4
        For me, it has always been some form of Texas rigged black worm. I have always been able to find large mouth bass in waters where the soft plastic worm has worked especially when the temperatures start to change from summertime to fall. I have used soft plastics for years, but in recent years, I have found that natural pork rind worms work as good or better. Uncle Josh's #147 porker in black is now my go to worm.

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        • #5
          thank you santa

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