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  • What are the 5 must haves in every bass tackle box?

    What are the 5 must haves in every bass tackle box?

  • #2
    1. Soft Plastics
    2. Rapala Minnow
    3. Spinnerbait
    4. Top Water Plug (Torpedo, Hula Popper, Jitterbug, etc)
    5. Assorted Hooks and sinkers

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    • #3
      I agree with jason hart, but heres what i would say.

      1.Soft plastics
      2.Jigs
      3.Spinnerbaits
      4.Crankbaits
      5.Topwaters

      And of course, you must have hooks and sinkers too, but as for lures, thats what i would say

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      • #4
        #1, I would start with safty things such as a bottle of new skin or bandaids. #2, A tool of some kind to remove hooks that the fish have swallowed such as needle nose pliers. #3, Reel oil. #4, A small honing stone to sharpen hooks. #5, A measuring device like a tape measure to make sure the fish were legal. Then I would fill the box with the normal bullits (lures) that I intended to shoot at the fish on any given trip.

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        • #5
          1- Topwaters. Hollow bodied frogs, buzzbaits, a spook type bait, poppers
          2- Craw imitators. Jigs and soft plastic craws.
          3- spinnerbaits
          4- carolina rig
          5- crankbaits.

          Actually the above list leaves out jerkbaits and flukes plus a whole host of useful soft plastics.

          But if any one thing were indispensable I suppose needle nose pliers would get my vote.

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          • #6
            1. Pair of Needle nose pliers
            2. Extra spool of line (using a baitcaster you never know when you will need it!)
            3. Topwater -Buzzbait
            4. Medium Diving Crankbait
            5. Your favorite plastics

            If you would have said 6 items I would definitely have (I use an Altoid Mints container full of hooks, clips, weights etc.)

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            • #7
              1. tiny torpedo
              2. spinner bait
              3. plastic worm
              4. jerk bait
              5. a stick of dynamite in case they aint biting LOL

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              • #8
                Oh come on I was just kidding man?

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                • #9
                  1 lots of different plastics
                  2 topwaters that make a ton of noise
                  3 crankbaits both lipless and non
                  4 finese baits
                  5 double bladed spinnerbaits

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                  • #10
                    SANTA IS RIGHT ON THE MONEY, YOU NEED ALL THOSE THINGS FIRST BEFORE YOU WET A LINE. AND AT LEAST 2 PAIRS OF TOENAIL CLIPPERS TO CUT LINE. AS FAR AS BAITS
                    WELL HERE IS 5 (GO TO WAL-MART IN THE CHEAP SECTION A $10 BAIT ONLY CATCHES MORE FISHERMEN THAN FISH)KEEP IT SIMPLE STARTING OUT.
                    1. POP-R TOPWATER IN CROME WITH BLACK BACK
                    2. SHAD-RAP #5 OR 7 IN WHITE WITH BLACK BACK
                    3. 3/8 ONCE WHITE SPINNERBAIT WITH CROME BLADES
                    4. 3/8 ONCE CHARTRUES SPINNERBAIT WITH BRASS BLADES
                    5. BAG OF 3/16ONCE BULLET SINKERS
                    6. BAG OF 3 ot WIDE GAP WORM HOOKS
                    7. BAG OF CRAWWORMS IN BLACK WITH BLUE CLAWS
                    8. BAG OF PUMKINSEED TUBES 4 INCH
                    9. BAG OF PUMKINSEED LIZARDS
                    10. BAG OF REDSHAD CULPRIT WORMS.

                    THATS A START AND IF YOU WATCH ALOT OF TOURNIMNET FISHING ON TV OR BEEN TO THE WEIGHINS AND LOOK AT THE PROS BOATS TO SEE WHAT THEY HAVE TIED ON THEN YOU WOULD SEE ABOUT ALL OF THE ABOVE BAITS IN SOME FORM.

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                    • #11
                      The Number one lure to catch any bass is a jig with a curly tail. A top water lure like a jitterbug or Bassereno will cover all your bass fishing needs. The less the better.

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                      • #12
                        I get most of my fish on hula poppers, power bait, rooster tails, fake lizards, and the best is a minnow on a weedless hook tossed into thick week cover!

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