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TOP 10 BAITS FROM PICKWICK LAKE

Peter Thliveros had a few offerings that produced. A 1/2-ounce double-willow spinnerbait and an Allen Lures Milo lipless bait caught some fish. Peter T fished the spinnerbait on 17-pound-test Lew’s APT Fluorocarbon Speed Line and the Milo on 14-pound-test of the same. Both lures were fished with Lew’s crankbait rods (TP-1 Crankbait rod for the spinnerbait and Dave Fritts Perfect Crank Stick for the Milo) and Lew’s BB1 Pros. He also caught some on his namesake “Petey Rig” rigged with a Zoom Super Fluke in green pumpkin.

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