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This is sure to get some interesting responses.  I would bet that a stick bait like a senko is going to be on just about everyone's list.  I use tubes a lot so I'll throw them in there.  I like the root beer and green pumpkin colored power tube made by berkley.

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> Zoom 5” Fluke

> Spro Bronzeye Frog

> Zoom Ultra-Vibe Worm

> Netbait Paca Craw

> Gambler Ace (senko knockON, not knockoff)

 

 

Not my favorites, just major players that come to mind.

 

Roger

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Culprit 7" ribbon tail worm

Kalins 5" Grub 

Kalins 3" Grub

4" Sluggo

Culprit 5" ribbon tail worm

 

PS: I have never had any luck with Senkos due to being impatient. I will remedy that this year!!!!

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Rage Craw

Rage bug

Zoom fluke

7 inch culprit

Rage swimmer

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I'm going by what's caught me the most fish over the years.. 

 

Berkley Powerworm

Roboworm

Keitech Easy Shiner

Senko (duh!)

Chigger Craw/Rage Craw tossup 

 

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Zoom Trickworm

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Zoom Fluke

Zoom Baby Brush Hog

Mann's 8" Jellyworm

Senko

Creme 6" scoundrel worm

 

 

 

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Manns Jelly worm

Larew Salt Craw

Zoom Lizard

Wave Tiki Stick

Original Gizit

 

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Dry Creek tube...green pumkin

Dry Creek tube...candy

Keitech 3&4inch...(sorry)

4 inch black worm

watermelon candy bbh

Easy...peezy

 

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Zoom speed craw

Zoom baby brush hog

Rage craw

Rage menace grub

Senko

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Rage Cut R

Rage Bug

Sluggo

Scum Frog

Skinny Dipper 

 

 

 

 

 

Mike

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Yum Dinger

 

Yum Christi Craw

 

Berkley Powerbait 7 inch ribbontail worm

 

Senko

 

Berkley Powerbait Lizard

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Yum Dinger

Eco Pro Tungsten Swing Shad

Berkley Crazy Chigger

Big Bite Fightin' Frog

Berkley Bottom Hopper Jr

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Keitech Swing Impact

Strike King Fat Baby Finesse Worm

Berkley Powerbait Chigger Craw

Roboworm ST 6"

Yamamoto Senko

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Huddleston 68 & 8" & Huddgill ROF 12

3:16, 8" Mission fish

Basstrix 6" hollow body 

Roboworm 4 1/2", 5" and 6" worms

Uptons Customs 9" straight tail.

GYCB Hula grubs

Berkely Chigger Craws.

Too many to stop at 5, the above I use often.

Tom

 

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Senko

fat IKA

KVD Caffeine Shad

Berkely Chigger Craw

Lockett Big Fattie (I know it's a Senko style but it has a different sink rate the works better at certain times)

 

 

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1. GYCB 5" Watermelon Creme Senko;

2.  3.5" Crazy Legs Chigger Craw Green pumpkin;

3. ZMAN Green Pumpkin TRD;

4.  4" Keith EZ Shiner in Pro Blue Red Pearl;  and 

5. Zoom Magnum Trick Worm Black. 

 

In case you can't tell my home lake is a  clear water, pressured small northern lake. 

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  • Netbait Paca Craw
  • Culprit ribbon tail worm
  • Berkley Havoc Pit Boss
  • Mann's Jelly Worm
  • Reaction Innovations Big Dipper 

 

 

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I surprised by the lack of presence on the lists of 4 inch paddle tail swimbaits on a bullet jig, ned rig, + the others for me would be in order tubes, super flukes, and senko type plastic.

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In order of most used:

 

6" Senko

5" Senko

Zoom fluke

Zoom trick worm

10" Powerbait worm

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Only five?  Forget it.  I'll just take ten Planos full of cranks. ;)

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