Then what have you used that works for youEd Marcol said:PH-I don't find that a spinnerbait is all that great a lure on most bodies of water unless the bass don't get alot of pressure-ie they're stupid. You can throw one on Pueblo or Brush Hollow until your arm is sore and you won't have much to show for it. Now wipers are a different story and I've caught a bunch on a white/chartreuse skirt, double willow. And I've had good luck on pike when its windy. But bass learn pretty quick not to hit one. Ed
I forgot to add that I really like rat l traps and even better, cordell super spots. Super spots are the best lipless crank made. Too bad they discontinued so many of their colors.TroutFishingBear said:Ice, what was that crankbait you mopped em up at jerry creek with?
Me, I like senkos mostly. I also use rattletraps. I have experimented more with spinner baits this year with no success at all, both 1/4 and 3/8 oz, and that is at jerry creek where bass hit about anything. I've never caught a bass on a spinnerbait anywhere, although I'm sure they will work. This year I'm trying the rocket shad from sportsmans because they are smaller profile yet heavy. So far they haven't worked but I bet they will at highline or connected where big bass roam.
Good luck in your quest of the bucketmouth!