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I can say that without a doubt my 2 most successful lures are a weightless Senko held on by a 1" piece of hose and Ragetail Toads. I have caught more bass with these 2 lures than anything else. 

 

A KVD Sexy Dawg (could be replaced with a Heddon Zara Spook) makes honorable mention. I've caught a ton on mine. If it wasn't so weedy where I fish it would probably replace the Ragetail Toad as one of my most effective lures. Fish just can't resist it.

 

 

 

What are your 2 most successful lures?

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Jig, and probably.green pumpkin 6 inch lizard

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3/8 oz. Jig and a stick style bait t - rigged or weightless are by far the best for me in my waters.

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Norman lil n in spring craw by far has been my best. Followed by a tex rig 7" red worm

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Bubble gum Trick Worm, Zoom Ultra Vibe Speed Craw, black/sapphire.

 

But my fav's are Frog or anything topwater. Getting a good bite on the frog is the BEST feeling.

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Texas rig and crankbait .

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PowerTeam Lures 7" Finicky Tickler and 3.6" JP Hammershad.

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Ribbon tail worm and Keitech Swing Impact FAT.

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Texas Rig Rage Craw/Worms,

Senko/Fat Ika

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Swim jig/ jerkbait (depending on season)

Jig and craw

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First it was shakey head and drop shot, now the new BAIT is Texas rig.....

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4-inch finesse worm. Whether that's weightless like I used to do or on a split shot or shakeyhead rig, I've caught hundreds of bass on a 4-inch finesse worm. 

5-inch senko. Caught lots of fish on these, too. 

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5' stickbait

Black/blue jig

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#1 goes to a 1/2oz white and chart spinnerbait with a silver willow leaf and bronze small colorado.

 

#2 is a Texas rigged creature bait. 

 

I can cover a lot of water and depths with those 2 setups. 

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Rage Cut R

RI Skinny Dipper or Big EZ

Mike

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Yum Dinger and XCS 100 Squarebill

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My new fav is a t-rig z-craw California 420, catches fish in every situation. And a aurora black 115 gunfish is my go to for summer mornings

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3/8 ounce white with willow leaf blade spinner bait

Zoom trick worm, watermelon red, t-rig weightless

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A SK Rage Craw on a drop shot rig & a 6th Sense Crush Flat 75X Crankbait in Bluegill.

 

There's been a few weeks each of the past two season, that these have been the only 2 bait's I fished.

 

The bait below would have to get honorable mention as well.

 

A-Jay

 

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Buzzbait and Z-POP

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Super Fluke

Olive and black jig with Rage Tail olive and orange craw trailer.

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#1 is 4.5" Curly Tail Roboworm no question. It has been for the last 7 years.

#2 is a moving target for me but right now the Swing Impact is starting to take the 2 spot over. The fat rigged weedless or the standard on a Lethal Weapons II Swim Jig. 

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5" stick bait rigged multiple ways, followed closely by a 4"ish beaver style bait, also rigged multiple ways.

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