Me, too, as regards my favorite: the little black grub with a curly chartreuse tail. I found mine at Walmart, made by Creme out of Tyler as I recall. Red and chartreuse works well, also.
A close second would be the 3" (really looks like a 2") curly tail grub by Yamamoto . . . very good. Except, the reason it swims so well and attracts fish is it has a hyperactive tail owing to that "Senko" special plastic and a thinness at the body to tail connection. The tail tears off VERY EASILY. I went through about a half dozen in a hour but oh how the fish love them! I love them, too, but will avoid them.
I am experimenting with the Elaztec GrubZ. They float a bit more and a tiger couldn't pull the tail off these! I am still experimenting with them.
My favorite terminal tackle is a jig head Chris's Finesse Fishing in the .7 gram so roughly a 1/40 oz. using a #8 hook.