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I need to add some soft plastics to my arsenal. as of now i have some 4" senkos and 4" brush hogs also zoom horny toads. the only one ive fished hard with is the senko, and it is amazing! i never really used plastics before and was worried about presentation, but i did what people said and they just flat out work. My fav is the senko, how bout yours? (add color and length, please. i will look into buying some of them) :)

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4" tube from any one of several manufacturers.

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Zoom trick worms.

Clancy W

X2! You can use them almost any way, just like the senko. You should add some tubes, 4" grubs, and some regular swimming tail worms to your arsenal for sure!

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All of the above! I like the brush hog in candy bug, a killer color last year. Baby Paca Craw in green pumpkin, 10 in. worms in any green or purple or grape. Lizards in green or green chart., tubes, and the list goes on and on!

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GYCB Fat ikas, GYCB 5" and 6" senkos, GYCB kut-tail worms.

GYCB flappin'g hog for jig trailers.

P.S. And no, I'm not sponsored by GYCB (or anyone else for that matter).

EDIT: As far as color is concerned, it's really simple. I like "dark". Baby bass works too.

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My favorite soft plastic changes about four times a day...

If you're fishing grass (esp. eel grass) the Skinny Dipper is hard to beat.  That bait, rigged with a light keel-weighted hook, swims through the eel grass so perfect...it's almost impossible to present a bait better than that.

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You already got to money makers right there.

Try zoom shakey head worms and finesse worms.

Zoom dead ringers work good as well.

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watermelon red baby brush hogs,

Cabin Creek Lizards (pumpkin seed)

Zoom Lizards (green pumpkin purple flake and Black Neon)

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Baby Brush Hogs

Zoom and Powerbait lizards

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zoom magnum trick worms in any watermelon color for me, red, candy or seed.. also like the magnum more because i can fish it completely weightless wacky as with the regular i use a small finishing nail in the nose..

im a little partial to the trick worms for a good reason, caught my PB 10lb13oz with a watermelon red

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Zoom Baby Brush Hogs,Watermelon Magic.Zoom Trick Worms in watermelon/chart. tail.

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Throw some Craws in there, Rage or Zoom Speed Craws, Chiggar Craws.  They're good as trailers on jigs or T-rigged, C-rigged, weightless, just about any way you want to fish it. 

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Several but these are predominant.

1. smallie and sweet beavers.....watermelom/red, white trash, and bad shad during the day and black/redfleck during lowlight.

2.Zoom dead ringers, 4' and 8".....Watermelon/red and red shad. 4" during the day and 8" at night.

3. Zoom finesse worms......Texas rig, weightless, and on a shakeyhead(megastrike)...Watermelon/red.

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hmmm this is a tough one  really liked shaw grigsby series creature in watermelon or Black/Blue by strike king  but they discotinued i guess   so i have to say wave worms tiki stick in watermelon red ....they are senkos but scented with anise and slightly cheaper too   fished wacky style theyre deadly

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10"/10.5" ribbontail worm (Zoom, Culprit, BPS) - red shad

7.5" ribbontail worm (Culprit, Yum) - red shad, black neon

5" single-tail grub - Zoom Salty Fat Albert - watermelon-green/orange flake

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