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Mine is a Jig and Pig or a 5" Senko (any color).

JT Bagwell

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Mine would have to be a billgill colored spinner bait. If thats not working a spook in white.

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I have two that usually gets the action going when when the bass won't cooperate.I like a downsized 3/16 white Strike King tandem spinnerbait(gold willowleaf over silver Colorado).You can hit the banks throwing at wood cover or skim it over a grassy bottomed flat(just above the grass).Just get in a groove and go fishing making as many casts as your arm can handle.My other "go to" bait is 180 degrees in the other direction.I'll use a spinning rig(7 ft rod) with 8 lb Berkley Vanish on the drop shot rig.I like #2 or #4 Daiichi finese hook.I'll nose hook either a 4" Senko (green pumpkin/watermelon) or a green pumpkin FLW finese worm.I'll either cast and SLOWLY retreive with frequent stops alternating between subtle shakes or deadsticking.If I find a drop off with bass stacked on cover,I'll fish it vertically ,again with subtle shakes or deadsticking.

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Green pumkin baby brush hog, smoke colored senko, ghost minnow LC pointer.

Allen

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Texas rigged salt and pepper grub.  I can fish it almost any way imaginable, and it produces.

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Mine would be a jig

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I have two depending on the time of year and conditions. Year round I'll throw a 4" BPS Magnum flippin tube (color depends of the water color and whether I'm fishing for smallies or largemouths) matched with the lightest weight I can get away with for the conditions I'm faced with. From the time the water reaches 50 degrees until it falls back to 50, I'll have a spinnerbait (color, weight and blade combination are determined by water conditions as well) tied on one or two other rods.

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I have three, one of which will usually produce a fish:

6" Senko

Fat Ika

Micro Munch Tackle El Gordo (tube)

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Terminator T-1, nickel plated oklahoma blades.

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halijedi,

Welcome aboard!

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