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What's your #1 Lure of all time??

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If you had to choose 1 Lure to be your very most favorite, what would it be?

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DT6 in Olive Green Craw! Hands down my favorite and my go too..

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7" Berkley Power Worm

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Id bet most on this thread are listing their #1. 

Then again maybe not. You know how secretive them fishermen are. 

I do like the DT lures as well but I am a plastic guy. 8”Jelly Worm® from Mann’s Bait Company all day. 

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Number of bass caught the soft plastic worms, numbers of bass over 10lbs my jig hands down.

Tom

 

 

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25 minutes ago, S. Sass said:

Id bet most on this thread are listing their #1. 

Then again maybe not. You know how secretive them fishermen are. 

I do like the DT lures as well but I am a plastic guy. 8”Jelly Worm® from Mann’s Bait Company all day. 

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Don't you know all post on BR come in 3's:D

Jig with craw trailer is mine

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Helicopter Lure. Stop the fight.

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Mann's Loudmouth 2 all different colors. My confidence lure when covering a lot of shallow water areas.

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22 minutes ago, Kyhokie said:

Helicopter Lure. Stop the fight.

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Until I started buying my own lures. All I fished were h&h spinnerbaits. For years popa bought them a card at a time. Plastics definetly the most productive probably a brush hog or lizard. But my favorite bait to fish is definitely a big glide bait. Or a frog when that bite is on. 

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6 hours ago, WRB said:

Number of bass caught the soft plastic worms, numbers of bass over 10lbs my jig hands down.

Tom

 

 

This for worms.. I really gotta learn how to work jigs :rolleyes:

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#1 Texas Rigged Gene Larew 7 ½” Salty Ring Worm Cinnamon Pepper Neon/June Bug Laminated (Camouflage).

I've caught bass from Texas to Florida, the gulf coast to Ohio, & double digit bass in 5 different states!

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I don't even have to think about this one.  It's a jig and craw.

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I'm an old school guy, been fishing 50+ years. FAVORITE subsurface hardbait lure is a Rapala minnow twitched below surface. Favorite topwater is a black Jitterbug. Favorite soft plastic is either an 8" Mann's Jelly Worm in blackberry or a Zoom 6" Lizard in watermelon

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6 inch Manns Jelly worm. My new favorite color is tequila sunrise.  My eyesight isnt as good as it use to be and I have a hard time seeing the seams to get the worm perfectly straight . With the laminated Tequila Sunrise its easy to get the hook rigged  in the middle .

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Jig and pig,.. hands down

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Bandit 100 gets the nod for me slightly over the Yum crawbug rigged on a slider head. The only reason the Bandit gets the nod is it has shined on both rivers and lakes, the crawbug has caught a few more fish, but have only fished it on the the river. There really isn't a bait that comes close to these two for now, maybe a Ned rigged Zinkerz, but that has shown too many weaknesses to be the one to go to.

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GYCB 5" Senko

A close 2nd is the Fat Ika

I do not fish knock-offs

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12 hours ago, jtharris3 said:

7" Berkley Power Worm

X2, all time favorite! Motor oil is my fav color. 

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The one I was most enamored with growing up was the Arborgast Jitterbug. However, the one I never leave home without is the Yamamoto 5" Senko.

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The best way for me to answer this is in terms of heading to the lake with a single bait I know I'LL catch fish with. Jackall Flick Shake 4.8. It's not just a bass bait. 

Greatest lure of all time - Search bait, Rapala Rattlin Rap. Inexpensive and works just as well as any lipless crank available in my experience. 

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Blue Fleck Power Worm for numbers. Hudd 68 for the big girls.

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Get jiggy with it!!!! Add the zoom speed craw of course!!!

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Jig.  There's a jig for just about any situation you run into.

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