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03-18-2013 08:22 PM
wetliner mostly trolling i like taildancers and live target perch also caught some fish on the sirmanski wallski whackers and shadskis last year
03-18-2013 03:47 PM
ricorth07 you should post the color and sizes of lures daily that are working, so guys like me have a better chance... it would be much appreciated, kinda like your daily blog: Marbleyezer's Marvels

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03-18-2013 03:40 PM
Marbleyezer Many I dont think theres a crank bait I dont have! Ill admit it, I have a problem lol. I use: flicker shads, shad raps, trolls-to, husky jerks, original floaters, thundersticks (all sizes, models), rebel spoonbills, jointed fastracs, and deep Wee-Rs, wally divers and minnows, hornets, got the new smash shads, bombers, river rockers, shandlings, matzuos, smithswicks, reef runners, tail dancers, x-raps, hot n tots, rattle tots, etc. etc. etc.! You name it, I probably have it (3 in each color and size!)

Lure selection (color, size, and shape/action) depends on time of year and what the fish are feeding on, what has worked well in the past few days, what body of water im on, and honeslty my mood that specific day.
03-17-2013 07:44 AM
Manxfishing
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Yes. I avoid their modification baits and fish their original series models. Rapala versus Storm models -> Storm is always as effective at 20 to 30 % less money.
BPS does have the wiggle warts for 3.29 these days
03-16-2013 09:13 PM
walleye-bum Deep huskys, reef runners, and flickershads are my go to baits. All have different times when used and colors vary.

Were smelt are main forage I really think baits with pink out perform most days.

All cranks catch fish it is just getting the cranks to the depth the fish are at.
03-16-2013 08:48 PM
bpkah216
All of Em

I do a lot of casting more than anything. Salmo hornets, storm smash, shad raps, bill Norman lures, hot n tots, and lots more . I like to try a little bit of everything.
03-16-2013 06:26 PM
rps
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You know Storm is owned by Rapala these days?
Yes. I avoid their modification baits and fish their original series models. Rapala versus Storm models -> Storm is always as effective at 20 to 30 % less money.
03-13-2013 08:18 PM
ricorth07 I saw 1 of the greatest looking lures I ever sae last night on eBay
... it was a Smithwick bo-jack, but in a rare green pumpkin color with black top... looked so dam# appealing, I wanted to eat it! I do like Smithwick, storm wiggle warts, berkley flicker shads, salmo hornets, and even had some luck w rapala jiggin raps in non ice season, too! shad raps good also
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03-13-2013 07:55 PM
tugger Storm= Made in China
03-13-2013 04:30 PM
Manxfishing
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Storm has it all. Wiggle wart, hot n tot, thundercrank, thunderstick. Cheaper than Reef runner and Rapala. More reliable.

As a side note, I was given some Sirmanski baits. They worked reallt well too.
You know Storm is owned by Rapala these days?
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