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  1. rusty50576

    Jack hammer bladed jig

    I’ve heard they are but I would rather patronize a store in America
  2. rusty50576

    Jack hammer bladed jig

    I’ll give it a whirl! Thanks fellas. Anyone tried the strike king rage blade???
  3. rusty50576

    Jack hammer bladed jig

    Aw man! No wonder I suck with them. I suck with spinner bait almost as bad
  4. rusty50576

    Jack hammer bladed jig

    Do you throw them in open water? Steady retrieve? I have been fishing grass with them and it’s not working. Everyone seems to say throw them into vegetation and keep them away from logs
  5. rusty50576

    Jack hammer bladed jig

    I’m still 0fer lifetime on bladed jigs, I’ll have to learn a lot more before I pay 10-15 bucks for one .
  6. rusty50576

    How to get fall schoolies fired up

    Tough question, maybe back off and shut off the sonar, make some long casts?
  7. rusty50576

    Rescheduled TNBF #7 Boone Night

    Sci fi channel????
  8. rusty50576

    Parksville

    I’ve heard it’s almost all spotted bass with some of them getting close to 6-7 lbs . Small lake that I believe is clear water most of the time
  9. rusty50576

    New Floater

    Wow nice boat!!!
  10. rusty50576

    River fishing

    I fished holston Under that bridge yesterday evening (stayed literally under it for a while because of the downpour. ) we caught some tiny smallmouth and sunfish on crankbait, hair jig, and inline spinner. it’s pretty tough sledding right there this year. I did get a sauger and a drum trolling after my buddies left right before dark. There are big fish in the area, but they are pretty smart I guess. Maybe try Fishing as deep as you can out in the middle of the deep holes, there are some humps and sharp ledges here and there. Do you have a depth finder on the kayak? Also just remembered if you were fishing the holston in the morning, I’m guessing the water was raging so that makes it a lot tougher. Spinnerbaits jerkbaits and loud topwater seems better during generation
  11. rusty50576

    Berkley max scent

    Hahah! It is foul
  12. rusty50576

    7-8

    I’ve never been there but they typically gather under the grass mats midday where I fish down south. Frog or heavy sinker seems to be the trick
  13. rusty50576

    Berkley max scent

    Gulp will get me bites in the dead of winter when nothing else seems to. I miss winter already......
  14. rusty50576

    Ned rig

    I havent tried the elaztech material but I have been known to rip a worm to shreds and throw it into orbit from frustration after 15-20 attempts to get them to hang straight! A lot of the videos I have seen of people fishing the ned, the worm isn’t straight when they show the bait but they just fish it anyway. I just use small portions of a variety of floating soft plastics on cheaper jigheads. Even still I try to rig them weedless, hard to fish bottom with exposed hooks in the crazy current near me.
  15. rusty50576

    Pencil popper

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