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jeffreyd

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Ok guys here it is, my 13 yr old son and i will be on leech may 28-june 4 and cass/pike june 4-10. Here goes the question, I have supplied on walleye, pan, and pike/muskie lures but am not sure what to look for when considering bass fishing. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

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Jeff

Phoenix AZ

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Top water buzz baits in the pencil reeds,

floating jointed rapalas on the shores where you can flip them in weed pockets and around docks

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send me a pm e-mail @ jjanousek@charter .net and I will help you out on leech

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email me at Dustin@freemydollars.com and I will help you out on Cass - some of the highest quantity bass fishing anywhere...boated 53 in 70 minutes between two of use last June...avg about 1.5-2 lbs TONZ OF FUN!

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White chatterbait in appropriate size 4 the depth should keep your rod bent most of the trip with bass and slime-balls wink

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for bass on leech, boy bay... need I say more?

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Jawbreaker Spoons, Jungle Jigs and Spinnerbaits (where you can avoid the rice)... Yes Boy Bay should be your first stop.

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