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General Discussion / Re: 4 degrees
« Last post by Lamar on Today at 11:18 »
  I'm into to all that odd stuff. I love who the Indians were and how they treated the land. The old Indian phrase " White man look - but not see " Is really what intrigues me. They would do things out in nature that were signs to their tribe but others would never notice. Like Marker trees or some call them signal trees. I like it because it gives me a different look in the woods.
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Soft Plastic and Plastic Baits - How To??? / Re: Frogs
« Last post by Kyle on Today at 10:35 »
Kyle...is that the ES mold?

Bingo
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Soft Plastic and Plastic Baits - How To??? / Re: Frogs
« Last post by Jkwbwca on Today at 10:17 »
Kyle...is that the ES mold?
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Soft Plastic and Plastic Baits - How To??? / Re: Frogs
« Last post by Lamar on Today at 10:04 »
 I like ! And you could see them a long ways out.
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General Discussion / Re: 4 degrees
« Last post by Kyle on Today at 09:54 »
  Your picture Kyle hits a topic my wife and I have been reading up on lately. Desire Paths. You guys get some time look that phrase up and do some reading on it. We see them everywhere and just knowing a name and having an understanding of why they're there gives you a different look at things.

Interesting topic & perspective, Lamar.  Good stuff.
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General Discussion / Re: Musky size tubes
« Last post by Brent on Today at 09:52 »
someone else suggested using a hot pink permanent marker

thanks guys
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Soft Plastic and Plastic Baits - How To??? / Re: Frogs
« Last post by Kyle on Today at 09:49 »
Some nice looking frogs, Lamar and a nice idea.

Was toying around with frogs last month myself

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Soft Plastic and Plastic Baits - How To??? / Re: Frogs
« Last post by Lamar on Today at 08:12 »
I like that...more realistic than a bright white.

  These frogs I'm giving away. I know I've said this on here before but the color frogs I fish are in this order. Black, white and pink and never with eyes. I think if you where fishing open water and I never do with a frog then these might work better. Normally I fish pads and heavy matted weeds with a frog and then I feel the bass can zone in on a solid non camouflage color better. Plus I can see the frog better to know weather the bass got it or missed it on the blow up. The hardest part of frog fishing is knowing when to set the hook. So I fish it with my pole straight up in the air. That way I have to lower the pole, see the bait is gone and then set the hook. It works for me.
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General Discussion / Re: Musky size tubes
« Last post by Lamar on Today at 06:13 »

I looked around also, I found an all white one, looking for pink head and white tail, and it is all for a Christmas joke. We hit a class A musky lake earlier this year and everyone threw, trolled, dragged, drifted for musky for about a day, the next day we moved to crappie fishing and as you would have guessed we picked up 2 musky over 48" and pink and white crappie tubes.
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  I see that all the time on my home lake. Guy's targeting them for days and only see follows. We have a bass tournament and 8 or 10 guys catch one pitching the banks.
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Soft Plastic and Plastic Baits - How To??? / Re: Frogs
« Last post by Jkwbwca on Today at 06:09 »
I like that...more realistic than a bright white.
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