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Question: What bait do you consider your most productive bait for catching bass in your area?
Live Bait:  Minnows   -28 (7.3%)
Live Bait:  Crawfish   -9 (2.3%)
Live Bait:  Other   -20 (5.2%)
Topwater   -39 (10.1%)
Crankbaits   -27 (7%)
Tubes   -35 (9.1%)
Lizards   -13 (3.4%)
Plastic Worms   -117 (30.4%)
Other Soft Plastics   -42 (10.9%)
Jig-n-Pig   -14 (3.6%)
Spinnerbaits   -30 (7.8%)
Surface Fly Fishing   -2 (0.5%)
Subsurface Fly Fishing   -1 (0.3%)
Other   -8 (2.1%)
Total Voters: 380

Author Topic: "Most Productive Bait for Bass" Poll  (Read 18823 times)
Epkomd
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« Reply #90 on: Jun 30, 2011, 07:52 PM »

but there is not one lure that will consistently catch fish everyday, so you need a good variety.
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greensider
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Location: Poughkeepsie, NY



« Reply #91 on: Jun 30, 2011, 07:56 PM »

i think the chatter baits is the only bait to beat a spinnerbait in versatilty numbers of hits and size of fish atracted if you havnt fished them u are missing out red and white   or blue  all my big fish last year came on chatters
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wileyc3
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Location: North central, PA


Here fishy fishy fishy...


« Reply #92 on: Mar 02, 2012, 03:01 PM »

I fish mostly Rivers for smallies....cool water jerkbaits then transition to plastics, tubes mostly and sencos. smiley
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nitzer
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Location: glenville, ny



« Reply #93 on: Mar 28, 2012, 11:18 AM »

i do alot of tournaments in ny and definately have to go with a jig n pig for quality.....for quantity, its a toss up between a texas rigged worm (senko or curly tail) or wacky rigged senko and a spinnerbait
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fontona19
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Location: Lake George Area



« Reply #94 on: Apr 03, 2012, 08:31 PM »

I chose plastic worm, just because they can be fished so many ways. I would think it would be between plastics and spinnerbaits.
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fowlskies
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« Reply #95 on: Apr 10, 2012, 09:34 AM »

Had to choose plastic worms but I'm partial to creature baits like the brush hog and Netbaits version of the brush hog.
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mr tip up
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Location: east granby ct



« Reply #96 on: Mar 20, 2013, 06:12 PM »

crankbaits,spinnerbaits,my new fav the  swim jig   
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chez
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Location: PITTSTON TWP. PA.



« Reply #97 on: May 23, 2013, 07:45 AM »

Topwater lures are my favorite and, second is white spinner baits.There is nothing like the explosion of a bass or any other gamefish on a top water lure.You guys know what im talking about.
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pikeaddict
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Location: Starksboro, VT



« Reply #98 on: Jul 12, 2013, 09:53 AM »

Sometimes I wonder why I even bring my tackle box with me.  I always end up using 5in Senkos texas rigged on a Skip Gap hook.  All but a handful of the bass I have caught over 5lbs have been on a Senko.
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NYSporty
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Location: Endicott NY



« Reply #99 on: Jul 12, 2013, 10:14 AM »

Sometimes I wonder why I even bring my tackle box with me.  I always end up using 5in Senkos texas rigged on a Skip Gap hook.  All but a handful of the bass I have caught over 5lbs have been on a Senko.

2X black w/ red or blue flake gets them every time.
I was camping at a rather large campground that had a fishing pond there were 20+ kids fishing with everything under the sun but could not catch a fish I walked back and grabbed 2 senkos and gave them to the two boys that were camping with us. They yanked bass after bass out of that pond while I walked with them all the other kids jumped in line asking for "one of them things" lol Every year I go back and I'm mobbed by kids asking me for worms and to take them fishing. The 2 boys now call me uncle Jess and one little boy I did not know asked if I would be his Daddy shocked All hail the Senko bowdown
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