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Possibly the best bass soft plastic? #12323561
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I've been having unbelievable success with this lure,
especially after tweaking how I rig it.
Caught me my new personal best, and several really nice fish.

Check it out smile
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Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323589
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Enjoyed your videos, thanks for sharing.

Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323646
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Thanks for the info, but how does it work on hard fished public water. I'd like to try some of my multi- decades old grape Fliptail worms on that water. smile


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Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: eyeball] #12323699
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During my last tournament on Lake whitney, I caught a bag of 5 lbrs on it.
Went up a creek with a bass boat fishing the ABA next to me. Really kind gentleman. I'd like to connect with him on here.
We fished alongside each other dissecting the creek.
I was fishing the 5" he was fishing a similar color senko.
I caught an 18", 16.5", on the 5" on the way in,
Then turned around and worked the 4" on my way out and landed a 19.75" bruiser on my way out.
There were 3 tournaments that day.
Several boats flipped that creek, and I caught the 19.75 in a spot that saw several presentations.
Had a buddy using a swimjig in the same exact spot, the boat used a senko and worm there too.

Hence, I learned that when the pressure is on, just downsize the bait. Big fish won't suspect it.

Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323842
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thumb Good video, nice yak, great fish... thanks for sharing!


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Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323875
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Who has ever thought about downsizing when the bite is tough......oh yeah...that has been known for a loooooooong time!


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People wanting to learn, watching idiots that don't know what they are doing doesn't help anyone.
Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323902
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Nice video. Also nice fish. Good job. cheers




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Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323950
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You said you caught a bag of 5 lbrs. But the lengths you posted aren't close to 5.

Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323972
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Sorry for rounding up my 4.5s and 4.7s
I'll post pics of them fish when I get back, if you've ever caught healthy fish on Whitney, they're rounder than they are long. .
Some of you guys are powerful trolls, not sure how old you are, but when someone tries to contribute to your fishing positively you should appreciate it.
I'm just addressing the downsize comment and dumbee over there.

Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323996
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Originally Posted By: YakManPro
Sorry for rounding up my 4.5s and 4.7s
I'll post pics of them fish when I get back, if you've ever caught healthy fish on Whitney, they're rounder than they are long. .
Some of you guys are powerful trolls, not sure how old you are, but when someone tries to contribute to your fishing positively you should appreciate it.
I'm just addressing the downsize comment and dumbee over there.
most hate because they can't catch fishnto save their asses.


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Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12323998
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Yep, i never catch any

Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12324200
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Classic Whitney sub 20" 4.72lbs

The fish I mentioned in the response where part of the bag, not the entire bag.
I was giving an example of how the lure performs in a pressured environment.


Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12324221
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Sorry YackMan. Didnt mean to troll. It was a good video and I said so. I did want to know how it worked on public fish.

Thanks again for your follow up info.

I think you should repost that video though under the title, "How to land big bass without a net" however. wink


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Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12324226
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Is that the Brazos River?


Re: Possibly the best bass soft plastic? [Re: YakManPro] #12324227
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Lol Eyeball, now that's funny!

I wasn't referencing your post as trolling. Your question was absolutely valid!
I was referring to others,
Thanks for the positive feedback!

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