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So everyone I need to know if this is a good setup for my tackle box. I have 4 Booyah willow leaf spinner baits in red, chartreuse, black, white. I have 4 KVD square bill crank baits in about the same colors as i mentioned. Last but not least I got 4 packs of ribbon tail worms in white and neon green and black and red for Texas rigging. Is this a good setup or do I need more also what kinda tackle box should I get I don't want something hard.

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For tackle boxes I usually stick with what's cheap. Bass Pro has a nice soft bag set up for 40 ish I want to try out.

As for tackle, honestly it depends on how, what and where your fishing. I fish central Oklahoma with some very dirty water. This is Kinda a short list of what I tote around.

4-10" Ribbon tail worms. Red shad and June Bug are my favorite.

3" and 4" tubes. Black with blue tails dipped in JJ's chartreuse are my favorite. This color for me is my weapon of choice.

4"-5" razor worms for drop shot.

Zoom trick worms

Rage tail lobster draw and chunk

Swim baits

Cant forget jigs.

As for crank baits, I use a lot of lipless chartreuse and craw colored baits. I like bomber brand cranks in the same color.

About 10-12 different colors of Senkos in 4"-7"

That's just whats in my boxes. If you have slop to fish in grab some frogs as well.

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depending on where you are fishing and what depth could give us a little more info. but for a basic guideline here is what i reccomend:

7" berkley power worms

5" senko

creature bait (bursh hog)

3-5" grub

willow leaf blade spinnerbait (good for burning them right under the surface)

colorado blade spinnerbait (good for slow rolling)

super spook jr.

rebel pop-r

manns -1 crankbait (shallow diving)

deep diving crankbait

lipless crank bait

buzzbait

1/8-3/8oz tungsten bullet sinkers (may need heavieror lighter depending on depth and if you are going to punch heavy cover)

frog

3/0-4/0 ewg worm hooks (i like gamakatsu)

1/8-1/4oz ball head jig heads

i am not a big believer in different colors. i generally stick to natural colors: pumpkinseed, green pumpkin, watermelon, black, smoke

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Keeping it simple I would add personally would, a stick bait (blk/blue flake and a green color) and a floating worm like a Zoom Trick worm (Red Shad, junebug) and some top waters like a jitter bug (black), popper (bone or shad) and some lipless crank baits.

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I have a ton of tackle what about this setup box senkos, lizards, ribbon worms, crankbaits, jerkbaits,spinnerbaits is that good??

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I also fish up in nh my lake goes about 22ft murky water lots if docks couple islands pretty flat bottom and a decent ammount of weeds and structure

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