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If you were shore fishing and had to carry only a small tackle box on a lake you have never fished what would you bring?

Let's assume where you are going fishing is an average of 3' deep with some spots that are 7' deep. The water is dark in most places but clears up in some spots. The water is in the 70's and it us post spawn.

You have only 3 clear Plano boxes to fill up. What are you bringing.

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Senkos in grn pumpkin, junebug, and cream black flake, 4"

Assortment of shallow crankbaits mostly natural colors and a few chartreuse

Roboworms, zoom trick worms, strike king 3x finesse worms, sticking with natural colors again,

Jelly worms in grape color,

And for terminal tackle 3/0,4/0 ewg hooks, weedless wacky hooks, shakeyheads and some bullet weights, and things for a Carolina rig.

And probably a few buzzbaits and spinners.

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1/8 oz. Black Jigs and craw trailers

1/8 oz. Spinnerbait

Floating Rapala

4" Senkos

Frogs

In Line Spinner

Popper

4" Finesse Worms w/ Spider Slider heads

Buzzbait

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Senko

Rage Tail Baby Craw, Craw or Lobster

Rage Tail Shad or MegaStrike Cavitron

Zara Spook or LC Sammy

GMAN or NorthStar Jigs

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Ragetail Space Monkey: Black w/Blue Flake, Any Green Pumpkin variety

Senko 5": Same as above

Keitech Fat Impact: Bluegill, Green Pumpkin

Terminal Tackle: 4/0 1/4 oz Stroker Hooks, 4/0 Stroker hooks, 2/0 Circle Hooks (Wacky Rigging), 1/4 oz Swim Jig Heads Black

Spro Aruku Shad 75: Chrome/Blue, Perch

LC RC 1.5: American Shad, Blue Bream

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I shore fish, and dont have a small selection. Go look for the Spiderwire backpack. You wouldnt believe how much stuff I have in this thing from a folding net, to bags and bags of soft plastics, crank baits, top waters, spinners, scale, scissors, pliers, sunblock, handwipes, hooks, sinkers, reel cleaning kit, line conditioner, should I keep going? The point is, I dont run out of bait.

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If you were shore fishing and had to carry only a small tackle box on a lake you have never fished what would you bring?

Let's assume where you are going fishing is an average of 3' deep with some spots that are 7' deep. The water is dark in most places but clears up in some spots. The water is in the 70's and it us post spawn.

You have only 3 clear Plano boxes to fill up. What are you bringing.

I rarely take a tacklebox fishing unless I'm on a boat for the day,99% of my fishing is a hour here or there using what I can stuff in my pockets,if I call to say I'm running late the first thing my wife looks for is my tackle box ;) Sometimes I swear she'd be more forgiving if i had another woman on the side.But with that said i usualy stuff 2 bags of 5" senkos in my left rear pocket,2-3 bags of other misc soft plastics in my right rear pocket(roboworms,rage tail etc), a few gama hooks in my left front pocket and just in case I have my favorite N star spinner and jig hanging from my headliner in the car.I almost always catch fish but I'm embarresed to say I rarely reach past my left rear pocket,let alone grab a bait from the car.

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Senko 4” and 5”

Northstar sorted Jigs & matching trailer (swimming & pitching)

Baby rage craw

Terminal tackles

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The last few days have been no different than usual, I had 2 back up lures in my pocket and a top water popper on the rod, pack of soft baits if I think I may be confronting some slop. Haven't taken off the popper off the rod in 4 days.

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I do this from time to time, I have one of those soft plastic bags that you unzip and they have all your plastics in a binder, I have everything I need in there from weights to 1/0-5/0 hooks to worm rattles and glass beads. It's also jam packed with senkos, pit bosses, 7-10in ribbon tails, lizards and other craw varieties. When I'm stopping by the pond to get a line wet you can't go wrong. I rely on plastics waaaay to much though, i have a weighted and a weightless trig set up with me at al times. With that I can cover everything but Topwater, but I do have some floating worms that work decently with a nail weight

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