Spotted bass on topwater lures
Some are big spotted bass, others are largemouths with an ocassional white bass or striped bass. Topwater lures fool any of these fish species.
Long casts may be needed to reach surfacing bass. So rig some big topwaters beforehand on several rods, with 15-17 pound test line.
Zara Spooks, Sammies, Zara Super Spooks, Baby Super Spooks and Pop-r's or prop-baits like Baby torpedoes, Tiny torpedoes or Crazy shads all work great!
Be here at dawn (5:15 a.m. Central) for the best and most consistant action with topwater lures.
Or late evenings too!
Also rig other lures like Rattle traps, Cordell spots, Rattlin' Raps, or shallow-to-mid diving crankbaits and both floating and suspending jerkbaits. Jigging spoons, tail spinners, blade baits, or rooster tails work here too!
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Reed Montgomery / Owner of Reeds Guide Service
Big Coosa River Spotted Bass 3-4 pounds each
More Spots 3-4 pounds each caught on topwater lures!
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