what's everyone's most productive lure?

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

Post by zodiak311 » Mon Nov 05, 2012 3:41 pm

Dropshot, Robo and Iovino worms.

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

Post by i_am_R2 » Mon Nov 19, 2012 10:10 pm

Gann's Stilleto Spinnerbait, 3/8 ounce in chartreuse. Great quality and of course catches fish for me.

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

Post by landscraper » Wed Dec 19, 2012 11:13 am

for a variety of species - tony acetta spoon #13
for pike and bass 3" swiwbait from Berkley or Storm
for bass - senko

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

Post by hmnginmn » Fri Jan 04, 2013 12:46 pm

The LC pointer 78! It works year round for me.

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

Post by aftermathpb31 » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:17 am

Classic top water rapala works well for me, aslo strike king yellow or turquoise crankbaits.

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

Post by TheDarkKnight » Wed Jan 09, 2013 9:50 pm

4 inch husky jerk rapala in gold, chartreuse willow leaf spinner baits, shad raps

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

Post by james123 » Wed Jan 09, 2013 11:18 pm

strike king bitsy tube.

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

Post by joejoe83 » Thu Jan 10, 2013 3:48 pm

without a doubt its a RI Smallie beaver in magic craw swirl

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

Post by james123 » Sun Jan 13, 2013 5:41 pm

lucky craft sammy.

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

Post by FishBlock » Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:39 pm

lv-500.... give me any color

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

Post by chadlikeshad » Wed Jan 23, 2013 11:53 pm

for numbers: weightless 5" senko preferably green pumpkin/watermelon laminate, ripped at roughly 7 second intervals. just make sure you have a bottle of mend-it on hand.
search bait: 1/2 double willow spinnerbait in white/chartreuse for clear water. 1/2 tandem t-1 bluegill color in stained. most versatile baits available. i have the best luck with either a burn/shake/burn/kill retrieve over submerged vegetation or ripping them through the grass between 2-6 feet. slow rolling is good too. definitely a confidence bait for me
for weight: all of my bass over 5lbs have been on either jigs or t-rigs. i'll take the texas rig because i have a way better hook-up ration with them. preferably a kreature in either rootbeer/green or watermelon/gold on a 3/0 Owner EWG with tungsten weight.
favorite to fish: sammies. love walking the dog. also love a white popper.

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

Post by Shimano-Or-Nothing » Thu Jan 24, 2013 10:39 am

Football jigs and deep diving crankbaits are the two lures I catch most of my fish on. If the fish aren't biting I always fall back to a 6" Roboworm on a texas/carolina rig, shakey head, or drop shot.

There are also parts of the year where certain baits are the best thing to fish here in Indiana. Like jerkbait/trap and frog season. Which is when you can put some monsters in the boat.

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

Post by muskyhunter » Thu Jan 24, 2013 11:05 am

has to be the senko

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

Post by mcha16 » Thu Jan 24, 2013 5:48 pm

topwater and jerkbait.

i love sammys and vision 110s.
i need to get into crank and spinnerbaits though!

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

Post by tH3_Guy » Fri Feb 08, 2013 11:03 am

without a doubt spinnerbait (my choice 1/2 chart/white with gold and silver willow leaves by revenge).

Landed my personal best 10 lbs with above only diff was chart/white blades as well chart/white skirt. However that was ca delta.

cover lots of area quick, work it around laydowns, rocky banks weeds, pretty much almost everything.

2nd is tie between crank bait and t rig plastic works with curly tails.

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