Thursday, October 15, 2009

One day it's cold and raining, the next day it's hot!

Went out today for 2 hours in the scorching hot sun. It's funny that yesterday was cold, gloomy and raining, and today it's hitting 90 degrees. Got to love this beautiful California weather. I instantly got hit on my Jackall Dum Dum Hog and miss the set. Threw out my Sasuteki Craw, and get hit a few minutes later, set the hook and miss! One of the craw legs went missing. I fished that spot for the next hour finally getting the girl to bite once more! 4 lbs on the dot!

For those of you wondering, this is all the tools I use to rig my Sasuteki Craw. I got the idea as mentioned before from Hata Takuma, a Japanese Pro Bass fisherman, who is sponsored by Zappu and Jackall Bros.

-Jackall Sasuteki Craw 4"
-Spinnerbait/jig skirt (trimmed)
-River2sea Tungsten Bullet Weight (anywhere from 3/16 up to 1/2 depending on grass)
-Decoy Japan Texas Stop Medium
-Worm rattles
-Owner TwistLOCK hook 3/0

Finished product looks like this:

They seem to love this particular color set up.

This color scheme works well in stained water

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