Couple days ago several of the local ponds / lakes were stocked with trout, and the larger bass have started eating the trout.
Using a large swimbait (10 inch SPRO BBZ1) with a very slow retrieve. The bite is slow, only one every hour or so, but given the size of the bait, every fish is big. When you do get a hit, the adrenline pumps.. its a big one. You will also end up with a sore arm casting these baits. I actually practiced last week, and my freshwater rod is just too light, so I pulled out my saltwater spinning rod.
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