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    Largemouth bass bite is great. Finesse is still the name of the game. Ned rig is still king for me. I tried reactions but nothing, still to early. C-point was very productive. With the water drop, that point has created a nice shallow run. Pulled most of them out of this shallow 10-15ft. I started jigging at 50ft for striped bass, but ended up pulling up a decent LMB. It came up bloated so I had to purge it.
    Stripers didn't want to play today. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by FISHN FX View Post
    Largemouth bass bite is great. Finesse is still the name of the game. Ned rig is still king for me. I tried reactions but nothing, still to early. C-point was very productive. With the water drop, that point has created a nice shallow run. Pulled most of them out of this shallow 10-15ft. I started jigging at 50ft for striped bass, but ended up pulling up a decent LMB. It came up bloated so I had to purge it.
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    Don’t bring in the bass so fast next time. I heard the stripers are biting at the wood

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    Nice! Ned rig was working great for me last year, but the only issue I had was getting hung up in the rocks. Same problem I had with shakey heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowler View Post
    Donít bring in the bass so fast next time. I heard the stripers are biting at the wood
    Bro I'm pretty sure he couldn't tell the difference

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    Thanks for the report!

    Just picked up a small 14' aluminum boat. Can't wait to get out there.

    Do you recommend any spots?

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    Nicely done. With the water clear finesse is the deal. Solid results congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okgene View Post
    Thanks for the report!

    Just picked up a small 14' aluminum boat. Can't wait to get out there.

    Do you recommend any spots?
    C-point was hot when I left it. I would start there, maybe they still wanna play. They're starting to move towards they're beds, so fish the points and shallow flats leading into coves. They might hang around there longer waiting for the water to warm a bit more.

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