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HillBilly Willie

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Usually I'll fish a jig'n craw or a big worm in the Spring, then go to a jig'n craw or a big worm in the Summer, followed by a jig'n craw or a big worm in the Fall, and finally I'll use a jig'n craw or a big worm in the Winter.  I know that's alot of information to process but after 50 years of bass fishing, I can't find anything that constantly produces big fish any better than these. Or maybe at my age I just can't remember any others. Good fishin!

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Senko, but MAYBE a super fluke. Tough choice, could flip a coin and go with either one. Only thing is both suck in heavily stained or murky water, but most of my lakes are clear.

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An 8" Hud, #12 ROF, in holdover trout color.

A 9" MSslammer (looking like a chunk of broomstick with hooks on it) actually produces big fish as well. Great topwater bait. Just something about that loud, obnoxious action.

I will use other stuff for Spring sightfishing.... like a Basstrix Bluegill, or a Huddlebug, rigged on a custom 3/0 1/4 oz jig.

Peace,

Fish

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x-rap or tube works pretty good for me nearly all season long     a jig is up there too

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I usually have four rods rigged at all times:

1. T-Rigged worm or brush hog

2. Rapala X-rap

3. Spinner Bait

4. everything else

I feel most confident with the T-rig worm, so I guess that's my go-to bait.

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Spinnerbait, Wacky Rigged Senko, Tube

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I LOVE my Zoom Baby Brush Hog T rigged. (White, RedShad, Pumkinseed) Also Rat L Traps (anything with chrome, 1/4 oz. - 1/2 oz.)

In the summer I like Yum and Zoom Frogs. (Chart., White.)

Rapla Skiter Walks and Heddon Super Spook and Super Spook Jr. work good for me too. (Bone, Clown, and Chart./Black.)

:) 8-)

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Brush Hog of course.... ;D  I have never used the baby brush hog.  I have used the tiny brush hog as a trailer.  I fish a lot of off color and stained water.  I like the the extra action and vibration of the Papa Brush Hog.

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Green/White Spinnerbait, Chartreuse/shad Bandit 100, or a Trickworm (whatever color...).

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#1 Texas Rigged Gene Larew 7 ½ Salty Ring Worm Cinnamon Pepper Neon/June Bug Laminated (Camouflage).

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anything with the name "RAPALA" on it  

also, a 4 or 5 inch soft stick bait (ususally YUM dingers, but this year im gonna test out my new order of ***).

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Jig w/ Flappin Hog trailer. Used to be a senko but last year I made the jig mine.

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VibraBat!! Ahgagagaga!! Just kidding. I've developed a real liking and confidence in Senkos and jigs with 4" tubes as of late and am trying to prove RW correct about Fat Ikas (haven't had any success with them YET:o)

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