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Thread: Favorite lure list

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    Favorite lure list

    In order from most thrown to least.
    1. Spybait
    2. Ned Rig/Wacky Rig
    3. Runcl popping frog
    4. Square Bill
    5. Deep diving crank (20ft)
    6. Shakey head
    7. Spoons
    8. Buzzbait
    9. Spinner bait

    Number 1 to 5 probably 90% of the time. What's your thrown list?

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    1. Weightless U-Tail worm
    2. Rattletrap
    3. Spinnerbait
    4. Buzzbait
    5. Medium crank bait
    6. Shakey-head/weighted worm
    7. Deep diving crank bait.
    8. Topwater
    9. Plastic crawfish (spawn/pre-spawn)

    First, I'm assuming that the list is for bass fishing, because my list would be way-different, otherwise. I don't fish in the cold, as a rule. I make my own plastic crawfish for use when the females are searching out bedding locations in the Spring. Mostly, I use U-Tail plastic worms, unweighted, and fish them in the upper quadrant of the water column, using a variety of techniques from slow-drag to quick-twitch. I prefer a rattletrap-type bait to a lipped crankbait for that same versatility. I have jigged it next to milfoil patches in December and caught my limit of bass hanging out under those patches of grass. In February, I catch them by retrieving with a stop/go presentation. I really like spinnerbait fishing in the early Spring, when the water is cold and roily, but there's been a week of warmer weather. Big Gold Blades with an orange skirt seems to get their attention. Make it wake, but don't break the surface. My topwater bait for bass is one that I use for slot redfish, when they're up at the top. It looks like a finger mullet and I can cast it a lot farther than I can a weightless worm.

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    I thought it suspicious this new user would post such on their first post.
    The IP address is from Los Angeles, CA but the email is linked to China.
    I doubt this person has anything relevant to contribute so...

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    See ya woodyyyy
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatRyan View Post
    See ya woodyyyy

    Yeah - we hardly knew ya! R.I.P. woodyyyy

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    You didn't even say Good BYYY!
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