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WiscoBassman, April 4, 2013
Posted April 4, 2013
Whats the best lure you use?
Salsa colored 1/2 oz flip n swim North Star Jig with watermon green subwoofer trailer. 1/2 " bitten of the head of the subwoofer.
goto bait year around is chart blk back anything works well in all my lakes or shaky head GP magic or red bug
Over the course of the past few years, probably a wacky rigged senko - green pumpkin with tiny purple flakes.
There are better lures for different situations...right now I'm loving the cranks
Likewise, but in watermelon gold flake for me. A very close second is the wacky rigged Zoom Finesse worm in watermelon magic or green pumpkin with a chartreuse tip.
I haven't gotten out yet this year but last year I agree with Cranks. I had great success on a Bandit 200.But after that it was a senko in Plum Apple wacky.
Zoom trick worm,watermelon/red, weightless, T-rig.
zoom lizard 7'' green pumpkin
What's. t-rigged weightless ?
Texas rigged without a weight
Rattlesnake T-rigged weightless or with a 1/16 oz bullet wright. Never fails me.
Not sure how to define "best lure", but 70-80% of my bass were caught using Jig or Swim Jig.
Weightless soft plastics... Slugos are my favorite, excellent action.
Whats the best lure YOU use?
Ahhh....fishing forums in the early spring!
Don't worry so much about what you use this time of year. Notice how many different answers you got? Any and all of them will work. When bass put their prespawn feedbags on you could tie a rock on your line and catch them.
WHERE you use the bait and how you present it is far more important. Find the fish on the body of water, put the lure in there face, and you'll most likely get bit.
All that said, its tubejigs (smallies) and t-rigged lizards/worms (largies) for me!
I'm aware of that, but what I'm saying is doesn't the rig have to have a weight to make it texas rigged? How is it a texas rig if it has no weight?
The best lure I use... it's really hard to decide. I haven't caught a majority of my bass on just one lure. It may sound odd but I haven't caught a bass on a spinnerbait or a jig EVER. I catch most of them on crankbaits, topwater or senkos. I would have to say that my best lure is a 3" silver x-rap.
1/2oz NSCB New Gill colored Flip and Swim. With either a berkley havoc subwoofer or grass pig for a trailer.
Posted April 5, 2013
Mann's 1 minus in the 3/8 and 1/4 size.
I'm aware of that, but what I'm saying is doesn't the rig have to have a weight to make it texas rigged? How is it a texas rig if it has no weigh
T-rigged: AS you know it, with the weight
T-rigged weightless: Still use the same style offset shank hook and weedless rigging, no weight
Florida Rig: T-rigged, but with the weight pegged or screwed into the bait
last season a t-rigged sweet beaver in magic craw swirl was my best producer followed closely by a black and blue jig
havnt gotten out yet this year
The Best Lure I use, is whatever I have The Most Confidence In.
Lack of confidence with most any bait means No Bites . . . . . . .
Posted April 6, 2013
Most versatile, most used. Baits from Charlie Brewer Slider Company.
PowerTeam Lures 4.5" Food Chain Tube probably was my #1 bait last year with a 3/8oz black/blue jig coming up a close 2nd. A senko type bait was easily 3rd.
Any and all things that have KVD on the package.....................(just kidding)
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