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Old 01-20-2011, 07:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best Lures for lakes

We are putting together Tackle Packs for the on line store www.tackleit.biz. I would like to know what you guys think are the must haves for the different lakes you fish. If you could send me a private email with any info it would be appreciated. Not your go to baits but baits for someone who is visiting and wants to catch fish.

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Old 01-21-2011, 05:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My favorites.. Maverick worms, pro worms and robo's...D&M's Snipper blades, Bayou tackle's Thin Shad blades and your D&M'S custom color, clown chatter bait.
Jigs: canyon plastics new football jigs, D&M'S line of jigs.
Topwater: D&M'S Buzzbaits
Lobina Lures Rio Rico and Rico and Sauve
and let's not forget the Gitzit by Canyon Plastics that bait works at any body of water.
last but not least the SENKO
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Jigs and yamamoto single & twin tail grub trailers you can never have to many and the work on ever lake
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Old 01-21-2011, 07:32 PM   #4 (permalink)
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1) Five Inch Senkos (with wacky hook and offset wide gap)
2) Hollow Belly Swimbait with Hooks
3) 6 Inch Drop Shot Style Worms
4) 1/2 oz football head jig
5) Spinnerbait

I think that about covers it. You can cover all depths with these and you can fish vertical finesse and horizontal for more active time. You have the spinnerbait for off color and windy days. The senkos and hollow belly for clear calm days. The jig for deep was fishing along with the drop shot.
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