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Dad was in town on business so we went out and fished around city park for a bit after work. I got a 2-5, 2-0 and one about the size of some of the swimbaits ive got. The 2-5 was my first shakeyhead catch so I am finally a believer. 2-0 came on a TR mutant.

Pops got a real nice 4-0 on a tiki bamboo out of an empty boat slip. It tried to flee out the side and launched itself completely out of the water and when it did, it actually almost jumped up on the dock. there was water all over the place and we got it wrangled in. I got pics of my fish, but he was too excited to catch another and let that one go before i got the camera. such is life. I keep telling him about all the nice fish being caught in LA and now he believes me.

Speaking of nice fish -- we saw what had to be a 7lb bass on the underwater light north of ski shores. We didnt spend much time there bc as always they were uninterested in what we threw out, but they were SWARMING the minnows over there 10 at a time in schools. Has anyone ever taken live minnows out there just to see if you can get one of those to bite?

~Barrett
 

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On the lights for Lmb you usually have better luck throwing on the edges of the light with a cranks or worm. They like to hang out on the outskirts of the light. Even the whites are picky on LA sometimes, I've pulled up on the lights and had them full of whites and they won't touch a thing. You go to Buch. or LBJ and find them like that they tear up cranks.
 

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Yup, as RMV said. Wave Worms are little more than half the price of Yamamoto, but made of a more durable plastic, IMO. They have great color schemes as well. It's my dad's favorite plastic for sure and we killed them at Amistad using them.
 
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