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When fishing the heat of the day, what is your favorite lure for bass?

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  • When fishing the heat of the day, what is your favorite lure for bass?

    When fishing the heat of the day, what is your favorite lure for bass?

  • #2
    when its scorching hot go deep or go home. I throw a Yum Craw Pappi on a 1/8 ounce or heavier jig, works every time. The noticeably get shallower as the day cools down.

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    • #3
      oh and my bass is bigger :P

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      • #4
        Recommended Bass Fishing Lures
        Topwater Fishing Lures
        Bass'n Chugger - a 2 1/4" Topwater Popper
        Bass'n Popper - a 2 1/4" Topwater Popper
        Bass'n Popper Senior - a 2 1/2" Topwater Popper
        Dancin Dog - a 3" long "Walk the Dog" Topwater Lure
        Rippin Junior Minnow - a 3 1/2" Topwater Jerkbait
        Crankbait Fishing Lures
        Mini Crank - a 2 1/2" Crankbait diving to 5'
        Fat Chub - a 2 1/2" Crankbait diving to 5'
        Shiner Minnow - a 2 1/2" shallow running Crankbait
        Rattlin Shad - a 2 3/4" lipless crankbait fishing lure
        Fat Crank - deep diving crankbait fishing lure
        Spinnerbait Fishing Lures
        5 Spinnerbait Styles - a very versatile fishing lure
        Soft Plastic Fishing Lures
        3" Crawfish - the favorite food of Smallmouth Bass
        Slug-A-Jo 6" Worm - essential for any Largemouth Bass fisherman
        3" Reaper - use as a trailer

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        • #5
          in the heat, a riverside jig or jitterbug

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          • #6
            Black Lizards

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            • #7
              In the heat of the day, topwater is not where you want to be.

              A jig, weighted worm (wacky worms and their slow wacky action are great to entice lazy midday bass), or something that suspends and you can retrieve slowly would be good choices.

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              • #8
                There are a few baits i use during the heat of the day, the first is a texas rigged worm or tube.

                The next would be a slow rolled spinnerbait or buzzbait worked along lilly pads or shoreline.

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                • #9
                  i like to use a black trick worm in 5 to 10 feet in brush piles.

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