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Whats Your Top 3 Largemouth Baits

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Hey i wanna know what is your top 3 largemouth baits in your opinions the ones you have the most confidence in to catch largemouth also i would like to see where you use these baits and around what types of structure do you fish them all response i would like to see in list form like this here is my top 3

JerkBait (Rapala Original Floater) - Used near docks and weed beds

Zoom Curly Tail worm - Used near docks rocks and sometimes deep structure fishing

Willow/Colorado blade spinnerbait about 1/2 oz - Used around docks and retrieved fast near points drop offs weed beds and rocky structure also near sunken trees usually instantly i catch a fish on these

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It's hard to narrow it down to three baits, because I have confidence in many different baits. My absolute favorite technique is deep cranking, but it's not always effective, so I can't say that I have the most confidence in deep crankbaits. Looking at your question as if I had to pick only three baits to use with no knowledge of the body of water, I would pick:

1. Texas Rigged Gene Larew Salt Craw

2. Strike King Red Eye Shad

3. 1/8 oz Shaky Head with a Zoom Finesse Worm

I feel like I can catch fish on one of those three baits, under a variety of conditions, on just about any given day.

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1.Strike Kink Ocho Blue Craw

2.Spro Aruku Shad

3.Strike King KVD Perfect Plastics Finesse Worms or Trick worm in green pumpkin

4.Recently till I lost it on my first day of use is the Northstar Double Willow Hidden Weight SpinnerBait **Bull Gill

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pop-r...almost anywhere that weeds don't come to surface

buzzbait...over the flats and in alleys through reeds, etc

flipping a producto worm...in reeds and slop

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1. T-rigged power worm

2. Fat ika

3. Outcast rt jig w/ chigger craw

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Terminator Green & White Spinnerbait

Lucky Craft RC1.5 Blue back over chartreuse

Zoom Trickworm Junebug, Green Pumpkin, or Bananaseed.

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Zoom 5" fluke anywhere shallow and or grassy

1/2 oz spinnerbait with generic worm tail trailer.

Dark colored rattle trap.

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Bandit 200 Pearl with Chartruse back

Texas rigged Rage Craw, green pumpkin

Jewel Eakins Jig, Rage Trailer.

All of them work great when fished in timber. The crank is also effective around chunk rock.

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Zoom Super Fluke (Baby Bass, Watermelon)

Zoom Trick Worm (White, Junebug, Redbug)

Rage Craw or Baby Rage Craw (Okee Craw, Bama Craw)

ALWAYS catch fish with those baits.

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1. Zoom Trick Worm (red shad)

2. Senko or yum dinger (black/purple fleck/junebug)

3. Roostertail or Mepps ( perfect to use on my high pressured ponds/lakes)

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Structure and vegetation

1. Brovarney baits swim jig in crappie color with a single tail grub salty fat albert pearl trailor

2. Weightless Rage Tail Eeliminator worked on top (3 of my 5 biggest bass came on this)

3. T rigged rage tail smokin rooster.

Open water

1. Northstar bluegill double willow spinnerbait

2. series 5 Strike King chart. sexy shad crankbait

3. Weightless Rage Tail Eeliminator. This bait is just awesome, very very versatile.

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Football jig / Rage Tail trailer

DD22

Senko (hard to admit that but it is what it is)

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1) Zoom trick worm

2) Single colorado spinnerbait

3) Frog

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Zoom super Fluke- anywhere really they seem to be bass magnets in my hands lol

White scum frogs- grass matts and lilly pads

Swim jigs with a fat albert trailer- anywhere them first 2 didn't work and some of the same spots

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All time? Just LMB?

1. Jig

2. 10" Ribbon tail Worm

3. 7" Ribbon tail worm

This year and last?

1. Jig

2. Rage craw

3. Something 4" long, plastic, Shhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!

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1. Brush Hog

2. Jig

3. Cranks

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More of favorite techniques than baits.

Wacky Rigged Senkos or Zoom finesse and trick worms.

Shaky Head with ***, Roboworms, Swamp Crawlers and trick worms.

Crankbaits including Strike King KVD's square bills and Bandit 100s.

Topwaters such as Cavitrons and RICOs.

There are places and times to throw different baits but the above is a start. :)

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#1 Texas Rig: 7 1/2" Salty Ringworm in Cinnamon Pepper Neon/June Bug Laminated (Camouflage).

#2 Oldham Lures, Inc: Eye-Max Jigs in Black-n-Blue or Coon Tail

Trailers: Gene Larew Salty Hawg Craws: 6” Black Blue Flake/Blue Claw or Rage Tail Lobster: Falcon Lake Craw

#3 Spinner Bait: Stanley Jigs Vibra-Wedge 1/2 oz DBL Willow Gold/Silver White Skirt

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Any Northstar jig

Paca or Baby Paca craw on a t-rig or weighted hook

Ribbon tail worm t-rig

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Jig

Tube

Shaky head 5.5" worm

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1. Azuma crankbaits.

2. Azuma lipless crankbaits.

3. RI worms. Eapecially the Bloody Mary, Flirt.

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1. frogs (ish phat frog or stanley ribbit)

2. Senko (Yamamoto 5")

3. Rattle Trap (blue back/chrome/orange belly)

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