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Any luck with flukes/super fluke?

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20 minutes ago, Djohn said:

Check out the KVD Cafine shad. It's similar to the fluke and I think I catch larger fish with it. Like GYB it's not the most durable lure.

The small size of those is a great compact plastic, a little smaller than a zoom super, but a little heavier as well so they cast further and sink a lot quicker.  I use small Owner twist lock hooks on them and it really really helps with the durability.  

 

The big ones are pretty heavy and cast very well on rods that are too heavy to really load up with a zoom super.  

 

Flukes and the Ned were the first presentstions that I really started catching bass on and I still love them both. 

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1 hour ago, fishwizzard said:

The small size of those is a great compact plastic, a little smaller than a zoom super, but a little heavier as well so they cast further and sink a lot quicker.  I use small Owner twist lock hooks on them and it really really helps with the durability.  

bears repeating...

 

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If fishing 1 fluke is boring, just use two! 

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Flukes get a ton of love from me throughout spawn and slightly thereafter.

i used to throw it weightless, but started using a small barrel  swivel  a couple feet up the line and use a jerk bait rod.

Running it 3 feet down really increases productivity 

 

edit....elastic now makes them and they last a lot longer

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I like the super fluke in a shad color. I've had good luck fishing them weightless with a spinning rod. 10 or 12 pound line. I make a cast, let it sink a little and give it a good pop with the rod in between reeling. Like many baits of this type, it can be best on an overcast day with a little chop on the water. Good luck

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