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45 minutes ago, Johnsfolly said:

There is a private lake in Columbia that my friend has access to that you can't keep the big bass off of a pink fluke or worm. I bought my oldest a package of bubblegum ribbontail BPS worms figuring that I would never use them and they would just be hers. Fishing that lake I have bought "her" many packs of bubblegum worms :rolleyes:!

I used to have access to a sweet little bass lake that the fish only ate electric blue culprit worms.  It was the craziest thing ever.  The place was loaded with bass and I would want to catch them a spinner bait or top water but no joy.  

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From 2005. 38.5 inch brown trout from lake taneycomo. IGFA fly rod, line class, world record and former Missouri state record.

Here’s me yesterday at Taney. 

Menominee River, Niagara Wisconsin Meramec, St. Claire, MO

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Topwaters are great fun!

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One could start a new life-list of fish they've caught on topwater!  That would be interesting.

Just freshwater fish here:  Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Kentucky Spotted Bass, White Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass, Northern Pike, Muskellunge, Walleye (!!), Channel Catfish, Bluegill, Pumpkinseed Sunfish, Longear Sunfish, Rock Bass, Green Sunfish, Hybrid Sunfish, Crappies, Grass Carp, Creek Chub, Hornyhead Chub, Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout.... that's all I can remember at the moment.

Even this Rainbow hit an aggressively-worked Blockhead Popper (and check out those perfect fins!).

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These are just photos that I know for certain that I caught these bass all on the same Excalibur spitn image WTD bait. There were plenty others, e.g., largemouth bass, green sunfish, etc., but I just am not sure which photos are with that bait.

Missouri Smallmouth

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Georgia Redeye (now Chattahoochee bass) Bass

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Georgia Shoal Bass

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2 minutes ago, FishnDave said:

That's some nice looking water there!

Upstream I would have needed a trout permit. So just took a photo.

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Down stream photo.

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Way upstream - highest water fall in Georgia.

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