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This has most likely been done before (sorry if it has) but i can not find a thread to it so... I would like to know what your personal all time favorite go-to lure for bass fishing along with the technique used! Here's a chance to share your ways to others.  :smile1:  

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All of the lakes I fish are shad lakes, which in turn makes my go-to lure a shad rap. No matter the time of year it always seems to produce at least a fish or 2 per trip or a lot more different times of year.

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Plastics ;)

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This jig and trailer right here. No doubt.

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My two hottest baits I start off with is the BPS TOPNOCKER and the REBEL BIGCLAW CRAWFISH crankbaits.

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Jig

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Still trying to figure out :pray:

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A Super Fluke almost always produces, whether weighted or unweighted.

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Manns jelly purple worm.t rigged weightless or with.i guess im still lookin to break my own record 25 yrs later.

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This has most likely been done before (sorry if it has) but i can not find a thread to it so... I would like to know what your personal all time favorite go-to lure for bass fishing along with the technique used! Here's a chance to share your ways to others.  :smile1:  

 

Nope, it never has been done before ;)

 

Hands down a jig!

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Go to.....hmmmm  I fish so many different small bodies of water where each is different and calls for something a little different.  But I'll say a shallow crank followed by a jig.  Those two baits have been money most of this year in almost all of them.  

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When all else fails i'm bouncing something off the bottom . It may be a worm , jig , grub , trap , spinnerbait , swimbait ,...

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When all else fails i'm bouncing something off the bottom . It may be a worm , jig , grub , trap , spinnerbait , swimbait ,...

Ditto

Mike

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Jig and craw trailer!

 

Tight lines,

Bob

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Senko/senko-style worm, 4", wacky, weightless

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As of late it's been the Lunker City Spanky in peanutbutter.  When there is ANY vegetation on the surface I'm throwing a black frog.

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Nothing really works for me.

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My "Go To" lure seems to change year to year.

 

Last year it was a squarebill crank bait and this season saw a chatterbait getting a good chunk of the action.

 

A-Jay

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It used to be a Bandit 100 in Tenn. Shade but looks like now it might be the Ned Rig. I have a ton of confidence that I will catch something with it.

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