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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Fishing Tackle And Gear Related Discussions » Mystery Bait?

Mystery Bait?

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1 Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 17:15

Catman1979

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Last year I had come across one of the forum sponsors, and the bait they make. It was a very highly regarded bait among the members, a Senko style soft bait with a tail that tapered down to a point.

Stepping up my knowledge of soft baits this year, and wanted some California home grown garage soft baits in my wallet....



2 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 17:27

Chomps

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Hawg seeker from fools bait

3 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 17:30

Catman1979

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Well I will be darned that's it, thanks! Any recommendations on a color good for really clear water? The pond I will be using 'em at gets around five feet visibility in spring. Also, what size EWG is recommended for it, I can't see any size reference on the site?

4 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 18:14

Catman1979

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Bwuhaha, alright nuthin' but crickets Smile

I will just have to order a whole bunch I suppose. They look great!

5 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 18:32

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I drop shot the original size Hawg Seeker on a [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Octopus style hook at Lake Perris which can be pretty clear at times.
Watermelon Seed and Lil Mac have both worked at times.


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6 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 18:36

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Thanks Jerdon! Figured watermelon would be a good start as well. I will have to try the drop shot, sounds solid so thanks for the advice.

7 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 18:43

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Here is a pic of the box I put together

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I  caught bass and BlueGill one day drop shotting the little mac

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8 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 20:38

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Match the hatch , Browns , greens will always be good no matter where your at

9 Re: Mystery Bait? on Tue 17 Mar - 21:52

Catman1979

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Nice, thanks fellas, and for the advice Misfit. Over the years I have gained a lot of confidence in various baits, but soft baits I always stumble with for some reason. This seems like a bait that will work well out here. That box is lookin' good!

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