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What is your favorite rage bait and how do you fish it .THANKS,GOD BLESS,HAPPY FISHING

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rage tail craw trigged or on a flippin jig.. the rodent ive had the most success with trigged or jig which ever i have set up at the time.. and just bouncing them or dragging the on the bottom

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A Jig & a Lobster with the last "bump?" cut off fished deep! This is also hands down my favorite way to fish.

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A Jig & a Lobster with the last "bump?" cut off fished deep! This is also hands down my favorite way to fish.

Try fishing the lobster naked on the Rage Rig.

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My fave is easily the rage shad. Tail up on a 5/0 hook. Has been money for me on many a summer morning.

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that is a really tough question. Most of them have a place in my arsenal. If i was stuck on an island in the middle of a lake and needed to catch bass to eat, id HAVE to take a Rage Craw. Green pumpkin first, but ill take a Falcon Craw without arguing. Texas rig it on a weight of your choice with a hook of your choice and you cant go wrong. Unless you rig ir backwards, i dont think you can fish it wrong.

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Rage Craw flipped into the water willows. It's a rush when the weeds start parting as soon as the bait hits the water!

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I like the eliminator best, it is a truly unique bait in that it swims side to side and upward, this is very handy for slow rolling the surface and for swimming right over the top of submerged weeds with a Carolina rig. One of the very few soft plastics that I can effectively fish weightless on my baitcaster, its short stubby shape just throws really well. Bass blast it like a buzzbait on the surface, and unlike a hard buzzbait I can fish it as slow as I like.

All the rage baits I have tied have been effective in their respective category, but the unique aspects of the eliminator separate it from all other soft baits I have tried, bought two more packs today :) Just wish they made them in more colors.

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If I could only choose just one it would be the Space Monkey. The profile is such that even the smallest of bass will take it but the action is large enough that the biggest of bass will not hesitate to eat it. The versatility of the Space Monkey and its profile makes it adaptable to most any bass fishing situation. Although it's a creature bait design primarily for flipping or a t-rig, it can also be substituted as a craw or as a jig trailer by pinching it down as needed. It's also a nice finesse topwater. With a Rage Rig its amazing in the shallows and over grass. Second to it would be the Eeliminator... It's terrific for most everything, but I don't flip it!

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I find it telling that no one mentioned the smokin rooster. Out of all the RT baits, this is the only one that just will not produce for me. It looks great in the water but the bass won't hit it. My favorite is the Rage Shad. Tail up on a 5/0 gamakatsu. The anacondas are money too.

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I find it telling that no one mentioned the smokin rooster. Out of all the RT baits, this is the only one that just will not produce for me. It looks great in the water but the bass won't hit it. My favorite is the Rage Shad. Tail up on a 5/0 gamakatsu. The anacondas are money too.

The rooster would be my second favorite. Its my favorite to fish, but i use the rage craw more. I LOVE to swim the rooster around scattered vegetation on a 5/0 EWG hook with a pegged 1/8oz weight. Its so versatile when fished like this. I dont use it as a flipping/pitching bait that much. I just love to slow roll it above deep grass or shallow weed flats. My PB came on a rooster. I was slow rolling it along a spawning flat, i stopped it and let it sink by a bed and she nailed it.

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Probably the rage craw Texas rigged and I've been doing okay with The space monkey as a trailer on a jig..sounds like it should be the other way around but it's working for me atm .

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I've got a few of the Rage products, haven't used them yet because they are so pretty, can't bear to take them out of the package.

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I've got a few of the Rage products, haven't used them yet because they are so pretty, can't bear to take them out of the package.

Go ahead SS, make FUN of our packaging :laugh5: they do look good when you see'em... but they fish GREAT everytime you fish'em and I'm as particular about the baits I fish as I am about the fish I chase. Surely it's OK to produce our products here in the USA and to the highest quality standards possible :) I never owned a Toyota until they started making them here in Texas!

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If I could only choose just one it would be the Space Monkey. The profile is such that even the smallest of bass will take it but the action is large enough that the biggest of bass will not hesitate to eat it. The versatility of the Space Monkey and its profile makes it adaptable to most any bass fishing situation. Although it's a creature bait design primarily for flipping or a t-rig, it can also be substituted as a craw or as a jig trailer by pinching it down as needed. It's also a nice finesse topwater. With a Rage Rig its amazing in the shallows and over grass. Second to it would be the Eeliminator... It's terrific for most everything, but I don't flip it!

Hey Big-O

Since this thread is anything RAGE.

Have u fished any of the Rage saltwater products? I ran across the crabs and shrimp here at Dick's the other day almost grabbed a pack of the crabs, they were on sale. Do you have and tips, tricks or info for any of the saltwater Rage products? A favorite maybe? I am sure one of them shrimp might get me a LMB here in the St Johns River huh.

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The Shrimp and Crab do a lot of damage to bass and have caught plenty on both! My favorite is the Shrimp as you can basically fish it any way you fish a Craw or small creature bait... High floating material as well.

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My most productive has been the space monkey, probably because it's been productive for me fished a variety of ways. Flipping, casting, punching, and even weightless topwater. However, the 10" thumper in green pumpkin has been my go-to dragging through deep lake Ozark brushpiles either t-rigged or on a Yum ed shakey head. Seems to weed out the shorts and attract big keeper sized bass.

As a jig trailer rage craws and chunks have also been solid for me, great action.

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Ragecraw on weighted ewg hook.The slow fall drives them crazy.Coffee scent i think really makes a big difference.

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Shad. Pretty stained ponds in these parts so the Black Neon has worked for me.

More success with this top-water lure than any other type. I am experimenting

with it as a swim bait using a rage-rig set up too.

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Yeah the Rage Shad is amazing. I couldn't believe how it performed the first time I used it. Couldn't believe it was a soft plastic bait making all that noise. I use the smokey shad color and silver bling.

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