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Hello... as the title says what has been your best bait or lure this year catching bass?... Thanks !

Mine has been...jackhammer and a megabass dark sleeper by a long shot...ive been killing them on the sleeper 👍

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Different now than it was in spring. Now it's a jig n craw, followed by KVD 1.5. I guess the Ned Rig catches the most but it really isn't a fair comparison.

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zoom green pumpkin trick worm ... t rigged ... and weightless ...

 

good fishing ...

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Welcome

The same as it has been for the last few decades; Jig/plastic trailer.  The trailer changes throughout the seasons and the jig's weight often does, too.  I kept a fishing log for years and would review it during the off season.  It (the jig) accounted for over 50% of my catches year after year.  It also produced most of my biggest catches each year.

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Senko

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Culprit Fat Max

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Magnum Speed Worm

with a Fat Max a close second. 

 

 

 

 

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Jigs, Ned rig, Shaky head, Swim jigs, Square bills,

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Strike King Sexy Shad buzzbait has been killer and I'm on my second one of the season. The first got hit and bent up so much the slot holding the prop broke off. Senkos have been pretty good as well. Earlier in the year the chatterbait was king.

 

I will say that this year I have done a better job at adapting to conditions and choosing the right bait.

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For the entire year spinnerbait by far . Last time out it was plastic Lizards and Stanley Ribbit .

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Weighted texas rigged swimbaits, green pumpkin and white have produced well here in southern Oklahoma

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Divine productive! 

 

This one won me a truck 😉

 

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Welcome to the forum. I haven't been fishing enough this year to have a most productive lure.

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40 minutes ago, Catt said:

Divine productive! 

 

This one won me a truck 😉

 

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You won a truck !? Thats great .

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Bass Pro Shops 1/2 oz black/red double Colorado spinnerbait w/Berkley Grass Pig Jr (California)

 

This has been my go-to when there's wind and/or clouds for 3-4 years.

 

I even got a 21" walleye out of a gravel pit with it on Saturday.

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For me the swim jig has been dynamite. The sunfish one @Munkin makes is my best producer with a rage menace trailer. I've been throwing it as close to cover as i possibly can and the majority of my bites come on the fall and when i burn them back to the bank.

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This is one of those things where the results should be relative, since we are all in different stages of the bass' year, and our conditions vary by region and even by angler.  

 

I'm mostly fishing small GA ponds from the bank so far, and my most productive bait in terms of numbers has to be the neko-rigged TRD with a VMC neko hook size 2 inserted chicken-rig style and a Zman neko shroomz head.  I've done well with the regular old TRD in Drew's craw.

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, Catt said:

Divine productive! 

 

This one won me a truck 😉

 

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11 minutes ago, Glaucus said:

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3 minutes ago, Catt said:

 

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So how did that work? Did they tag a bass and whoever caught it got the truck, if anyone caught it at all?

 

Regardless, super epic win, man.

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12 minutes ago, Glaucus said:

So how did that work? Did they tag a bass and whoever caught it got the truck, if anyone caught it at all?

 

Regardless, super epic win, man.

 

http://www.basscashbash.com

 

Since the beginning there have been 4 truck tagged fish caught, I was the only one registered!

 

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Back in April and early May my most productive bait was a Mann’s baby 1 minus.  Now it’s a toss up between topwaters and bottom contact soft plastics. 

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 Ned Rig (TRD on 1/16oz head) has caught the most fish. Squarebills, spinnerbaits, and weightless stick worms are not too far behind.  Still waiting for the topwater bite to fire up...

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For quantity it's a tie between a wacky rigged senko and the ned rig.

For quality it's the chatterbait.

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3 hours ago, Joshua van Wyk said:

For me the swim jig has been dynamite. The sunfish one @Munkin makes is my best producer with a rage menace trailer. I've been throwing it as close to cover as i possibly can and the majority of my bites come on the fall and when i burn them back to the bank.

Sad thing is everyone is catching fish on those swim jigs but me. Whiteish spinnerbait with dual Indiana blades has been working the best for me lately.

 

Allen

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