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  • After alot of people helped me out, i finally decided to go ahead a buy a Rapala Husky Jerk in HJ-14. Now thats a 5 1/2 inch lur

    After alot of people helped me out, i finally decided to go ahead a buy a Rapala Husky Jerk in HJ-14. Now thats a 5 1/2 inch lure thats good for pike but is that too big for largemouth bass?

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    Tiny ultralight baits can provoke strikes when nothing else will, but if largemouth are in the mood, nothing is too big. 10-inch plastic worms catch a lot of big bass, and I've had small largemouth the same length as a stick bait try to literally destroy it.

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