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What Is Your #1 Go To Bait And Why?

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Just wondering what other's #1 go to bait was and why they chose that bait... I know mine is usually a top water frog in the lily's.. Something about hearing that toilet flush when that largemouth comes up and devour's it...

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Zoom trick worm in red shad or Grande Bass rattlesnake in June bug red flake rigged weightless. They will usually get me a bite or two when nothing else is.

 

 

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I use my storm swimming minnow 5 inch

I also use yamamoto senko worms I think they are watermelon color ( they r dark green with a light green underneath)

But my storm swimming minnow is clutch when nothin else has been working it looks and swims like a bait fish and the bass go crazy

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Yamamoto Senko worms and Gitzit tube lures. Both are the only lures I have ever seen that 99% of the time catch fish.

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5-inch #297 Senko rigged wacky.

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Watermelon red flake 6" Zoom Lizard. They produce all the time, and you can present them just about anyway possible. Fish go nuts for them when I fish them.

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t-rigged zoom trick worm in watermelon seed with red flake.

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Jig. Always catches and can be fished anywhere.

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Berkely Powerbait Red Shad Shakey Worm in 7inch and 5inch

Rage Tail Baby Craw - Summer Craw color

both texas rigged...

oh, and if fishing a pond i can add the Rebel Crickhopper in green color

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I'm up to my eyeballs in hard baits, spinner baits, buzz baits, stick baits and diving cranks. I've never had any luck fishing with plastics, so Im sure Im just not doing it right. As much mention as they are getting, RAGETAIL seems to be a good choice. I've heard what the Pros have to say, but... those guys get paid to promote things. I wanna hear what Joe Sixpack has to say, tell me your experiences with Ragetails, good, bad, or ugly, I just wanna know whats really the bottom line.

Thanks for reading and answering.

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I'm up to my eyeballs in hard baits, spinner baits, buzz baits, stick baits and diving cranks. I've never had any luck fishing with plastics, so Im sure Im just not doing it right. As much mention as they are getting, RAGETAIL seems to be a good choice. I've heard what the Pros have to say, but... those guys get paid to promote things. I wanna hear what Joe Sixpack has to say, tell me your experiences with Ragetails, good, bad, or ugly, I just wanna know whats really the bottom line.

Thanks for reading and answering.

There's a TON of Ragetail results posted by many different average Joe's. But since you asked....

Ragetail Craw on a jika rig, total waste of time ;)

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Jig. Always catches and can be fished anywhere.

Pretty much sums it up for me.

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~ J I G ~

A-Jay

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GMAN or NorthStar jig w/ Rage Tail Craw or Lobster

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Either a Lucky Craft GDS Ghost Minnow or a T-Rigged Rage Craw

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I have 2 go to baits, the T-Riggged worm and the jig, both are the first 2 rods on the deck, dressed for success and ready to rock.

Sorry, But everyone always ask's for ONE go to bait but when you have an arsenal you like to use, one just isn't good enough.

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Jig. Always catches and can be fished anywhere.

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Right now it's been a Pointer 78 in Ghost Minnow. Fish are up schooling and feeding on bait. Having to move it surprisingly quick to get strikes though. Unfortunately, they've all been in the two pound range.

If they go back into the grass, then I'll probably be flipping a baby rodent, jig, or pitching a worm into the holes.

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1/4 oz Shad color Terminator T-1.

I can catch fish on this anywhere. There is always one tied on a rod on the deck.

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Jig in stained water or where there's big fish

shakeyhead rigged trick worm in clear water

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Weightless wacky rigged senko or trick worm

Texas rigged brush hog

Mike

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