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Trying to make everyone think.........

We are fortunate to be in a sport with a ton of different manufacturers for everything we need.  

Now if you could only use soft plastics for the entire year and were given a M action casting outfit fishing ponds and lakes for LM and SM which plastics would you rig?  You can only use one color for each season so you should have 4 answers.  Lets see what everyone thinks.  

Ex. Summer: Zoom U Tail in Pumpkinseed with a 1/0 T-rig and a 1/8 bullet sinker

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Narrowed my to 3   8-)

Summer through Fall: Texas Rigged Gene Larew 7 ½ Salty Ring Worm Cinnamon Pepper Neon/June Bug Laminated (Camouflage). ¼ oz bullet weight and a Mustad 3/0 Straight Shank Denny Brauer Flipping Hook

Spring: Texas Rigged Lizard or Baby Brush Hog Watermelon/Neon, ¼ oz bullet weight and a Mustad 3/0 Straight Shank Denny Brauer Flipping Hook

Winter: Oldham's Jig 3/8 oz Black/Blue with a Gene Larew Salty Hawg Craw 6 Black/Blue claws cut 1 ½ off the tail

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I'll make this simple.

A Zoom Finesse Worm.

      Two colors, Green Pumpkin and Watermelon Gold Flake.

I would put the worm on a 1/4 oz Spot Remover Jighead.

That's for all seasons

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Summer - Manns Hardnose RibbonTail in Junebug with 3/8 tru-tungs weight and red superline Gamakatsu 3/0 hook.

Fall - Stike King 3X Shad emrald shiner rigged weightless on a 3/0 gamakatsu red hook.

Winter - None ( we get ice )

Spring - Yama Senko  Gold Watermelon 4 1/4 inch rigged weightless with a 3/0 gamakatsu red hook.

Corey

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winter- salt craw black/blue

fall- zoom speedworm redbug

spring- 5" senko greenpumpkin

summer- 10 1/2" Culprit redshad

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Year around:

GYCB 6" Senko, watermelon with black flakes (194), weightless.

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Spring- 4" Yum dinger watermelonseed/red flake, weightless on 3/0 EWG gammy.Fished around shallow cover,weeds/laydowns/rocks

Summer -7.5" Culprit red shad, 1/4 oz. bullet sinker 3/0 EWG gammy, fished on the out side weededge (12'-15' on my lake) or under/around docks, especialy docks that hang out over deeper water.

Fall- Zoom super fluke baby bass, weightless 3/0 EWG gammy, fished over submegred grass where the deep weed edge of summer tapers up into spawning flats.

Winter- ICE no bass fishing :'(...........but sometimes like this year ;) we have no ice yet, but I have fished so little in the winter I have no idea.

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I'll make this simple.

A Zoom Finesse Worm.

      Two colors, Green Pumpkin and Watermelon Gold Flake.

I would put the worm on a 1/4 oz Spot Remover Jighead.

That's for all seasons

Do you fish this like a jig?  If not then how?

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Winter: Reaction Innovations DoubleWide Sweet Beaver in "BloodyBug"

Spring: *** Beaver Craw in "Double Fudge Suprise"

Summer: 6" Pro Worm in a variation of shad, dropshotted or dartheaded

Fall: Zoom Super Fluke in "Smokin Shad"

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