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Lake: Webster Lake

LMB @ webster

Post By: Dangly      Posted: 12/5/2012 11:42:20 AM     Points: 238    
So, I'm doing some self swimbait training and the combination of stockers and LMB in webster has me thinking about it, i know it gets a ton of presure but I'm fairly sure that few swimbaits are thrown there. I'm just wondering has anyone caught LMB there that are big enough to nail a 6" swimbait, I'm not asking for area or anything specific. Just wondering if anyone has caught any in the 14"+ range. If you don't want to post, please e-mail me @ ebabcock@triadisotopes.com. BTW I am Cpr only.
 Reply by: cmarbles      Posted: 12/5/2012 11:47:23 AM     Points: 2635    
Dangly
If you Know there lmb in there I promise you there are big enough to eat a 6" bait,just remember the trout are fairly active now so make sure you make your bait active I know people say slow down but the trout aren't lethargic so if you are mimicking trout speed up,work areas near deep water with ambush points.
Happy hunting
 Reply by: alanlf5280      Posted: 12/5/2012 11:55:27 AM     Points: 7057    
"Just wondering if anyone has caught any in the 14"+ range."

Yes and you are on the right track. Think outside the box.
 Reply by: Dangly      Posted: 12/5/2012 12:36:06 PM     Points: 238    
thanks a bunch guys!
 Reply by: lewdog      Posted: 12/5/2012 12:38:02 PM     Points: 3925    
About three yrs ago i caught one that was around 16. Released it. I was fishing the east side by the back way in. I was using a minnow on a bobber chasing perch. Those bass like perch too.
 Reply by: fishingfreak      Posted: 12/5/2012 1:40:17 PM     Points: 9218    
I have caught bass in the 14+ inch range and bigger, they are still in there to this day. I've seen the same one from 2 years ago, and its pretty big but really smart now.
 Reply by: spicyhombre      Posted: 12/5/2012 5:16:22 PM     Points: 4238    
I went there this spring and saw some lunkers. They seem pretty smart since they see meat hunters targeting trout daily. Good luck.
 Reply by: elkinthebag      Posted: 12/6/2012 7:04:25 AM     Points: 1358    
There are some decent ones . There used to be tigers till they redid the lake doubt they put them back in. There are a couple other lakes nearby that have better populations of bass around the area wouldn't stick to just one lake.
 Reply by: Dangly      Posted: 12/6/2012 7:12:52 AM     Points: 238    
Spicey- thanks, buddy
Elkinthebag- yeah I agree, I'm just looking for the combo of stocker trout and LMB, as the swimbait I'm throwing is a trout pattern.
everybody else- thank you for the input.
 Reply by: alanlf5280      Posted: 12/6/2012 8:07:56 AM     Points: 7057    
FYI, rainbow trout swimbaits also work in waters where rainbow trout are not stocked.