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what is the best lure for trout. I like panther martins but i want to give something else a shot?

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    Wylde Edge Outfitters are my favorite spinners, they give great action i like the dressing on the hooks, they are also made in the USA.
    That and any tiny crank bait just because they are fun to run through the local trout pond.

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  • Angler2
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    I love Panther Martin, but I also like roostertails, pink and green color combinations work best for me.

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  • JerseyJim
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    One of my favorite lures for trout is a 1" tube jig. I either let it drift, or twitch it along the bottom.

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  • zackm
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    For steelhead, my no. 1 lure is an about 2 in. storm minnow imitation in shad pattern. It almost always produces strikes for me and last year, I caught a 28 incher with it.

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  • rudyglove27
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    Regular Rebels, both jointed and solid, work well
    on trout, as does Rebel's excellent
    Ghost Minnow!!!

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  • TheFishFinder
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    roster tails that are rainbow colored

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  • jsobrien
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    The berkley trout worms in pink and the yo-zuri crstal minnows 3in. size both work wonders on trout and also bring out the big stuborn ones as well.

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  • Nic Meador
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    lucky lady artificial cheese worm, use a very small hook and two bb size split shots. tear the cheese worm in half and insert the small hook in where you tore the worm. pull the hook out on the flat side of the worm like your fishin a jig. reel slowly an twitch it across the pool any way. trout love em

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  • CavRecon
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    Rapala CD-7 Countdown in Gold

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  • catchem
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    The Fish Catcher is a great brass lure. Catches trout when nothing else does.

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  • Deb6
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    Trout magnets and berkley gulp worms on a trout magnet hook are good for stocked trout, also pins minnows work good in stocked streams as well. If you are fishin in a larger stream or river that holds bigger trout, try a lucky craft pointer american shad pattern, or a smithwick rogue in a silver pattern. Big browns wear em out.

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  • Milhouse24
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    i usually use trout magnets or yo zuri pins minnow theyre jus lk the rapalas but they have better movments and invoke strikes more often

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  • lukem
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    i drift and twitch small gulp! minnows. It avoids snags and the trout really nail em.

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  • codymeyer11
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    i like using jigs for trout, i like trout magnets and shad darts work real well also

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  • tourneyking734
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    everybody uses spinners but i really think that copper castmasters are the best lures ever for trout of all species. All you need are a few different sizes for them then hold on tight!

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