Your top 3 soft plastics

It all started with the plastic worm and has now mutated into a huge array of specialized offerings. Whose is the best and which one is your favorite? Come share your thoughts and opinions here.
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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby masterbass » Mon Feb 13, 2017 10:32 pm

A couple of years later and my 3 have evolved into:

GYCB senko
GYCB fat ika
z man trd

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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby TK_duluthbass » Tue Feb 14, 2017 1:47 pm

Keitech Swing impact fat
Culprit Incredi-craw
Wave worm bamboo stick

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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby gambergl1 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:00 am

Zoom trick worm
Rage bug
RI skinny dipper.

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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby FishGirl71 » Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:54 pm

I'd have to list a craw imitation as my first choice (such as a Reaction Innovations Sweet Beaver)
Senko and a small tube would be second and third… but what if they're biting a swim bait that day? And what if the only way to catch them is to Carolina Rig a brush hog? Or if swimming a grub is the key? ... :lol: I guess that's why both my boat and house are filled with all types of soft plastics, hey? You never want to be on the water and not have the right bait…. right? lol

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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby Ranger Ron 620 DVS » Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:16 am

(1. ) 4" Yamamoto Senko Green Pumpkin Purple Flake, Green Pumpkin Purple & Copper Flake, and Green Pumpkin Magic will catch bass when other lures won't, they may be the best shallow water finesse bait. Dropshotting, Splitshotting, Texas Rigging, and many other ways of rigging a Senko are just some of the ways a Senko can be rigged and fished. It has a wide range of uses and a subtle natural action. Plus many fisherman say no other stick-bait will ever out perform the Senko...


( 2. ) 3" and 4" Berkley Chigger Craws in Green Pumpkin and Pumpkin Green Fleck, used as a "Jig Trailer" to bulk up the bait, it's designed to mimic a "Crawfish". Try Rigging it on a 1/8 oz. "All Terrain Mighty Jig Head in Green Pumpkin"...


( 3. ) 4" Jackall Crosstail Shad in "Purple Smoke", Ayu and Black Winnie have great action in the water when nose hooked they are great baits for Dropshotting. Most of these baits look like do nothing baits but catch lots of bass and big bass in deep, clear water, especially on lakes where bass like to suspend...
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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby Randingo » Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:34 pm

Ranger Ron 620 DVS wrote:( 2. ) 3" and 4" Strike King Chigger Craws in Green Pumpkin and Pumpkin Green Fleck, used as a "Jig Trailer" to bulk up the bait, it's designed to mimic a "Crawfish". Try Rigging it on a 1/8 oz. "All Terrain Mighty Jig Head in Green pumpkin...


Do you mean the Berkley Chigger Craw or a Strike King... Rage Bug or something?

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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby Ranger Ron 620 DVS » Thu Apr 27, 2017 1:59 pm

Randingo wrote:
Ranger Ron 620 DVS wrote:( 2. ) 3" and 4" Strike King Chigger Craws in Green Pumpkin and Pumpkin Green Fleck, used as a "Jig Trailer" to bulk up the bait, it's designed to mimic a "Crawfish". Try Rigging it on a 1/8 oz. "All Terrain Mighty Jig Head in Green pumpkin...


Do you mean the Berkley Chigger Craw or a Strike King... Rage Bug or something?



Thanks for catching my mistake, I use both of these baits and sometimes I even hook up the wrong one onto my Football jig.

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Re: Your top 3 soft plastics

Postby slime king » Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:16 am

Senko
Hulagrub
Fat swing impact


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