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My favorite Fall / Winter Bass Lure

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My favorite Fall / Winter Bass Lure
Since I am new to the forums, I though I would start out by sharing something that works for me with fall and winter bass.
This lure is deadly for me on deep reservoirs with deep points and humps when water temps are 50-60 degrees...so give it a try

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i14A3Plod4Y
(This post was edited by 1Cast1Fish on Dec 4, 2017, 7:25 PM)
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Re: [1Cast1Fish] My favorite Fall / Winter Bass Lure In reply to
Good video, thanks for sharing with us.


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Re: [wiperhunter2] My favorite Fall / Winter Bass Lure In reply to
Glad you liked it, The underspin is definitely one of my go to lures for bass...works great on stripers too.
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Re: [1Cast1Fish] My favorite Fall / Winter Bass Lure In reply to
   I have used underspins often and I like them a lot for covering water. They are starting to get pretty creative and different makers are adding their own little twist to them.
Thanks for the video.


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I'll have to give it a try on Wipers next year, when the water warms up, too cold here now. What is the coldest water you have ever caught fish in, using the underspin?


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I tend to do best when the water is cooling from 60-50 degrees, but have caught fish in warmer water and colder as well.
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For SM Bass those temp are about right for catching them here as well but the bass I catch the most are wipers and they are the most active in 65 to 70 degree temps. As the was climbs into the 80* range we can still catch them but they don't seem to be quite as active or fight as good.


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