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Yamamoto Kreature

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I did some shopping at my local BPS today, and picked up some yama kreatures. Does anyone use these? If so, how are you fishing them? Iv seen them on the net, but never being used. I figured Id check them out.

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Ive seen them texas rigged on both sides and just dragged and hopped around. I think they look really good with the weight on the skirted side.

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They work when C-rigged or T-rig or as a jig trailer on a plain jig head.

Tom

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I've caught a few simply using them as a jig trailer. They work! :thumbsup3:

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I've got great faith in GYCB baits so I bought a pack of Kreatures this season. Not surprisingly, they produced smallmouth for me, T-rigged.

 

Am thinking that the GYCB 5" Hula Grub will do the same thing at a lesser price.

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I like to fish them on a weedless jig head.

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I've been using the Yamamoto Kreatures for a couple of years now. I fish very heavy pressured city lakes and they work great for me!I normally throw them Texas rigged using an Owner 4/0 twistlock and an 1/8 or 3/16 tungsten weight depending on what the bass want. My best colors are black with blue and green pumpkin.

 

-brian

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Imma try to watch some videos, and read up on some techniques. I appreciate the replies. I would just mess around with em and experiment but I payed about eight and a half bucks for a pack of em!!!

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