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well, went out again in front of ginos, 12 fow, got 57 nice ones and a few nice smallmouth. all on crawlers anchored.
cleaned them and had a big fish fry with the family once again.
most were caught using a bass pro shops 1 inch grub with a worm, chartruese.

hope this helps ya all out

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Awesome dude: WTG I'm a big anchor fan. Why keep drifting when the fish are (turning around) back there. Best perch report i've heard in awhile and anchoring is the KEY!!!

h2o<--says ANCHOR
 

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What does a 1 inch Grub rig look like?
Do you use it on a perch spreader?
Do you fish with a weight on the bottom?
I usually use shinners, and now I learned something new again.
Thanks for the info...
 

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its called bass pro squirmin grub, i use a perch rig with a 1/2oz weight on the bottom.
the grubs work well, in just about every color, but buy a variety, adjust them by the clarity of water.
they also attract alot of rock bass, silver bass and of course large and smallmouth
 

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great job!! glad to see those perch bitting!! We also did well last week anchoring with perch rigs and minnows....did are best cutting off top hook and putting a second hook off the sinker!! That bottom hook believe it or not caught the most perch!
 

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QUOTE(Houghtonlaker @ Jul 6 2004, 06:52 PM)cutting off top hook and putting a second hook off the sinker!! That bottom hook believe it or not caught the most perch!
Is it legal to put a hook off a sinker like that?
 

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The Perfect Fit:
Use the berkley Power grubs instead they cost a bit more but are alot better. You can get them at Gander.

h2o<--says try them
 

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QUOTE(h2o @ Jul 7 2004, 11:24 AM)The Perfect Fit:
Use the berkley Power grubs instead they cost a bit more but are alot better. You can get them at Gander.

h2o<--says try them

Thanks for the info... But, as usual, I just ordered bass pro shops 1 inch grub on the internet out of my internet business but I'll stop at Gander mountain on my way home tonight near Lakeside Mall... and pick up some Berkley Power grubs and try them both. Thanks... What colors do you suggest?
 

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White is a great color, pumpkin, and chartreuse. The power grubs have a scent built in them second to none. Berkley Gulp grubs is another option. Try what you have and go from there. Fridays lookin good as far as wind goes.


h2o<---says give us a report on how it goes.
 

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not really that far out, find anywhere from 10 - 12 fow, we moved a few times and they where everywhere,
you should have no problem finding them.
 
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