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What's a good fishing technique or good choice of lures for lakes/ponds with alot of scum/weed. I commonly use texas rigs in thi

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  • What's a good fishing technique or good choice of lures for lakes/ponds with alot of scum/weed. I commonly use texas rigs in thi

    What's a good fishing technique or good choice of lures for lakes/ponds with alot of scum/weed. I commonly use texas rigs in this situation or weedless frogs; however, I wanted to broaden up my selection a little more. Any advice is helpful. Thanks alot.

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    Thats mainly what i do. somtimes you hav to find a lane of clear water and run a crankbait through there. then, the fish in the weeds will be tempted to strike at a fish with no where to hide.

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    • #3
      rapala suspending and let it fall a little bit and give it some twitches then pull it in.

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      • #4
        Floating worms work well too. Many times, they just slide right through that crap.

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        • #5
          Heavy mono or some kind of "superline" is a must, as you will often end up dragging in a 2 pound bass with 3 pounds of weeds.

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          • #6
            Armchair is right, you will also need a stiff rod to pull them out of the muck!

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            • #7
              floating rapala. Pull it in a ways then stop and twitch it a little, and do it over and over again.

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              • #8
                Frogs man real or fake, but nothing beats good ol crawlers

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