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What Lure Is Your Specialty?

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I do not have one yet, what lure can you go out no matter what time of day/conditions/time of year and feel confident it catching a fish?

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some type of jighead. what is trailing it would depend on the situation. could be jig and pork. jig with worm, grub, plastic crawdad,without a skirt. there are just too many ways to use a jig to list.

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jig

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Jig.

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Jig

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00 modbug jig

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Squarebill crank and a Rage Craw

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My favorite class is jerkbaits.

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Shakey head and spinnerbait.

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I am going to say a jig also. When I started fishing for bass I liked cranks. The more I learned to use jigs the more I liked them.

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30 years ago I would have said a spinnerbait, but I've "outgrown" that, knowing now that there may be a better bait for the conditions I'm fishing. I target smallmouth and love it when the sun is out and the wind is up and the smaliies will come from a distance to smash it - but this isn't often the case.

I'll fish soft plastics rigged several different ways, suspending jerkbaits during early prespawn, cranks on occasion and topwater. I like 'em all when they're producing fish.

I realize I haven't exactly answered your question. Instead I'm saying, "Be versatile." Determine what they want for the conditions at hand.

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TopWater or CrankBaits........Jigs are coming on strong though.

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It´s not my specialty, but I know that I can catch a bunch of fish most of the times in most conditions with a 5" curly tail grub, that and add a good collection of terminal tackle ( hooks, sinkers, specialty stuff like bladed jigheads n´such ).

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My specialty is junk fishing, maybe not on an hour to hour basis, but day to day, week to week, during the entire season, I basicly junk fish my way from ice out till now. The list of baits I have caught big fish on is like the TW website.

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I'm a spinnerbait and crankbait fan, but I really am trying to learn how to use jigs.

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When I'm on the water I'll always have either a jig or shakyhead tied on, usually both.

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