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Rebel Jointed in Gold with a Black back & white belly... Challenger makes one similar but I keep repainting and retuning my old one. It holds a special place in my pike box.

A real Hula popper would be nice too. The new ones are shiza.

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Gambler Bacon Rind

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Reaction Innovations 4" Boom Boom Tube in Big Texan and Magic Craw Swirl.

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I have 2 - both made by Gene Larew baits. First is their skirted finesse craw, and second is their floating finesse craw. Damned hard to find these days.

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Gillraker worms.  That double "S" tail had fantastic action with the lightest weights.  They also made a floating model with that tail.  I still have a few left but not many.

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Gillraker worms. That double "S" tail had fantastic action with the lightest weights. They also made a floating model with that tail. I still have a few left but not many.

^X2. The only worms I've ever used that I would prefer over the Culprit.

edit: I don't know if this is current, but...

http://www.fishingworld.com/ZetaBait/Details.tmpl?ID=1088021944876592

Tom

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I miss the old FLW baits.

I do too! They used to make a 6" craw worm (I don't remember what it was called) that I loved. 

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Gillraker worms.

BPS double blade buzzers without the clacker.

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BPS tournament series squirming worm 8'' electric blue fire tail!  The 8'' was thicker than the 6'' they still make and the 10'' just isn't the same!

Jeff

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Gillraker worms. That double "S" tail had fantastic action with the lightest weights. They also made a floating model with that tail. I still have a few left but not many.

^X2. The only worms I've ever used that I would prefer over the Culprit.

edit: I don't know if this is current, but...

http://www.fishingworld.com/ZetaBait/Details.tmpl?ID=1088021944876592

Tom

Thanks.  Might have to give them a call to see if those are current.  Details on Zetabait on Google are pretty sketchy.

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Super Floater Worms.

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A couple:

Mann 's Jelly Waggler

Heddon 's Sonic and Super Sonic

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jitterstick

heddon river runt

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Bill Norman Snatrix plastic worms.

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Deps 6" Deathadder Grub

Heddon Sonic & Supersonic (the first lipless crank)

Roger

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Kangaroo grub is the top of my list for soft plastics and Rapala Fat Rap in CW for hard baits.

Berkley kills me with discontinuing baits that work well; fat dover, drop shot worm and the 3" power hawg. If anyone has any of these they want to trade let me know as I may have something you are looking for.

Allen

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Berkely Frenzy diver crank bait and also their lipless crank as well. Have caught a lot of fish on these baits.

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