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I went to Canyon to throw the old swim baits for a couple of hours this morning. No takers, but a lot of chasers. That's encouraging! Two fish stayed just below the bait, they would have weighed about seven pounds a piece! I slowed the bait down, but they didn't slam it. I saw a lynx in the Boulder creek area too. The tail was too long to be a bobcat. The cat looked like it weighed about 12 - 16 pounds. Good size cat! She walked so graceful along the shore and amoungst the rocks. Pretty cool stuff!!!! Have a great Thanksgiving!!! Matt
 
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We dont have lynx in AZ, it ocould have been a late born mt lion(they have spots) or a bobcat.


WTG on the bass tobad none connected.



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Would doing a figure 8 with a swimbait maybe give the fish some more time to look at it? I know people do it for muskie, wouldn't it be just the samething with the fat green fish? Josh
 

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I've been told when you see a bass follow you need to speed the retrieve so they don't have as long to see it - spontaneous reaction. It's just the opposite of what you'd think.
 

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Dude coat your bait with some type of scent.......

When they get that close they pick up the smell(which isn't quite right for some reason) and won't bite..............

Or burn it so they don't have time to be indecisive........

Franklin-



 
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