She said I've been working on three different sizes of the tadpole. Which one do you like? I said that one. She said good, that's the one I picked. I thought, that's good for me too.
Many of us crappie guys like the finesse style fishing. Folks like to use those 1/32, 1/48 and 1/64 size baits. When June rolls around and the shad spawn starts circling around those trees and stumps and docks, those small baits will entice lots of bites. I usually downsize in the hot summer months when the fish seem to get lethargic. I also like the micro baits in Jan and Feb. I remember Guy and David winning the LOP tournament this Jan with 1/32 baits.
Here's what the new 1 1/2" micro tadpole looks like. Soon to be available in all your favorite fish catching colors from Thermocline Lures.
That top bait is the new "Citric Acid" color. Pick doesn't show it well but the bottom half of that bait is glo-truse. This should be a dynamite color in all this murky water we've seen lately. Good