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I'm new to fishing in general. Only been fishing for about 2 months.

Any tips or tricks for more successful bass catching in the Blackwater River, and Escambia river Deltas, would be appreciated.

I'm currently using Black back Chartreuse and Sexy Shad 1.5 crankbait from both boat and bank.
 

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Try using spinner baits, chatter baits, and top waters have always been the best for bass catching for me. i hope this helps you out!
 

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Welcome to the forum.
+1 on what bowhunter described; trying to 'match the hatch.'
catch 'em up.
 

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I don't fish any of those without Bandit Mistake, Chartreuse/black, or Salad Bar models - 100 or 200 series. For plastics, Zoom U-vibe Speed Craw, Zoom U-vibe worm in Blackberry, Candy-bug, watermelon-red, and June-bug. I generally fish those Texas Rig style.
 

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Blackwater and Escambia Fishing

Fly rod with popping bug.

I always had success with a Original Rapala topwater plug. C2
 

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Nothing beats a weightless Zoom fluke...doesn't really matter the color. You'll get bass, reds, and trout with em
 

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Bandit 200 series cranks, zoom flukes in white or pearl, rapala husky jerks/xraps silver black back. Any creature bait in watermelon red is deadly, I like baby brush hogs.
 
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