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ColinG
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PostSubject: Bass   Sat Aug 07 2010, 15:29

Goin fishing for bass tuesday night, wednesday morning. any tips on what i should use?
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PostSubject: Re: Bass   Sun Aug 08 2010, 03:51

Fished a few hours wexford last week , no joy ., apparantly the best method is spinning with lures and bass poppers on the surf ... Im heading down for a weekends fishing in 3 weeks . Cracking fish to eat ...
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PostSubject: Re: Bass   Sun Aug 08 2010, 04:56

I usually get the king rag worm from Cork angling centre if i cant get my hand on fresh peeler crab. The King rag are cheap and they are farmed locally, they are massive and make a nice hook bait. Bring some bait elastic aswell, Where you heading for?
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PostSubject: Re: Bass   Sun Aug 08 2010, 06:13

i had one on a lamprey before

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ColinG
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PostSubject: Re: Bass   Sun Aug 08 2010, 06:50

TonyMc wrote:
I usually get the king rag worm from Cork angling centre if i cant get my hand on fresh peeler crab. The King rag are cheap and they are farmed locally, they are massive and make a nice hook bait. Bring some bait elastic aswell, Where you heading for?

Thats what i was thinking of using. down kerry
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PostSubject: Re: Bass   Sun Aug 08 2010, 07:34

Nice one plenty of spots down there, Pick up a book by Boss Moss when your down there, Its about 8 Euro, he has 3 books, He was a guide and lives and fishes the Dingle peninsula for the last 30 years. His book gives you all the spots, time of year and the species, http://www.iol.ie/~bobmoss/ I read the book went down and caught my first ray, 3 of them last year. It also gives you alot of spots to get your own bait. Its for sale in the tackle shops and in the supervalue in Dingle and a few more places. Well worth a read

Also plenty of usefull info here on spots and methods http://traleebayseaangling.ie/

Hope you get one
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PostSubject: Re: Bass   Tue Jan 04 2011, 13:40

hello LFM,
you gave me carp advice back in Jan Laughing

Like Tony said Peeler is great as is Lug and Razor.
casts can be much shorter than you would think, if its calm try a running ledger to induce a bit of movement

Id bring the lures if the water is clear or bait if its cloudy.
Poppers are much talked about lures magazines love them but ive found shallow divers 1m are the best.
even tobys can be great on the day.
Patchenkos are dear but id jump in after one if i lost it

ill pm you a mark to try out in the spring


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