Catching More Bluegills

Discussion in 'Bluegill Fishing' started by H2o, Dec 29, 2006.

  1. H2o

    H2o New Member

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    I have found it very productive to put a large size yellow fly on a ultralight spinning rod to catch bluegills. This method is used for late spring and well into summer. Also I have walked the creeks and thrown small rooster tails at them.
     
  2. Ice-Berg

    Ice-Berg New Member

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    Yeah, since bluegill will bite anything really, any lure works for them, and if its not a soft plastic then you won't have to rebait which is convient.
     

  3. barbel

    barbel New Member

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    If you have ever heard of them, I advise using Charlie Brewer's Charlie Bees. Use them with their spinner...man, the bluegills can't stay off of them. I had a green sunfish hit one four or five times in a row. It was absolutely rediculous!
     
  4. TX Fisherman

    TX Fisherman New Member

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    use a small grass hopper top water, works awesome!
     
  5. catmanofohio

    catmanofohio New Member

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    use red worm.. small pieces just enough to cover the j in the hook... works great for creek chub and creek bait too.. bobber or bottom...
     
  6. TRYINGFORCATS

    TRYINGFORCATS New Member

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    I Use Shrimp, Bread, Worms
     
  7. F150Catfish

    F150Catfish New Member

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    theres bluegill still biting in cold water, find weedlines and fishing on near bottom, i using small worm because they are very picky so..