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Let’s find out what the most used lure is.

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If i had to guess ..... ;)

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Easy, it's the senko.  It's really the only thing I every see anglers throwing (tournament or non-tournament).

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I didn't know how to make one of those evolution, missing link diagram things, so here's the next best thing...

 

Big O

Basstrix

Rico

RC1

Paca Craw

KVD 1.5

Chatterbait

Rage something or other

DEPS Buzzjet

Spro frog

A-rig

Senko

Pop X

Ned

Whopper Plopper.

 

Can't wait for the next best thing so I can strike through that last one.

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, DB-fish said:

What is The Best Lure

The one you have the most confidence in...the lure you will present carefully and effectively most of the time.

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In Spring it's the Alabama Rig.

 

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Thats a good question; and part of the reason the tackle industry is worth billions. But this is a regional and seasonal sport; where what is best in one region or season may not be the best in another. Personally if I could only fish one lure and wanted something which gave me the BEST chance of catching fish in the widest variety of situations. I would pick a 1/2oz Black/Blue Arkie Jig with Plastic craw trailer...it's not a confidence bait for me, but I've caught bass in every season with it , including winter. 

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Nothing compares to having a big fish blow up on a topwater lure, whether its a bass,snook, muskie, or a big saltwater game fish.

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This Rapala catches monsters when can get them to hit it!

 

 

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In response to the title....eeeasssilllyy a drop shot rigged pink Deps 250

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For me it's a wacky stick and more recently the NED.

 

Other would prob say jig/craw or Texas rig worm.

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The most used lure I'd guess would be a jig because of how broad that category is. Everything from a crappie jig, ice jig, jighead with any plastic body, skirted bass jig, bucktails, all could be classified as jigs. 

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Any color Jig or a fluke, all year go too's.

 

Fished in the right places will produce fish all year under most conditions. 

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I've researched all B.A.S.S & FLW tournaments (Pro & Amateur), all amateur tournaments held in Texas Lakes (2001-2018), and the Texas Share-A-Lunker program.

 

What I would have to mention is under the category of plastics would be T-rigs, C-rigs, Wacky, Drop Shot, ECT which are techniques. This list includes all worms, craw worms, lizards, creatures, tubes, Fluke type, & Senko type baits; which is why it's listed as plastic lures.

 

The data shows a staggering 5 to 1 ratio  😉

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17 hours ago, mattkenzer said:

If i had to guess ..... ;)

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Top one!!

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Around here at this time of year ... 36E0E2C8-2646-4335-9B8C-1781916FAC3C.jpeg.8ac13a3d1532c5eba24a6b872f26fd71.jpeg 

 

... but not so good for catch and release!!

 

Seriously, for overall productivity I would have to say your choice of T-rigged soft plastics.

 

 

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On 4/17/2018 at 11:47 AM, DB-fish said:

Let’s find out what the most used lure is.

For me, it would definitely be a Texas rig or spinnerbait. 

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Soft plastics below the surface, Zara Spooks on top!

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