I stay with 4 or 6# test line and a light action spinning or spincast rod. It blows away curl tail grubs and is more versatile - I've drop shot it, caught fish with it under a float, vertical jigged in 8' or more and cast into the wind and had days that 30 plus fish was not unusual.
Strange though - I've sent anglers the lure to compare along side their usual grub style lures and never get any feedback. The only report I got back was from a 70 y.o. gentleman I rent a boat from who loved it the first time he used it! Since he gives me a discount, I give him lures and jigs for free.
* note the wire from the line tie to the plastic. It holds soft plastics in place fish after caught fish.
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progressive816 wrote:spinnerbaits, crankbaits, worms, etc? and how do you like to fish it?
i'm just curious. i'm losing faith with the soft stick baits. i've fished every imagineable way. tx rig, car rig, weightless, wacky none of them are producing.
i also fish around a lot of junk so crankbaits don't work out for me. I fish from the bank. no boat yet.
I'm still here dragon1! Good to see you're still around.dragon1 wrote:Thanks for "necro-mancing" this one...good to see some of the old TT members on the first couple of pages.
I can't believe it's been almost 9 years since I started this thread. At the time, I was just getting into bass fishing. Not much experience or patience. Man how time flies.
My favorite lures today:
-Jig n Pig