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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Fishing Tackle And Gear Related Discussions » What lure would you not leave home with out.

What lure would you not leave home with out.

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1 What lure would you not leave home with out. on Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:40 pm

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I am just wondering what you guys think in the subject. If you had to have one lure with you what would it be, for me I would have a curly tail grub, that is the one I started fishing when I was a kid. It is also the lure that I have in my possession every time I go out. So what would you choose as you most important lure. study


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crank bait - salt always a deep diver
Freshwater - shallow to med.

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Plastic worm, or as my grandson says, "Pretend Worm".


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As a Mountaineer and a Backpacker I have travelled to many remote locations. As an avid fisherman I always like to be prepared for that opportunity to fish. Nothing beats pan fried fish at a remote mountain campsite under the stars!
The lure I always make sure to have with me is a silver spoon. I have caught every variety of fish you can imagine on a silver spoon. There is just something about that wobbly glittering spoon they just can't seem to resist.

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Fluke baby! Works in salt and fresh!

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Female Ghost Shrimp Hawg Seeker.

And no thats not a shameless plug. I have caught almost every typ of fhis with that thing. Spotties, sandies, calico, sculpin, YFC, Perch, Halibut, Rock fish, Trout, LMB, Stripped bass. And thats just what i have personaly caught with it when you add in the rest that customers have sent me pics of the totall is around 20 diffrent fish speicies fresh and salt water that hit that darn thing.

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Square bill Crankbait without a doubt always have it with me and always catch fish .second would be a jig in blue/blk or sunfish

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Big Hammer for me!!! its very versatile, I can Use it bottom, mid and top water, salt or fresh, and target many species with it!

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I gotta have my trusty 1oz bolt thrower!!

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Mine would be a big hammer with a war bait jig head. War baits is becoming my hands down favorite jig head.

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Nice jig heads NeKro..........look similar to Reebs jig heads, have a box for calicos full of Reebs. I think I'll try some of the War Baits jigs.....GT

12 Re: What lure would you not leave home with out. on Thu Apr 16, 2015 10:49 am

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Freshwater: Square bill
Salt: Underspin with fluke or Keitech swing impact

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Thanks guys for posting, I like that people are thinking what want to work on. This is our FTFF Challenge, fish the lure you want to improve on and post when you have conquered your lure challenge. Keep posting guys this is a good way to help us improve our over all fishing trips.


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14 Re: What lure would you not leave home with out. on Fri Apr 17, 2015 12:03 am

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3.5-4" worm.  It catches a whole lot of fish.

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