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Discussion in 'Bass Fishing' started by David Knotts, Feb 12, 2008.
Just tjought I'd try to find out what evry body likes to use when you have to fish muddy water.
This time of year i prefer a lucky craft stacey or pointer,,,,fished slow, real slow. A smithwick rogue is also a good choice. If that doesn't work i go to a jig an pig combo. After the water starts to warm up a little bit i usually go to a wiggle wart crankbait.
chartuese rat l trap or chartuese double blade spinnerbait.
in warm water, i don't bass fish in winter. the bite is too slow for me in the wintertime.
I like a chartruse spinnerbait, rattling jig, and a wide wobble shallow diving crankbait in fire tiger, bone white, or red/crawfish pattern.
At this time of the year, it's "Nice & Slow" Bass Fishing for me until the water warms-up a bit, and they get in the mood to strat chasing there food. So I'm using a small rattling jig of some kind in a "dark color". After the water gets over 55 degs, I love to use Senkos in a "Lime Green or Watermelon color patten".
In muddy water i always use a dark color. I havent got to fish yet this year because most of the lakes are to frozen to put a boat in. Im going though when the ice clears.
cold muddy water i can be found slow rolling a single bladed spiner bait with a large clorado blade on it.chartruese and white.
Spinner bait with big blades ,or something along the lines of a rattle trap.
chartruese or firetiger crankbait, or stickbait
I prefer soft plastics if the water is real muddy. If it's just stained then about any bright colored crank bait or spinner bait will do. Allen
firetiger thunderstick works well in the muddy water here. or a chartreuse/purple rogue.
Spinnerbait with painted blades all the way. I like Indiana blades. Moves a good bit of water and the feel of the lure is important.
nice pictures kikin-wing:wink:
i like trolling worms slow:cool2:
I would agree with John on this. A blk/blue rattleback jig with a blk pork rind will also work well in muddy water.
Muddy conditions I lean to a spinner bait with a colorado or indiana blade for the vibration. With crank baits something that displaces alot of water when retrieved. Just my personal believe they need a little more something to key in on when it gets muddy.