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Same topic as last week I used for jerkbaits for lipless cranks. For me value is the XR50's and for production the Jackall TN60's. What do you guys say?

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Red Eye Shad

 

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I'm a Bill Lewis original guy. I've bought and tried other brands, but I never seem to tie them on. 

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Original Rat-L_Trap and Red Eyed Shad work better for me than any of the high-end lipless baits.

 

Allen

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I use Bill Lewis Rat-L-Traps. They work. I do fish a few SK Red Eyes but I bought them because of their color patterns. I like the RES but have not intention of switching over to them 100%. 

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Gotta be between the red eye shad and the original rat-l-trap. I'm sure it's more of a confidence issue than the other lures being sub-par. 

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The Red Eye Shad, and nothing else comes close for me.

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The red eye shad for me is the best lipless crank, and it's pretty reasonably priced. Rat L Traps and Cordell Super Spots are a bit cheaper and they also work very well, they just don't yo yo as well. For a steady or stop and go retrieve with twitches, the trap and Super Spots are awesome. The Red Eye shad does it all though.

 

The Savage Gear Fat Vibe is an awesome mid priced lipless as well.

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Yo-Zuri Hardcore Drum.  Specifically in Painted Shad.  hands down the best lipless crank I have ever used, which must be why Yozuri discontinued them.   :annoyed1:

 

Dug

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