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Was planning on going fishing for bass and/or trout sometime soon. Haven't ever gone bass fishing before, can anyone recommend some gear and tips? Also, does anyone know any good spots for either species in Northern Colorado? I would prefer a more secluded lake or stream. Thanks:)
 

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Jerkbaits always do well for bass.
Trout are always easy to fool with just about everything. Kastmasters and inline spinners.
How far north? Like Delaney north?
 

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If I only had to fish with one lure for Bass it would be a Senko. These rubber worms can be fished in a variety of rigging styles, but I find the Texas rig and Weightless to be the most effective, with the Wacky rig coming in close as well. 5” Senkos using a 3/0 offset worm hook is a good place to start. I tend to have luck with darker earthy colors, but it is good to have a variety. These lures take practice to get good with. Senko fishing is a skill in and of itself. Here is a link to a video that talks about the different rigging styles.
 

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If I only had to fish with one lure for Bass it would be a Senko. These rubber worms can be fished in a variety of rigging styles, but I find the Texas rig and Weightless to be the most effective, with the Wacky rig coming in close as well. 5” Senkos using a 3/0 offset worm hook is a good place to start. I tend to have luck with darker earthy colors, but it is good to have a variety. These lures take practice to get good with. Senko fishing is a skill in and of itself. Here is a link to a video that talks about the different rigging styles.Senko Fishing
oh wow thanks for all the info =)
 
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