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Can someone point me in the direction of a local source for Bass baits. I have mail ordered product already from Cabelas but it has not yet arrived and I want to head out this week end. I'm looking for topwater lures in particular. (not fly fishing)

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Good to know info from a guy that fishes Bass alot :thumbup:

What is the best brand name for bass lures then?? I would go Rapala, but that is because its always what i hear.
 

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for most of my stuff stuff i use a couple of local companys stuff mostly tournament edge baits and tackle and reactions baits, tournament edge stuff is by far my favorite if you want to you can go across the boarder and get gary yamamoto stuff from joes sports and daves sporting good in bellinham
 

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(Smallmouth)- The jitterbug works amazing at night in the shallows with a slow retreive.At this time of year they will feeding as much as they can for winter but are not very aggressive in the cold water.I've caught some monsters at this time of year back east this way. :2cents:
 

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Thanks for all the suggestion guys. I did find a few top water baits I was looking for at A&N in New West. Some of the water around here is so bloody boggy that you need something to drag over the scum and lilies.
For all you that are new or Bass curious, there is no better way to get hooked than fishing for them top water style. Whether it be hula popper's, buzz baits, jitterbugs or the almighty "moss boss" it is awesome to watch "Walter" smash it from below.
Still waiting on the real killers to come up from the US. (Zara Spook & Moss Boss)

Thanks again,
 
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