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On a true Texas rig (with sliding bullet weight) probably a culprit ribbon tail worm. 

 

Tx weightless ... Senko or hula grub

 

Pegged (aka Florida rig) rage structure bug. 

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Brush Hog or a Rage Craw

 

 

 

Mike

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'ANY' soft-plastic bait can be Texas-rigged (i.e. anything can be rigged self-weedless)

 

Roger

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I've caught more bass on a 6-8 " straight tail worm than with all my other soft plastics put together for the past 3.5 decades, so ..... guess what's my favorite bait for T riggin' ?

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5 hours ago, RoLo said:

 

Good Gravy!!

'ANY' soft-plastic bait can be Texas-rigged (i.e. anything can be rigged self-weedless)

 

Roger

 

They all work well . Sometimes I  reach in my bag and fish whatever I pull out first .

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7 hours ago, RoLo said:

 

Good Gravy!!

'ANY' soft-plastic bait can be Texas-rigged (i.e. anything can be rigged self-weedless)

 

Roger

But it is NOT a true Texas rig without the weight. A soft plastic with a weight and hooked in a weedless fashion is a "Texas rig"

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7 hours ago, jbsoonerfan said:

But it is NOT a true Texas rig without the weight. A soft plastic with a weight and hooked in a weedless fashion is a "Texas rig"

 

According to Nick Creme he sold the hook in the pack of worms first & then later added the weight...both were call "Texas Rig"!

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I'd have to go with a 7.5" ribbon-tail worm, with a 6" straight-tail worm a close second.

 

Tom

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4 inch Pit Boss, Molting Craw color.  Pretty basic but works well up North anyway...

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Baby brush hog- watermelon red flake.

 

And a bait made by the Cajun bait company, name and color I'm not ready to say because it is killer on the bend.

 

Got to have a few secrets lol.

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5" Senko in either Junebug or Green Pumpkin.

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My favorite is Texas rigged & whatever they biting!

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5" Kalins grub or a tube texas rigged on a slider spider head.

 

Something that I need to try more is a 1/2 zinker on a slider head around docks, this worked well for me last year.

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In no particular order:

1. 10 inch power worm in black with blue tail

2. Senko in watermelon red, green pumpkin, or black with blue tail

3. RI sweet beaver in June Bug

4. Zoom lizard in watermelon

5. Berkley Pit Boss in Okeechobee Craw or green Pumpkin

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If they're all my favorite, does that actually mean none of them are?  'Cause I think that's where I'm at.

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My favorite are simple ribbontail worms.

 

7" Berkley Havoc Juice Worm ($0.20 ea) and 10" Zoom Ol' Monster ($0.44 ea) are both great baits and good values.

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Gambler 7" ribbon tail with gambler screw in weight.

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8 hours ago, A5BLASTER said:

Baby brush hog- watermelon red flake.

 

And a bait made by the Cajun bait company, name and color I'm not ready to say because it is killer on the bend.

 

Got to have a few secrets lol.

What weight bullet on baby brush hog?

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Creme Scoundrel 8 inch worm

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