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08-05-2015 09:04 AM
Weedline Wacky Worm

I took to the lake after work in hopes of stretching out some line. I hooked into a fish on my 2nd cast with a T-Rigged creature bait near heavy cover. I stuck with that pattern for a bit and put a few more smaller fish in the boat but the slime in this lake was giving me a lot of problems so I decided to back off the structure and focus on weedlines. I tried using crankbaits and a swimjig but wasn’t getting bit. I tied on a weighted wacky worm and it wasn’t long until they started biting. I caught around 10 bass on the same stretch of weedline, most of them were small fish but I did hook into a 2.5lber and on the very next cast one just shy of 3.5lbs which put a good bend in the spinning rod!

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