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Posted 02/01/13 - 04:42 PM
I'm heading to Maine this June and I'm looking for info
Please include name, size, and color
Posted 02/01/13 - 05:32 PM
Posted 02/01/13 - 06:13 PM
Posted 02/01/13 - 06:32 PM
Posted 02/01/13 - 06:50 PM
Posted 02/01/13 - 07:01 PM
Those things work like a charm. I get the Cajun-colored ones. I've found that the smaller ones work better than the larger ones, but they work like bass crack. It's my go-to bass bait.
I have a few of these but I need to give them a solid try. This year.
Posted 02/01/13 - 11:06 PM
to fish or not to fish...what a stupid question
Posted 02/01/13 - 11:47 PM
As for color, I like pumpkin, but have had luck with almost all the colors.
Posted 02/02/13 - 12:06 AM
For the most part maine smallies are easy. June your looking at the end of the spawn up there
I have fished the Belgrades allot around the end of May and early June. Would usally hit the spawn pretty good. Smallmouths on the beds are real easy to catch. My favorite rig was a Texas rigged white tube bait with like a 1/8 to 1/16 worm weight or a white grub. I liked white because I could see it the best. Color really didn't seem to matter with bedded smallies up there. The right conditions on the right lake a good fisherman can catch 50+ smallies bed fishing.
My favorite search baits were a gold rapala. Forget the size but a smaller one and Zara spook.
Look for beds on the gravel flats. They will look like a bulls eye light in the middle with a dark ring around them. If you spook the fish or no fish is there wait he will be back . Good luck
Also have a largemouth rig set up. Either with a worm or jig . Don't ever pass a tree in the water without casting in it. They all seem to hold largemouths. :thumb_up:
Posted 02/13/13 - 10:22 AM
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