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Old 03-31-2006, 03:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is your go-to soft plastic? For me, I have fished a lot with soft plastics ranging from worms, grubs, lizards, stick baits, brush hogs and crawfish. My favorite by far is the brush hog, then it would be a senko or flash.
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Old 03-31-2006, 09:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I would have to give the nod to a SENKO or senko knock-off .. I like the ' alluring ' stickbaits. ( 50 for $ 10 )



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Old 03-31-2006, 01:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I can't peg it down to just one lure. It's a whole class of lures. It would be the class of lures in the craw/craw-hybrid series. From the GYCB Fat Baby Craw, to the NetBait Baby Paca Craw and the Baby Action Cat, to the Reaction Innovations Sweet Beaver, to the Zoom Brush Hog. I am sure that there are others in this class that I have used and I have enjoyed using.
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(yes, snuck on for a sec lol) mine would have to be divided into different categories of favorites soft baits. By far, my favorite plastic search lure is a sizmic toad, followed by a pop'n toad when i find some fish.

Now, for flipping and isolated stuff i love watermelon senkos, and for any submurged weeds, i love flukes and jerkbaits. They're just so effective anywhere
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Old 04-01-2006, 05:05 PM   #5 (permalink)
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For general fishing March-December plastic worms, style depending on mood of bass, color according to water clarity.
For flippin & pitchin I like tubes, grubs on jigs & spinnerbaits, Kreatures, Brush Hog, Getsem on a Spot Eraser, Sweet Beaver, etc.
If bass are feeding on crayfish I switch to crayfish imitators on jigs, or jig&pig.
Open water and feeding on shad I like swim baits and flukes.

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I would have to say for me it would be a Yamamoto lizard, black with a red bead between a worm weight and my bait , (deadly)
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Old 05-01-2006, 10:51 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Id be lieing if I didnt say that I fish a 6" zoom u tale more than any other plastic bait. Soft jerkbaits come a very close second.
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I left off lizards. Plain ole lizards. Bass bite those with intent to KILL. It produced for me today much better than any other.

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Purple and smoke fat butt tube by southern pro and of course the sweet beaver and zoom ole monster blackberry worms.
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My go-to for weighted is a tube. That is my #1. #2 is the might Senko.
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