x2. and at night I think you can get away with bigger senkos. YTD 144 of the 176 caught so far have come from dinger/senko for us, but I have a unbalanced practice for using for them and perhaps I'm missing out on the best quality bass from what I read with other presentations.FishinMatt wrote:In general, go smaller on the dinger/senko type baits when the water is below 60. I like the 3'' early on, the 4'' in June, and 5'' the rest of the year. Not many people throw the 3'' models, but it is suprising the difference it can make early on.
Busse Jim wrote:question for yousoft plastic guys. i fish mostly dirty stained ccfp waters with visability of a foot at best i've never had much luck with soft plastics exxcept at the surface, and worms and jigs are quite and more of a site based bait, do you need clearer water with a few feet or more of visibility for them to be successful?
I think you are right on Busse Jim.Busse Jim wrote:Thanks navyfisher i'll have to try em more often. its just so hard to slow down and pick apart a small spot hoping the fish are there,guess i fish for just the active ones or pick up a reaction bite with the cranks and spins. then again if i cach a few in an area and they stop bitting i should switch to those and cover it more closely
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