Monday, June 3, 2013

Summer Pond Fishing

The summer weather has finally begun.  I haven't gotten to fish as much lately as I would like, as usual.  Quick trips to the local golf course are the perfect thing to tide you over until the next big trip- just watch out for those pesky golfers, oh... and security.  



All I really use is a clouser or a black popper.  I have a lot of luck on frog colored poppers as well.  
  

Big ol' Warmouth (at least that is what we call them).


Purple works too.


Frog popper.

Get on those ponds.

3 comments:

  1. That is a pretty warmouth. I like it when they get that color around the edges of their fins.

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  2. Are you working that popper along the bank or open water?

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    1. I always catch the most fish working the popper along the bank at dusk. I usually get out there around 7 and throw a black/purple clouser until the sun goes behind the trees. Once it is darker, I put on a popper and throw about 2 feet off the bank. Anywhere there is ANY structure is always better. The black popper almost always outfishes the guys throwing gear- at least at this particular pond.

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