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What new baits or techiniques are producing for you?

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This doesn't have to be a bait that's been recently put into production, just something that's new to your tackle arsenal. This year the Koppers Live Target Crawfish Trap in the Red Black color has earned a place in my lipless crankbait rotation. Though I did use it on a limited basis last season the Ima Flit continues to be a very productive rip bait. I'm interested in anything that's new to you that's producing.

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Ima Roumba.  :o

And they don 't miss it as much as other topwaters.

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Watermelon Senko 5in 8-)

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i've only caught a few bass so far this year but the rapala x rap is working for me...

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Watermelon Senko 5in 8-)

LOL... Dude where have you been :-/ . J/K of course

Tubes for me. I won some and threw them the next day... caught tons of fish. It's nice to gain confidence in a bait immediately... I like it that way!! ;D

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Berkley chigger craw as a jig trailer.

Allen

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Just started using the Roboworm "pitchin craw" definitly a bait I throw every outing.

Another new bait for me is the BBZ shad I..had a couple of follows, but no takers yet.

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Rage Tail  :o

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black/gold x rap and huckleberry big bite trick stick on toledo bend. PB&J strike king zero and bandit flat maxx on rayburn.

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Been going 'old school' with it and catching a ton of bass on hair jigs this year.

-T9

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Storm Swim Shad. I was fishin' on the Susky this past weekend with my Dad and my usual combo of tubes, jerkbaits, and inline spinners were not producing. I tied on a swimbait my Dad had given me and ended up catching 8 SM in about 1 1/2hrs. Two of which went about 3lbs. I went and bought some after that.

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Walz reminded me of another bait similair to the Storm Swim Shad that I tried one night and did pretty well was the River To Sea Live Eye Bottom Walker in the 80 size, I actually bought this bait a couple of years back and finally tried it.

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