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#12820358 - 07/08/18 12:28 PM Super Flukes
Blindshot54 Offline
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Registered: 09/06/16
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Hey any one throws these with any success?

Share a tactic , time of year type of cover or structure.

Thanks
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#12820362 - 07/08/18 12:33 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
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Registered: 09/13/11
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Loc: San Antonio
C-rig, now, deep structure

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#12820368 - 07/08/18 12:37 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Minner Bucket]
Mike Keenan Offline
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TX rigged weightless... post spawn
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#12820389 - 07/08/18 01:00 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
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Loc: Alvarado, Tx
Tx rig 1/8 oz weighted hook, weightless, c_rig, heck I've even had them on a light shaky head. Post spawn to late fall. Shallow cover, schooling fish, docks, and many other applications. You can use as a jerk bait or barely twitch it on the bottom. It's an extremely versatile bait.

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#12820418 - 07/08/18 01:34 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Jake E Offline
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Registered: 11/08/04
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Loc: georgetown
Ive probably thrown a fluke more than any other bait it is one of my go-to's most times of the year bc of the extreme confidence i have in it and how versatile you can fish it. You can definitely catch fish on it using a C-rig, shaky head, weighted hook, drop shot, weightless. My favorite technique with it is weightless bc i can skip it extremely well on spinning rod and with the erratic look I can get a reaction bite on it on any clear to stained lake . you can catch fish all year but just use the most valid technique for where the fish are holding.
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#12820421 - 07/08/18 01:35 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
mossyback75 Offline
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Donkey rigged

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#12820422 - 07/08/18 01:36 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
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Any time of year, any type of structure, any type of cover.

Water depth and cover determine how it is rigged.

Use weightless in 1’, light weighted hooks in 10-15’ or more, T-Rig, C-Rig, or shake head anytime they are relating to bottom at any depth.

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#12820432 - 07/08/18 01:41 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Jake E Offline
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Loc: georgetown
Also fish it in any type of cover. it can be very deadly twitching the hell out of it then dead-sticking it underdocks on stickup and brush and in pockets in grass or grass lines. fish on widegap 4/0 weightless or with light weight.
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#12820448 - 07/08/18 01:51 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
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X2- Donkey Rig!
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#12820465 - 07/08/18 02:06 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
TheFluke215 Offline
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Registered: 01/16/11
Posts: 563
Loc: Texas
I normally don’t throw a weightless fluke till water temp is 60 and up. I do throw it c rigged all year. 1 oz tungsten weight, 3’ leader and 4/0 ewg gamakatsu hook. Seems the only color I catch them on is watermelon red w/ chartreuse tail. Definitely resembles a small perch. Excellent bait, hence my username..

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#12820486 - 07/08/18 02:23 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Blindshot54 Offline
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I am referring to the large one only.
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#12820490 - 07/08/18 02:33 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Jake E Offline
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Registered: 11/08/04
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Loc: georgetown
the 7" magnum fluke? or the 5" super fluke?
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#12820499 - 07/08/18 02:41 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Blindshot54 Offline
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7 inch. Looking for bigger fish
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#12820504 - 07/08/18 02:48 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Danny L. Weems Offline
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Loc: Como, Texas
That would be the Magnum Fluke. You can use it the same as the super fluke just yes a larger hook.
One of my favorite techniques is to rig on a scrounger head, it will usually pick up a few more bites and will typically attract larger fish.
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#12820509 - 07/08/18 02:52 PM Re: Super Flukes [Re: Blindshot54]
Blindshot54 Offline
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Registered: 09/06/16
Posts: 131
Scrounge head? I will look it up.
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