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Pick the lure you have to use forever if you only get one. Color, size and why.



Me: Black Neon Hula Grub on a 1/2 oz football jig head, no weed guard. I can pitch it, drag it, swim it and burn it like a top water. I fish it at night and day. More bass, northerns and walleye than any other lure for me.

 

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A texas rigged black zoom worm. The first lure I caught stuff and keep catching stuff on. :D

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1/2-ZinkerZ green pumpkin on a 1/16-oz. Gopher or 1/15-oz. ShroomZ jig head (chartreuse) - because I really enjoy catching lots of fish :)

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1/4 ounce Dirty Jigs Swim Jig (Black & Blue) with a Netbait Baby Paca Craw (Black Blue Flk) trailer

It can be fished as a swim jig (fish it just like a spinnerbait) or fished on the bottom as a traditional jig & craw presentation. Works in water temperatures from the 90's down to the high 30's.

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Pointer 128 in chartreuse shad. One ounce bait. Big enough to catch both quality largemouth & smallmouth. It also will put the hurt on walleye, pike & skis plus a few steelhead, brown trout & lake trout. 

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1/2 green pumpkin casting jig with rage menace trailer. Catches fish every where and can be fished anywhere 

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Let me go back to the previous threads on this subject so I can make sure I give the same answer.  :rolleyes:

Seriously, though, a jig is always my choice.  However, you are asking me to narrow it down to a specific color and type of jig.  That's a bit more precise.  Since I can't have all of the jig heads that I prefer, I guess I would go with a green pumpkin half ounce arky head, to split the difference, with a green pumpkin RageTail DB Craw trailer and a Siebert's grasshopper skirt.  It would be nice to have a black-blue jig and trailer along as well though if you would let me cheat a little.  

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1/8 oz panther martin spinner black/yellow dots and gold blade.  will catch everything i would want to target.

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Right now, T-rigged black.blue flake Berkley Powerbait Chigger Craw.

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Would have to be a 4" Senko, probably
watermelon magic on a 1/0 Gammy 
splitshot/drop shot hook.

That's today's "forever", LOL.

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Watermelon Gold Shad Molix Sator Worm on a drop shot.  Bass, trout, crappie, bluegill, they all bite that sucker.

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3'' Green Pumpkin Grub on a smaller weedless head. Anytime, anything, anywhere, any presenation.

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One lure, one color, one size, and fish forever?.......what am I going to do with the other 25 rods?  

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Where's JFrancho saying he would switch hobbies before using only one lure?

Mine's the same every time, black frog (probably a R2S Spittin' Wa) with a Lake Fork trailer hook.  Not the most versatile, but the most fun for me.

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One and one only?  9" Culprit Fat Max T-rigged on a swinghead jig.  Can I have more than one color? and some Megastrike?  If so...I'm good

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black & blue jig with trailer about 1/2oz i can make do with that 

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Every year this subject comes up and I wished I booked marked them, I know I have a different answer for the 5 or 6 years I've been answering this:

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I've caught 12 different species with a lipless crank which includes saltwater. To me a lipless crank is the most versatile bait out there. As for a freshwater bass fishing site and thread, here's my lure of choice.

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I would have to say a 1/2 oz. spinnerbait, single gold blade with chart./white skirt but it's hard not to say the Ned Rig in Junebug.

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3/8 ounce swim jig head, in a bluegill brown pattern, rage craw trailer.

 

-Payton

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If we're just talking bass, 1/2oz black brush jig with a sapphire blue trailer.

If it's one bait for every kind of fish 3" Berkley twitchtail minnow in Smelt color on a 3/32 oz mushroom head.

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I'll answer for today as the variables are ever-changing. 

Today: I'd go with a Siebert Outdoors brush jig(1/4 oz.) In Bluegill with a Reaction Innovations smallie beaver(fried watermelon) Trailer. It's weedless, can be presented several different ways, and my confidence level Is through the roof. :) 

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 Rage Craw in green pumpkin,Catches Spots, Greenies and Smallies.Can fish in any cover and my number one river bait.

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