Sunday, June 27, 2010


Working in the a.m. sure takes its toll on you; benefits are that you're out early, cons are that you are sleepy during the day.

The day was great, nice and sunny outside, not too hot either. The wind was ruining the action though. Started with the Jackall Cover Craw 4" around the lake and alternating with the Jackall Giron. The Giron produced several followers but none committed, some fingerling even chased the Giron.

Met a friend who was fishing at the upper lake, and fished with the same pattern; the Cover Craw and Giron, and within a few minutes, there was a tap on the line. I set the hook (line cut my finger a bit, I need to make a habit to remove my finger from the line after a bite) and this feisty bass took me immediately to the weeds, the power of the Jackall Hyper Approach was enough to turn it away.

Fished about 2 hours more for nothing, but noticed again that the bass are busting up on the surface around the same time. I tried luring those surface busters with a Jackall Aragon SSR to produce a topwater bite. Nothing at all, there's always next time...

Tackle List:
Rod: Jackall Poison Heritage "Hyper Approach" HC-68MH
Reel: Shimano Chronarch 50Mg
Lure: Jackall Cover Craw 4"


  1. Way to nail some bass on the urban scene. Just found your blog and really enjoying the material. Great stuff.

  2. Glad you enjoy the blog... thanks for all the comments


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