what's everyone's most productive lure?

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FishGirl71
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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby FishGirl71 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 7:44 am

If I could only fish one bait for an entire season, I would have to choose a jig. I think a jig is pretty versatile. You can flip or pitch it, swim it, or work it anywhere in the water column. If fish are short-striking, changing up the trailer color is usually the ticket. A jig also allows you to fish really, really slow, if that is what the fish want.

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby TK_duluthbass » Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:52 pm

4" Keitech easy Shiner on a 1/8oz Owner Ultrahead Round Ball Jig Head

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby klondike1024 » Wed Feb 15, 2017 4:48 am

If I had to pick one it would be very tough but most likely a soft plastic worm with various rigging options.

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby Ranger Ron 620 DVS » Mon Apr 17, 2017 12:10 pm

Drop Shot 3" Jackall - Super Crosstail Shad With Violet Shad...

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby down4ttown » Tue Jul 04, 2017 10:04 pm

Dbomb on a VMC rubgy jig head.

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby Brad in Texas » Wed Jul 05, 2017 7:12 am

I second the Keitech Easy Shiner, mine in a 4" size, any of the shad/bait fish colors, using a 3/0 or 4/0 jig hook with a 60 degree bend, an Owner CPS "centering pin" to attach the shiner's nose, hook passed through the body, point hidden in the dorsal built in crease. It can be fished from top to bottom totally weedless. The CPS extends the biting area, makes it easier for a fish to hook itself. I have found that no weight is necessary though I'd likely use one if I fished it deeper. One of the very highest quality plastic bait makers out there. Its swimming/falling action is tops. Brad

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby Mike and Pike » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:10 pm

Spinners and spinnerbaits and blades baits in general.
But I rarely target LMB as my primary species.

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Re: what's everyone's most productive lure?

Postby NWbassman » Wed Nov 29, 2017 10:19 am

Lipless Crankbaits- more specifically Lucky Craft LV series, Yo Zuri, and Excalibur

Favorite Rods - ALX IKOS Hustler, ALX ZOLO Dream (ripping vegetation)
Favorite Reels- Daiwa Tatula, Shimano Curado
Favorite Line- Seaguar Fluorocarbon 12lb-15lb


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