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Electric Chicken #14083071 08/04/21 01:19 AM
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Anyone ever use this soft plastic color combo? Pink and Green. I've heard John Lopez from the Bite Me Podcast tout these things quite a bit.

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Re: Electric Chicken [Re: 78418Mike] #14083114 08/04/21 01:50 AM
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It’s popular.
I use solid pink sand eel with a lot of success.


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Re: Electric Chicken [Re: 78418Mike] #14083306 08/04/21 11:43 AM
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I have some in the box but haven't thrown them yet. Colors are mostly for us anglers and not the fish. Colors do matter some but many times it does not. I've seen a red swim 20 feet (yep it was a bad cast) to hit my soft plastic in yoohoo water. Many times it's the vibration that attracts them more than the color IMO.


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When redfish are active, they'll hit anything that moves. I've seriously caught them on a rubber dog turd.
But there's times they get a little finicky and they want what they want.


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