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What bait should I use to catch small mouth bass?

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If your local waters allow it, nothing in my opinion works better than medium to large minnows.

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Crayfish is probably the most useful bate because small mouth bass love them.

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    My number 1 go to lure for smallies is Chompers double tailed skirted grubs. When a rapala or spinner doesnt work the get em! For dark stained water I use green pumpkin colors. For clear water I use white and hot colors. If it is in a shallow river you are fishing put these chompers on a 1/8 oz jighead and for deeper lakes maybe 1/4 to 3/8 oz jighead.



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