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    Default The BEST plastic bait is ?

    This is just a thread to hear what folks like "best", don't anyone go and get all sideways please over what is best .
    Just wondering what the world of crappie.com likes best in a plastic ?
    I like several different brands of plastics and some better than others in some spots .
    Our local fish seem to like some better than others for whatever reason from lake to lake.
    So lets hear what you like best ....
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    I've had really good luck with the crappie monster uppercut and small fry. I like all the usuals, but these seem to pull fish. Of course the sliders have brought me some luck starting this year. I really believe all of them can work with the right presentation. Just to be fair though I'm a sucker for all of them. I'm like a fish sniffing a bait when it comes to shopping for baits. I get caught a lot.... Did I say a lot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWILL View Post
    I've had really good luck with the crappie monster uppercut and small fry. I like all the usuals, but these seem to pull fish. Of course the sliders have brought me some luck starting this year. I really believe all of them can work with the right presentation. Just to be fair though I'm a sucker for all of them. I'm like a fish sniffing a bait when it comes to shopping for baits. I get caught a lot.... Did I say a lot?

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    trust me on this , if it looks pretty and it crosses my mind it will ketch fish , I am right beside you in dat boat
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    I will say I've gone smaller and had good luck with plastics. Whether cutting down on them or buying the smaller sizes. I read about it here somewhere.

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    Iíve just started using the Super jigs from Midsouth tackle lately. Not sure yet if they are best but they sure are tough. Their jig heads are good too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DWILL View Post
    I will say I've gone smaller and had good luck with plastics. Whether cutting down on them or buying the smaller sizes. I read about it here somewhere.

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    works VERY well on "over" fished waters without a doubt , walked up many times to a dock full of folks all dipping big jigs and big minners and not ketch nothing and dropped a tiny 1/32 something an inch long and started hammering first drop .
    fish can be conditioned to not bite, by constantly showing them the same size bait over and over in the same spot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLine View Post
    I’ve just started using the Super jigs from Midsouth tackle lately. Not sure yet if they are best but they sure are tough. Their jig heads are good too.


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    "best" is for sure relative my friend , for me best is what ketches the heck out of them , tough is good if it ketches , having to burn thru a whole pack of baits when the bite is good is a bummer for me .
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    I never minded going through them if they were catching good-uns. I hate when they fall apart on nibblers. You would think one of us could figure a way to make them steel- belted like a radial tire. lol

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    I guess that's the price of doing business with the slab gods.lol

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    It just depends on what they want that day I think I use a lot of Bobby garland, mr crappie, southern pro. I really like slab slayers from Bobby garland but they are soft and donít last long


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