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Whats your best carolina rig soft plastic bait?

just started useign this agian and the black zoom trick worm is a killer, Anythign else work really well?

Also i been useign htose discontinued flapin hogs from GYCB and i really need a cheaper ig trailer i dotn use pork i want a great soft plastic for this, im lookignin the 2-3 dollar per packs of trailers, i dont use chunks either, i do use brush hogs, and creatures,yum crasw etc... any ideas on cheap lure manufatures just for makeign there baits into trialers???

please post me soem links.

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12" worms to 3" Lil' Critter Craws and everything in between in just about any color.  That is the beauty of the C. Rig!

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I'll second Lake Fork Tackle baits and go one better:

Go to my website and follow through to LFT - get a 10% discount by entering code on page.

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About any plastic bait works great on a Crig.  I've thrown so many baits on a rig that I cannot list them.  They all caught fish at one time or another.  Just experiment and see what works best for you.

Brad

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I have had very good luck with 6" and 8" Zoom lizards. They are my go-to baits.

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I'll have to agree with Brad on this one: Almost every soft plastic will work on a C-rig; I tend to catch more with 6-8" worms though.  I guess it comes down to what your confident with.  Trial and error always gets results :D

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I've caught lots of bass using 3X and Zoom lizards in green pumpkin,watermelonseed,and black w/ blue tail.In the cooler/colder months the FLW 6" finese worm in green pumpkin and the 4" Senko in green pumpkin/watermelonseed have done well for me.

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