Bass Enforcer

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  1. Awesome. I am heading down tomorrow with my squad. Looking forward to it. Thanks guys.
  2. Thank you f4f.
  3. Just wondering. I havent been down in a while. Is the water starting to clear up near the dam?
  4. Lol. Just messing with you. I enjoy your content. (Most of the time) LoL.
  5. Old plug, one of three things. You either need to trim your fingernails, you have giant fingers (unlike Trump) or you need to start using spell check. Lol. It takes me a bit to figure what your saying. Just kidding. Just having fun
  6. Dan this is a technique I do at loz. Thought I would try it at the TRL. It worked for me. I wish I had caught some wall eye.
  7. Wrench, my thought is the fish follow the old river/creek channel. On the way they find a nice hotel/motel to hang around and swim in the hotel/motel pool for a short time. We can only hope they'll keep the light on for us. Lol. This pattern typically will stay pretty decent throughout the summer. I like it again come winter with an a-rig, jerk bait, grub or a spoon. Look for those cut/pockets in the bluff walls. If you find a lay down or falling rocks, fish those spots really well. Also experiment with the half ounce, three quarter or one ounce jigs. My best was a toss up between the half and three quarter.
  8. Sitting the boat in water from 30 to almost 80 foot deep. Just depemds on How quick the bluff drops off. For the most part my boat is no farther than 20 to 30 feet from the bank.
  9. I have been doing phenomenal lately. First, as I reported a couple of weeks ago I was dragging a jig off points. Now I've moved onto bluffs. The bite has been great! I primarily have focused channel swing bluff walls. Literally throwing the jig on the bank and dragging it off into the water. Typically after it falls off into 10 feet of water they are hammering it. Me and my brother in law are catching 30 plus a day in just a few hours. The key to me certainly is making sure your on channel swing bluffs. I've been using 1/2 to 3/4 oz jig. Some have maybe figured this out already. It has been on for me for a couple weeks now. Good luck to all.
  10. Ealy. Honestly if you consider yourself handy, I would do it yourself. Its seriously not that bad. I did it one time in my boat and it turned out great. Probably for about $500.00 to $600.00 you could do it. Im betting to have someone do it your spending close to a couple grand. Not sure though I've never had it done before.
  11. Great job Ken and your wife. Thanks for the info. Enjoy enjoy!
  12. Good ones Alex. Nice job!
  13. They were certainly released.
  14. I've been reading a lot on the forum but wasn't able to provide anything beneficial as I haven't been down for so long. I got to make it down for a few days and followed BB's suggestions. I primarily fished secondary points on the lower end. I fished a half or 3/4 oz jig pbj or green pumpkin with twin tail grubs or a shake head with chiggers craw. I sat the boat in 25 to 35 fow (depending on how fast the bank dropped off) very slowly I dragged the jig across the bottom (counting rocks as I call it) they were exploding on it. Here are the best two caught. Though I caught mostly keepers. One day I got out at 730ish by 830 ish I caught 20+.
  15. I like the thought of the caliber product but....as I looked at it, it specifically says it's for aluminum boats however It can be used on Fiberglass. But precautions would have to be taken. Which only include waxing. I would be interested what others "know" about it. Thanks