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Ok, so everyone has that one hard, soft plastic or lure or jig or topwater or whatever it may be in your tackle box that when you pull it out you still get butterflies in your stomach and you just know it will get you some good fish...

I want to know what bait you guys LOVE to use it dosnt matter what time of season or when it was made just name that ONE BAIT THAT IS DEAR TO YOUR HEART:)

MINE IS A TIE BETWEEN THE SPOOK AND SENKO!

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Used to be senko, now it's a Zoom Swim Super Fluke, Shad color, on a 5/0 EWG hook :-) ALWAYS produces :-)

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Ever since I learned how to fish and catch fish with a jig, a black and blue with zoom super chunk or Denny Brauer chunk is my favorite. Although, even though I don't catch as many, I love love love fishing my live target frog!

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Maybe I'm old-fashioned but the one bait I can almost always rely on to catch at least a few fish is the original floating Rapala.  They may not always be the largest fish and I may have to move around some (to fit the location to the lure) but I can nearly always catch something.  Of the various sizes and colors, I probably have 15 or more in my two boxes.

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Mine is the senko, weightless, it always produces!

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7" Powerbait worm, motor oil color, texas rigged with a 1/4 oz. bullet weight. Always works for me around here.

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A vintage Balsa Squarebill crankbait.(named a Tenneesee Shad by Lonnie Stanley and Mooney Winston....about 45 years old that I had Marty Burns re-paint.  The color was called "Pea Green."  No other cranks since then have been able to actually come through timber and catch fish as well as this crankbait.  I have 3 of them and they are my ultimate "confidence" bait. 

     I suppose it catches fish because I KNOW it will catch fish!!

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Jig hands down.

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My favorite lure to fish is either the RAGE Shad or buzzbait double prop. Best producer is soft plastic, senko, worm or naked t-rig craw. Big fish is a jig hands down. Although I must admit that my 3 largest largemouth have all come on a buzz, mainly because I love throwing one.

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My favorite is the one I caught my last fish on, today it was a windcheater.

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There are two baits/lures that I consider "revolutionary".

 

Original Floating Rapala

 

GYCB Senko

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Your post said" best bait ever" ..... duh LIVE SHAD!

+best LURE ever, brush style jig or football jig with D&M Flappin craw or a Rage craw/lobster

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A 4-way tie----the Walking Worm, Helicopter Lure, Lazer Lure, and Flying Lure. They were on TV, LOL

 

 

Do you really use those walking worms wayne? They look crazy! haha.

 

My fav would have to be the Rage Tail Anaaconda. Amazing worm.

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Rage trail anaconda. Always produces for me. 7” that is.

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My jigs and a Netbait Paca chunk, wouldn't fish without them.

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I'm not gonna say it's the best bait ever, but the Texas rigged worm was shown to me when I was 11 or 12, and COMPLETELY changed the way I fish for bass. 

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Finesse worm. I don't really care what kind, brand, whatever. As long as its between 3-6 inches, straight tailed, and green colored, I can catch fish with it in almost any conditions on any lake any time of year. Close second would be a smoke or gp grub.

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Zoom fluke Jr, roboworm straight tail and alive shad. If I can't get bit with these, they fish aren't there.

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Zoom trick worm, watermelon red.

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Mine is the senko, weightless, it always produces!

 

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