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Too many lure designs to count #12491362
11/04/17 02:01 AM
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Just wondered if everyone had a list of lures they could count on to catch fish.

Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12491685
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Here are mine. The last one that the picture has a link is my go to. Slater jigs Whatzit.


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Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12501699
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Superb quality!! Who sells them?

Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12501792
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I think a baits profile is the least important parameter in crappie fishing. You put the bait at the right depth, in the preferred color, and active crappie will bite.

When I fished Oklahoma, I used a lot of Gene Larew baits. Now in Texas, I fish mainly Slab Bandits and Thermocline Lures because they are local and WORK!!

Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12501978
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Gotta give lane at constant pursuit a try. Tough baits, great selection of colors and styles.


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Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12502026
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Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12502417
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No matter where or when, this is always the first thing I use.

Re: Too many lure designs to count [Re: SenkoSam] #12502435
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Originally Posted By: SenkoSam
Superb quality!! Who sells them?

The first 2 are from Crazy Angler, the last one, in the link, is Slater Jigs. I have the same colors in at least 6 different profiles and the Whatzit, from Slater, will out catch all the others.


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