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Anubody throwing Junebug worms on a texas rig? or any other soft plastics in Junebug?

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I fish an Ol monster in Junebug color during the summer. it is one of my favorite summer colors.

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Junebug is my favorite "dark" color. I use it much more often than black/blue, which everybody else loves.

 

In my waters, green flake is money, for some reason.  At dawn, a junebug ribbon-tail worm is just perfect in the summer:  A dark, meaty silhouette, winking through the algae-stained murk as the first rays of sun catch the green flakes....

 

 

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I use it, with various worms

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Junebug is purple . Yeah , purple is my all time favorite worm color.

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Junebug Zoom Finesse Worm on a drop-shot at night. This worked well during early summer for me last year 

 

Junebug Zoom Fat Albert Grub is killer at night too on a darter head during pre-spawn  

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Junebug Zoom trick worm, lizard, mini-lizard, ribbon tail worm, and Yamamoto Swimsenko

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i only use 2 colors, and Junebug is one of them!!!

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I use Junebug colored Brush Hogs all the time.  I prefer Junebug over black & blue soft plastics. 

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I bought some junebug yum dingers to use this year.  Really looking forward to it.

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lost count of how many bass i've caught with a zoom junebug trick worm .... always with me ...

 

good fishing ...

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Would June bug be a good option in tannic stained water?

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30 minutes ago, Chunk_Chaser said:

Would June bug be a good option in tannic stained water?

All of our lakes are stained or tannic in Kansas. 

Junebug is one of my most productive summer colors. I have no Idea what it looks like under water. The Bass seem to like it.

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June bug is basically black grape with green flake and very popular in Florida. It's an excellent color for call types of soft plastics.

Tom

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Junebug plastics for sure. Junebug is one of my favorite jig colors to tie for dirty water too.

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My favorite plastic is the June bug zoom brush hog and baby brush hog. I have also probably caught more fish on June bug on the senko than any other color.  

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Junebug Blue tail worms 

 

Junebug Blue Claw craw worms 

 

Cinnamon Pepper Neon Junebug Laminate = Camo

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Rick Clunn just won $100K in the Bass Elite at St. Johns River on a junebug worm.  I hear those things work ok.

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Yes, Junebug zoom u tail. Light line light weight.

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10 hours ago, Team9nine said:

Junebug - all day, every day - everywhere B) 

Preach it brother . June bug is also my favorite color 

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Favorite color for worms and creature baits, 2nd favorite is Watermelon Red.

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yes

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Great color - love the Ol' monster in junebug or black grape

Also an awesome toad color

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4 of the 10 biggest bass i ever caught (including my PB) were caught on a junebug color Zoom Mag II worm so yeah...  i fish junebug worms  A LOT!!!!

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