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Your Favorite Soft Plastic For Texas Rigs?

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ribbon tail worms are my favorite. I like the trigger-x hammer worm. Also like using this weightless with a nail sinker in the head. For creature baits, I like the baby brush hog. If I am flipping into grass I will peg a t-rig, maybe add a skirt and use a sweet beaver or brush hog.

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Rage craw

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rage craw (okeechobee craw, falcon lake craw) and culprit worms(green shad, red shad)

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I would go with the Zoom Baby Brush Hog! In Watermelon Magic color!

X2, my favorite also.

Hootie

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Baby brush hog and ten inch worm

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Zoom trick worm in either green pumpkin magic for staind water or cali 420 for clear. If I'm flipping timber or brush I like a rage Hawg or pit boss. I can go on and on but those are just some that come to mind.

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Just about any natural color Strike King product on the T-rig for me.

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Zoom ultra vibe speed craw

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4" berkley powerbait chigger craw and a berkley havoc pit boss

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Standard size Brush Hog.

X2

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Reaction Innovations Kinky Beaver!

If anyone who hasn't tried this bait yet, I highly recommend it.

Pretty versatile bait too. Texas rig, trailer, pitch + flip...

I also love throwing the Strike King Coffee Tubes.

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4" curl tail worm. I also like a 3" senko on a light texas rig.

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Senko/Strike King Shim-e Stick, Zoom Super Hog, Berkley Havoc Pit Boss, and GM Fat Ika.

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