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    Dawn Bass

    Snuck out for a quick flick at dawn todayto try out a new lure.
    half a dozen fish by 5:30. with all but one taken on a small holographic megabass pagani siglett.
    The hits were all after long pauses in short retrieves, and they really seemed to inhale the thing!
    This one fairly typical
    Cheers
    Brendan
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    I really like the second photo
    Cheers Tim

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    Cheers mate.
    Worth trying something different

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Very nice mate. Looks like they inhaled the lures. Do you mind if i ask what body of water you were fishing?
    Cheers

    Funchy
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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Yeah Funchy no worries
    The Pine river, north side of Brisbane
    Cheers
    Brendan

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    Cheers Brendan.
    Cheers

    Funchy
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    Three-fourths of the Earth's surface is water, and one-fourth is land. It is quite clear that the good Lord intended us to spend triple the amount of time fishing as taking care of the lawn. ~Chuck Clark

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    May i ask how far up the pine did you catch these beauties?

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Quote Originally Posted by Reel View Post
    May i ask how far up the pine did you catch these beauties?
    Mate ,they are all through the system, (away from the salt this time of year ), but start maybe 4 or more k upstream from the highway.

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Its interesting how fussy the buggers are though.
    Threw a new spinner at a couple of snags for a full half hour. couldnt get a touch. Went back to my usual (heavier ) lure and first cast at EXACTLY the same spot and Whooshka.Attachment 73459
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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Thanks Brendan, i might give it a try with some Jackalls next weekend.

    Ron

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    No worries Ron
    I have been a diehard chubby fan for years ( no jokes please ) but recently , especially with the shallower conditions recently I have been using the pontoon 21 crackjack , I think the mid depth diver about 55mm, It has plenty of action and can be trolled for longer distances as it is not dredging as a deep chubby would.
    I find the shallow diving chubby a little too conservative in its action although to be fair I havent given them a go recently.
    Good luck, It was painfully slow this arvo, Just the one pictured above.(still better than the yummy yummy taste of donut)

    Cheers
    Brendan

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Nice one, Brendan.

    Pete
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    Re: Dawn Bass

    Nice one Brendan, i might have to track you in the Pine sometime lol

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    Re: Dawn Bass

    My wife already does that with an app to find my i phone.
    Just as well i'm not up to no good !!
    Brendan

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