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So I'm going fishing tomorrow, and I was just wondering what everyone thinks is a good plastic besides worms.And how you rig and fish them. I have a ton of worms, and i usually Texas rig 'em.So anything other tan that will help. Thanks.

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Depends on what kind of worms you have been using? Have you tried Senkos? Or Fat Ikas?

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If the bite is tough you should try a finesse worm on a shakey head....that will catch fish in almost any condition. Even KVD uses this with some of his 'perfect plastics'.

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Grubs.

On a jig head or a texas rig.

Fished pretty much any way the fish want.

Fast, slow, helicoptered, vertically jigged, top, bottom....

Pretty much whenever, wherever. :)

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Craws (plastics) rigged Texas-Style are quite nice near craw holes and other structure, in my opinion.

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I like a few, all of which are texas rigged:

Brush Hog:  Weightless, let it fall for a few seconds, then pull it up, reel in the slack, let it fall, on and on.

Fluke:  Weightless, twitch and jerk it on the retrieve.

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I've been throwing a lot of zoom swimming chunks on a weightless hook. It's been a pretty decent approach for me.

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If the bite is tough you should try a finesse worm on a shakey head....that will catch fish in almost any condition. Even KVD uses this with some of his 'perfect plastics'.

x2 :)

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If the bite is tough you should try a finesse worm on a shakey head....that will catch fish in almost any condition. Even KVD uses this with some of his 'perfect plastics'.

x2 :)

Thanks for agreeing.

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Here ya go:

http://www.bassresource.com/fishing/soft_plastics.html

For more detail, check out the links at the bottom of the article.

8-)

The article suggests fishing the Senko like a fluke. Anyone had any luck doing that?

Absolutely! Oh, wait, heck no, don't ever try that. waste of time! ::)

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