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jerkbaits for lake st clair

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I have used xrap rip baits on St. Claire in the past with some success.  Pink was the color I had the best luck with.  I have found that wiggle warts catch more fish than any jerkbaits I have tried.  I am sure there are others who like jerkbaits but I just haven't found one that produces consistently there. 

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anybody giving their jerkbaits a workout on lake st clair this season

LC Pointer in 78 / 100... American shad or some other local forage & hold on!

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still waiting for the Michigan C&R season to open April 30th...

I like the xrap (gold/blk back, bone) and the pointer (gold or american shiner). I have painted an orange belly onto a gold xrap with good results for smallies. depends on clarity/sun as to how bright my colours get.

contact me after the season starts and I'll let you know what's up.

TJ

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I like both the Xrap and pointer.  Last year was a tough year for the jerkbait bite.  I never got many on them last year.  I have also had some success with the Staysee.  My favorite colors are ghost, pearl ayu and firetiger. I have not had very much success with pink.  I can tell you one thing if you are fishing LSC in the spring bring lipless cranks, tubes, jerbaits and spinnerbaits.

Jenga

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If you are going to LSC in the spring do NOT forget some Super FLukes..  Pearl or bubble gum.

And Jenga:  X2 on the lipless cranks

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