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what would they be? i wish i had a Lip less Megabass Crank in fathead minnow pattern. Fatheads seem to be every where and ive yet to see a lure like one. Id also like to see some more realistic bluegill pattern lures

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Come on, guys!  If you are dreaming of something that costs $20 or so...buy it!  Save your allowance, mow that extra lawn, or pick up an extra shift at work.  I don't really have a 'dream lure', but I think the Lucky Craft BDS series are the prettiest lures in my box, and I do admire them everytime I handle one.

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I'M WITH AVID, WHICH EVER LURE WILL CATCH THE 7LB.+ SMALLMOUTH IN 2007 WILL BE THE ONE.

TYPICALLY I DON'T HAVE A "DREAM LURE" BECAUSE I'VE BEEN LUCKY TO BE ABLE TO GET WHAT EVER I WANT. MY ONLY PROBLEM IS HAVING TO DRIVE THIRTY MILES TO BPS TO GET WHAT I WANT. (A SMALL PRICE TO PAY)

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I already have my dream lure. A good ole fashioned black/blue jig, I prefer the Persuader 3/8oz. version. This thing will catch fish anywhere, anytime I ALWAYS have one tied on.  

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Come on, guys!  If you are dreaming of something that costs $20 or so...buy it!  Save your allowance, mow that extra lawn, or pick up an extra shift at work.  I don't really have a 'dream lure', but I think the Lucky Craft BDS series are the prettiest lures in my box, and I do admire them everytime I handle one.

i meant one that doesnt exist, like one of a kind.

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A 8-10 inch zoom finesse worm that automatically wiggles itself back and forth like a live worm. And by automaticlly I mean electric powered or something. This would be so beautiful. Or a topwater hollow frog/buzzfrog that actually kicked its feet like a real frog and swimmed on the top looking exactly like a live frog swimming.

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The lure with the perfect action, that no trout,bass,pike,walleye,Channel catfish,or even carp can resist.

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A lure that would have a soft flexable yet strong body that could take abuse and then some. This lure would be 4 inches in length have two quality #4 trebles and be in the absolute best Bass pattern you can find. It would house two tungsten plates with 10 glass rattles in a top notch weight transfer system for long, straight, and accurate casts. It would be able to dive on the retrieve then when stoped retrieveing the bait would suspend at the very depth you cranked it to and very slowly rise while vibrating on its own with no action being done to make it do so. It would have a tiny switch with a special tool to switch the routes the rattle will be placed. One setting would keep it perfectly horizontal while the other would tip it just enough so it looks like this symbol-> / but not as strong of a tilt.

A bait similar to what I said is just about out there.. but expect to see Lucky Craft, MegaBass, and/or Jackall to make it.. maybe even Evergreen.. if ofcourse it comes out.

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The Lucky Craft Pointer series (78, 100 & 128) are what I consider "Dream Lures." Really, they are perfect in every aspect and they catch fish. What is really amazing is all the specicies that these lures attract: largemouth bass, smallmouth, walley, rainbow trout, German brown trout, stripers, white bass and the list goes on.

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I wouldn't mind a senko type soft plastic that lasts more than a couple fish...I'm talkin' dozens of fish w/o melting it back together, wacky rigging or anything like that...

Build it and they will come!

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