I got a clown and a ghost splatterback jerkbait from Brad. That ghost splatterback pattern is a winner for sure.
Thanks again Brad for the jerkbaits; they are sweet. I threw these on 20lb braid mainline to 10lb Seaguar Red Label fluoro. Nice side to side hunting/darting and 90-120 degree turns; really nice body roll and nose down on pauses. I threw these unmodified, and they slowly rise with the braid mainline on the pause. Will update with a straight fluoro video or suspend dot with the braid.
15lb fluoro with a suspend dot just in front of front treble. Personally, this is exactly how I like jerkbaits--slow, slow, slow rise on the pause.
I think 10lb fluoro with one or two dots (the standard Storm dots) depending on personal buoyancy preference. (Some like slowly rising/some prefer slowly sinking depending on water temp/other factors) All lures are more buoyant as the water temperature drops (the water becomes more dense)
If you try two dots (one dot just in front and one dot just behind the front treble)