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Thread: Panfish Lures (What's worked for you)?

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    miss besty from strike king any color brim reepers are killer swimming shad thew small ones from bass pro.
    HERE FISHY FISHY

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    My favorite is about a 3/8 inch length of plastic on a small 1/64 or 1/32 shad darter jig head.

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    What does a miss besty look like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chmee213 View Post
    Genz Worm glo ice jig tipped with waxie or brine shrimp under fly strike indicator.
    Hello chmee; do you mind to expound a little on the brine shrimp? Are they fresh, frozen, dried? Where do you get them? Do they stay on the hook well?

    FYI, I'm always interested in a portable tipping bait that will keep for long periods in my tackle box; never mind all those manufactured nibbles, they just simply don't work well here where I'm at, I've had better luck tipping with small pieces of pork rind than I have crappie nibbles. Right now my #1 favorite bait for tipping is dried wax worms, in fact I just bought 250 a couple of days ago and dried them in my food dehydrator and stuck them in the freezer for later. They work just as well or better than live ones, stay on the hook better, and will keep in the tackle box.

    But you've got my curosity up about brine shrimp; do you buy them as an aquarium fish food, dried or frozen?

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    Well, sorry, I got interested in the brine shrimp and forgot to share the lures we like; Rod & reeling we use the beetle spins (generic for jig spinners, mostly the smallest ones) alot, weighted as needed, with whatever type of jig head, tube head, mini jig, color (combo of chatruese and hot pink or black generally works good), and almost always tipped with some sort of tidbit.

    But, there's not too many times that my wife or anyone else can outdo me with my fly rod; I have a bastard way of fishing with it; I use the tiniest micro jigs I can find (popeyes are excellent), tipped of course, and with floating fly line (which serves as the most sensitive strike indicator I know of). It's very effective for gills.

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    I cant believe nobody has mentioned the keystone minnow, squirrel tail jigs are good also. We catch a lot here on beetle spins, we catch a lot on flies, we catch a lot on rooster tails, we catch a lot on several things, but nothing other than live crickets compares to the keystone minnow here. There use to be a bait years ago that some of you may remember that was one of the best baits ever for gills, dont know why they discontinued it but it was called the tator bug, it really worked well. We use to fish under the trees when the gills were on bed and loved using black ants off the trees and when the willow flies hatch, hold your horses people, fish them on a light hook and have a blast.

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    They are preserved baits from Magic Baits. I got mine at Sportsman's Warehouse. They make many kinds of this type of baits. The shrimp stay on very well even with little nibblers. I have a little known place that I fish, mostly dinks including some very small bass. They hit like a train and even jumped it was a gas. I was using an 8' ultralight rod and 4# line so it was good fun.

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    Thank you chmee.

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    trout magnets i usually cut the tail off just a tiny bit and sometimes tip it with Berkeley gulp waxies man those are awesome

    also i have been fishing Berkeley fish fry with alot of success i fish both under a float just big enough to hold it up or without a float and hold the line with the tip of my finger for the really shy bites
    is that a bite...YEAH FISH DONT HAVE HANDS

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    Beetle spin for me, black and yellow

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