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Which plastics do you burn through the most?

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Trick worms. Since I hoard these things I don't eveb know how many I have gone thru, but probably about 3-4 bags.

  -gk

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probably trick worms as well, I use about 6-7 bags a year.

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Besides the obvious senkos and kuttail worms I wont go there with the durability issues because I love them!

Otherwise It would be paca craws. Killer bait and I feel like I can catch fish anywhere on them. I can get 6-7 fish off of one but not always. Couldn't tell you why but on SOME DAYS the fish will rip the dam claws off on every single bite rendering it useless! Just the way they are hitting it,probably schooling fish. Been known to go through 2 bags easy in a day of leisure fishing.Won't stop me from using them.If the claws weren't made that way the bait would not have the killer action to it.

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Senkos.............alot of them, next would probably be Beavers.

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I used to have to replace senkos, beavers and brushhogs like crazy.  I was spending at least $20 a week on new senkos alone.   Then I found Mend It.  I keep all of my ripped up baits and fix them when I get home.  I have save a ton of $$$.

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Senkos as well. Haven't tried the mend-it. I will have to, because I can go thru two bags a day at times.

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Yum ribbontail - Tequila sunrise - 3 or 4 packs*

Zoom SS U-Tail - Motor oil - 3 or 4 packs*

*Per Season

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I go through several bags of strike king rage hawgs in the spring (bama bug) and then lots of berkley powerworms in the summer(motoroil, watermelon, black).

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Culprit 7-1/2" ribbontail worms in tequila sunrise and various other shades of purple. I probably go through 3 or 4 bags a year. A close second would be 4" black curly tail grubs.

Tom

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Yamamoto 5" Craws - I go through 1-2 bags per week throughout the summer, and about 2 bags a month during the school year as I don't fish as much due to classes. I tip my finesse jigs with these and fish em real slow.

I keep it on the DL though. Most of the guys I fish with still think I catch most of my fish on rage and paca chunks. They also still think I fish my jigs fast. :o

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My most used plastics are 5" single-tail grubs - Zoom and Gander Mountain brands. How many bags?....Enough to catch 791 fish on them in 2010... :o

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Zoom Brush hogs, Skinny Dipper

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Give the Moaner Hooks a try and you will extend the life

of all soft plastics at least 100%. I had a day last summer

when I caught over 40 bass on a single Rage Tail 7" Thumper!

8-)

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I keep and endless supply of yamamoto single and twin tail 5" grubs and 4" twin tail grubs as trailers for my jigs i throw there so many color that you can match with today skirting material colors are endless.

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