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poweron12

Rush Lake Bass Fishing?

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poweron12

What has the Bass fishing been like on Rush? My family is spending this weekend at the cabin and I haven't seen anything on this topic yet? Thanks.

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Juice

Hey Poweron12

Good luck on Rush this weekend! Could you post how you did? Like what side of the lake,depth,lures? Im kinda interested to know since i may be fishing up there in a couple of weeks. Thanks

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HuskerTornado

While the rest of the species seemed to be reluctant to bite, the Largemouth Bass strike was pretty good. Our group caught 2 over 3 lbs. One was caught using a slip bobber in the weeds on the south end of the lake, while the other was caught using a jig in about 22ft of water.

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Pooh

the far east bay wasnt too bad a few weeks ago. the warmer weather may turn that to be diferent though. we caught our fish on a super spook waking the dog and pausing after about four jerks. nothing on plastic, and one on a spinner.

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Juice

Generally under these weather conditions and season, where would the bass be? More on the east side or the west side?

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juice
im not sure i guess i have always fished the west bay and done quite good. also the east side of the point on the SW side of the lake.

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hope this helps, let me know how you did
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poweron12

I've returned from fishing all weekend. I caught all my bass in East bay. I fished the south shoreline on the first day with no bass. However, I caught plenty of northern using spinner baits. We went to East bay on the 2nd day and we caught more northern using spinner baits. The third day I tried a purple/blue rubber worm and caught non-stop bass in the shallows (2 feet of water) between 3pm and 7pm. My buddy was using a green rubber worm and caught 1 bass. I returned to the south shoreline on the 4th day with the rubber worm and caught no bass. By the 5th day, my face was so burnt I couldn't go out so we packed our bags and went home.

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