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Skeeter ZX190

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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Sac River Jim in Memorial Day bass report   
    Last Tuesday spoiled me. Big time.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Bill H. in Bass report 5/19   
    Got on the water at noon and fished until 8:00 pm. Put in at Orleans Trail and headed across the lake to the east side. We stayed on the east side from there to where Price Branch starts. We fished a total of 5 areas and caught fish at every one. We ended up with 75 to 80 bass total with 14 being keepers. Caught most of them on the Ned rig but also caught quite a few on a jig & craw in Missouri craw with a paca chunk in Alabama craw. The Ned rig was a 1/16 ounce with a green pumpkin Zero. Water temps were 68 to 69 degrees. Caught all of them fairly shallow in 3 to 12 feet of water. One of the best days I've ever had on Stockton. Most of them were smallmouths. We had an 18 inch smallmouth, three 17 inch smallmouths, and several 15 1/2 to 16 inch smallmouths.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from blacknoseddace in Bass report 5/19   
    Got on the water at noon and fished until 8:00 pm. Put in at Orleans Trail and headed across the lake to the east side. We stayed on the east side from there to where Price Branch starts. We fished a total of 5 areas and caught fish at every one. We ended up with 75 to 80 bass total with 14 being keepers. Caught most of them on the Ned rig but also caught quite a few on a jig & craw in Missouri craw with a paca chunk in Alabama craw. The Ned rig was a 1/16 ounce with a green pumpkin Zero. Water temps were 68 to 69 degrees. Caught all of them fairly shallow in 3 to 12 feet of water. One of the best days I've ever had on Stockton. Most of them were smallmouths. We had an 18 inch smallmouth, three 17 inch smallmouths, and several 15 1/2 to 16 inch smallmouths.
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    Skeeter ZX190 reacted to dtrs5kprs in That Winkiedoodles guy and That Ned Rig Guy 4/14 Kim City   
    Told Don I would link his video. He does nice work, spends a lot of time at it. Good stick, and a good man.

    https://youtu.be/iACYTyUzTlU
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from conorsixtakc in Bass report 5/19   
    Got on the water at noon and fished until 8:00 pm. Put in at Orleans Trail and headed across the lake to the east side. We stayed on the east side from there to where Price Branch starts. We fished a total of 5 areas and caught fish at every one. We ended up with 75 to 80 bass total with 14 being keepers. Caught most of them on the Ned rig but also caught quite a few on a jig & craw in Missouri craw with a paca chunk in Alabama craw. The Ned rig was a 1/16 ounce with a green pumpkin Zero. Water temps were 68 to 69 degrees. Caught all of them fairly shallow in 3 to 12 feet of water. One of the best days I've ever had on Stockton. Most of them were smallmouths. We had an 18 inch smallmouth, three 17 inch smallmouths, and several 15 1/2 to 16 inch smallmouths.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from 5bites in Bass report 5/19   
    Got on the water at noon and fished until 8:00 pm. Put in at Orleans Trail and headed across the lake to the east side. We stayed on the east side from there to where Price Branch starts. We fished a total of 5 areas and caught fish at every one. We ended up with 75 to 80 bass total with 14 being keepers. Caught most of them on the Ned rig but also caught quite a few on a jig & craw in Missouri craw with a paca chunk in Alabama craw. The Ned rig was a 1/16 ounce with a green pumpkin Zero. Water temps were 68 to 69 degrees. Caught all of them fairly shallow in 3 to 12 feet of water. One of the best days I've ever had on Stockton. Most of them were smallmouths. We had an 18 inch smallmouth, three 17 inch smallmouths, and several 15 1/2 to 16 inch smallmouths.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from DOITLOOKIT in Bass report 5/19   
    Got on the water at noon and fished until 8:00 pm. Put in at Orleans Trail and headed across the lake to the east side. We stayed on the east side from there to where Price Branch starts. We fished a total of 5 areas and caught fish at every one. We ended up with 75 to 80 bass total with 14 being keepers. Caught most of them on the Ned rig but also caught quite a few on a jig & craw in Missouri craw with a paca chunk in Alabama craw. The Ned rig was a 1/16 ounce with a green pumpkin Zero. Water temps were 68 to 69 degrees. Caught all of them fairly shallow in 3 to 12 feet of water. One of the best days I've ever had on Stockton. Most of them were smallmouths. We had an 18 inch smallmouth, three 17 inch smallmouths, and several 15 1/2 to 16 inch smallmouths.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Ham in Bass report 5/19   
    Got on the water at noon and fished until 8:00 pm. Put in at Orleans Trail and headed across the lake to the east side. We stayed on the east side from there to where Price Branch starts. We fished a total of 5 areas and caught fish at every one. We ended up with 75 to 80 bass total with 14 being keepers. Caught most of them on the Ned rig but also caught quite a few on a jig & craw in Missouri craw with a paca chunk in Alabama craw. The Ned rig was a 1/16 ounce with a green pumpkin Zero. Water temps were 68 to 69 degrees. Caught all of them fairly shallow in 3 to 12 feet of water. One of the best days I've ever had on Stockton. Most of them were smallmouths. We had an 18 inch smallmouth, three 17 inch smallmouths, and several 15 1/2 to 16 inch smallmouths.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Hammer time in Crappie report 4/30 & 5/1   
    Put in a Long Shoals about 9:30 a.m. on April 30th. Fished until 4:00 p.m. Brought home 16 keeper crappie. It was really hit & miss. They weren't on the bank. Out away in 4 to 8 feet of water. Mostly males. 4 females in the 16. Still had eggs. Water was very clear and the temps were 63 to 64 degrees. Went back the next day and got on the water around noon. Fished till 5:30. Came home with 21 crappie and a 21 inch walleye. Water had warmed to 65 to 67 degrees. Still no fish on the banks. Only 2 females in the bunch. Eggs were pretty bloody and loose. Most everything came on a 1/16th ounce white grub.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from slab slinger in Crappie report 4/30 & 5/1   
    Put in a Long Shoals about 9:30 a.m. on April 30th. Fished until 4:00 p.m. Brought home 16 keeper crappie. It was really hit & miss. They weren't on the bank. Out away in 4 to 8 feet of water. Mostly males. 4 females in the 16. Still had eggs. Water was very clear and the temps were 63 to 64 degrees. Went back the next day and got on the water around noon. Fished till 5:30. Came home with 21 crappie and a 21 inch walleye. Water had warmed to 65 to 67 degrees. Still no fish on the banks. Only 2 females in the bunch. Eggs were pretty bloody and loose. Most everything came on a 1/16th ounce white grub.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Aggressor1988long in Stockton Bass Report   
    I was there Monday. Pretty tough bite and I agree that the fish were fairly shallow. I think the bite is tough because the fish have too many easy meals. The shad kill seems to be pretty prevalent which makes it easy for them to find something to eat.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from bassangler in Stockton Bass Report   
    I was there Monday. Pretty tough bite and I agree that the fish were fairly shallow. I think the bite is tough because the fish have too many easy meals. The shad kill seems to be pretty prevalent which makes it easy for them to find something to eat.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Sac River Jim in Bass Report - 12/12   
    Put in at Orleans Trail and headed up the Big Sac and then up into Sons Creek. Worked a bank on the east side across from Googer Creek. Caught 1 on my 8th cast. Then I went a long time before the next. Went pretty far back in Googer and worked a channel bank but nothing. I then went pretty far up Sons Creek. Worked a bank on the east side close to a big cut. Caught 5 bass there. Moved to the west side with timber and caught 12 bass and one walleye. Moved to a bank across from the Ruark Bluff swimming beach on the north side and caught 2 walleye and 2 bass. Headed back toward Orleans Trail and hit a couple of banks but nothing. Ended up in Orleans Trail cove and worked the south side by the buoy line and caught 2 more to end the day. I tried a wart and a jig & craw throughout the day, but nothing. Everything came on a Megabass 110. The fish were fairly shallow. 5 to 12 feet I would imagine. Water temps were 46 to 48.
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