Bass Angler

Gambler Lures Shakey Shad and 7″ Ribbon Tail Worm

On an afternoon I took 2 Gambler lure products, the Shakey Shad and the 7″ Ribbon Tail worm and the fruits of my labour are in the video.  Drop shotting and texas rigging a worm was all that was needed for these bass to come onboard.


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September 30th, 2014 at 10:01 pm


Nice video peter! Was that the mississippi you were fishing?

October 1st, 2014 at 6:25 am


Thank you Steve for taking the time to watch it. I hope to have more coming out soon. No, it is not on Mississippi Lake.

October 3rd, 2014 at 9:42 pm


Any tips on fishing big rideau in the fall?

Largemouth patterns?
Do they move out of back bays and stage on points or deeper contours?

Smallmouth patterns?
Shoals or mid lake humps?


October 6th, 2014 at 8:30 am


Steve, everything depends on the weather, water temp etc. Right now I can only tell you that if you are going out, I would check all of those you mentioned to see if they are holding fish. I have not been on the lake for 2 weeks now so it all depends on water temp, water level. Water level being a key factor as I know they drop the water down a lot in the fall. Shoals is always a good spot to start as the rocks hold the warmer water than the weed humps.
You will just have to spend a little time on the water to find them but once you do, they will be stacked up.
Good luck.

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