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45 minutes ago, FLDBRED-BDC said:

Can you imagine how many fish that lure has taken over all these years!

 

LOL, can't even imagine! That's why it would definitely be my one go-to lure!

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A Bucktail jig. Fresh or saltwater and depending which one you fish would be what size needed. You can catch almost anything on them from shallow to deep water.

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Up until a couple years ago i would say a jig, but today i would have to say a 4” yum dinger in watermelon seed color. I have never used anything that you could use on top for bass down to 90’ for laketrout and any other species that lives between 90’ and the surface


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That's a tough one . In NJ solely ? Probably a keitech as others said . It gets the job done . 

When im fishing places like Champlain ... chrome rattletrap .... I've caught everything on that there . Ridiculous .

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I couldn't do it. I would need a break up of lake, river, ocean. 

Lake: either senko worm or jointed rapala

River: mikes pink shrimp egg

Ocean: bass-live bunker. Yft-sardine or butterfly jg. Bft-ronz in silver metallic

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I to would have to say the bucktail.  

But I will admit it's going to be a boring season fishing the same lure all year.

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Clouser minnow tied chartreuse over white. It will catch trout to tuna.


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