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Lake: Quincy Reservoir

Quincy help

Post By: ratherbefishing      Posted: 7/23/2017 5:25:40 PM     Points: 105    
Thinking about hitting quincy for a few hours Saturday, was planning on renting a kayak and was looking for some good lure choices for bass and perch. Not looking to keep anything just wanna catch some fish. Thanks
 Reply by: kingkong      Posted: 7/23/2017 9:16:09 PM     Points: 678    
For bass, soft plastics like worms and chatterbait. Use baits that would go through grass easily. Will save you a lot of headaches.
For perch, I attached a pic. It's a jig head with swimbait bodies and single tail grub.
 Reply by: fargingicehole      Posted: 7/23/2017 10:10:32 PM     Points: 24835    
Top water weedless fluke in the evening, over weedbeds for bass.
 Reply by: Green Destiny      Posted: 8/1/2017 9:10:24 AM     Points: 2    
Stop into the Ranger Station and you will see several of the rigs and lures that are specific to Quincy.
They are mounted in shadow boxes on the East wall of the office.
 Reply by: Pauls fishing      Posted: 8/8/2017 4:58:18 PM     Points: 74    
I like Soft Plastics as well, BUT I like to use Weedless Hooks... Either rig the plastic so the point of the hook is embedded in the plastic, or just purchase a packet of Weedless hooks. Good Luck!
 Reply by: thrasher      Posted: 8/8/2017 9:20:29 PM     Points: 63    
Topwater plugs early and late over the tops of the weed beds. Plastic crayfish fished along the edge of the weeds (about 12' - 16' of water) during the day. Good luck.
 Reply by: ratherbefishing      Posted: 8/11/2017 12:42:51 AM     Points: 105    
Unfortunately got called into work, may head out this weekend if I don't go crappie hunting. Lol thanks for advice
 Reply by: ratherbefishing      Posted: 8/12/2017 12:44:51 AM     Points: 105    
Was thinking gulp minnows and various bass lures this that a decent tackle setup?
 Reply by: MoBassMan      Posted: 8/19/2017 12:26:07 PM     Points: 15    
They don't allow gulp and the like...
 Reply by: Sean D      Posted: 8/21/2017 11:44:37 PM     Points: 1128    
Yes, Gulp is allowed. Scented baits have to be 1.5" or longer.

That said, gulp minnows on a jighead can work, or on a drop shot. Topwaters and anything weedless are good options.
 Reply by: ratherbefishing      Posted: 8/22/2017 11:24:26 PM     Points: 105    
ill double check to be sure, prob head out saturday early morning. thanks again