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Old 08-03-09, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default Best all around lure!!!

I have found myself fishing this lure almost exclusively this year! I have only two rods on the deck, one with the bait weightless and one weighted rigged texas style! It can be fished anywhere in the water column. Fish it like a frog, like a buzzbait, like a spinnerbait! like a jig or a swimjig!

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It's the Creature X by Verticle Lures. I get them from Tackle warehouse!

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Looks pretty cool! I dunno if it's an answer to all you lure needs, but looks good!

lol wtl, I gotta make one of those!
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Old 08-03-09, 06:44 PM   #5
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Looks pretty cool! I dunno if it's an answer to all you lure needs, but looks good!

lol wtl, I gotta make one of those!
I agree, probably should have titled it differently, Lets say:

a plastic that can be used in many ways!!

I used to fish a Brush hawg a lot, but these have all but replaced them. Those front legs swim like a mad man on very little movement and create quite a commotion on the top when buzzed! Plus, they are just a little bit shorter than a Brush Hawg!
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I have thrown then and agree that they are quite versatile. I prefer the Yamamoto Kreature myself. I like them because you can rig them facing foward or backwards to change presentation.
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I agree, probably should have titled it differently, Lets say:

a plastic that can be used in many ways!!

I used to fish a Brush hawg a lot, but these have all but replaced them. Those front legs swim like a mad man on very little movement and create quite a commotion on the top when buzzed! Plus, they are just a little bit shorter than a Brush Hawg!
Ya, It would probably make a great buzz frog! I'll try it out some time!
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A 6" plastic worm, Texas rigged with a 1/8 OZ bullet weight is my favorite all-around bait.

Second would be a PB & J colored 1/2 OZ jig.
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