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Choose one Soft plastic & why?

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Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby andydejager » 04 May 2017, 16:11

If you has too choose one Plastic Bait,

What would it be and why?

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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Floatie » 04 May 2017, 16:26

I would go with a grub ;)
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby earlyworm » 04 May 2017, 16:35

Definitely a lil froggy with weedless hook setup..its versatile for most terrain setups
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby theBee » 04 May 2017, 16:46

Its got to be a senko. Its just so versatile!
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Navrik » 04 May 2017, 17:03

It sort of changed for me.

The first soft plastic I threw was a Fluke and that was my favourite until I bought my first bass boat.

After fishing with new partners, it progressed to a Grub, then it became a Fluke-Grub combination like the Ubershad and now lately the Senko has become my go-to bait.
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby bass101 » 04 May 2017, 18:21

Fighting frog with out a doubt I fish it top water and bottom
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Jim_From_Zim » 04 May 2017, 18:26

I'm not harping on sponsors here, but have you ever thrown a weightless ztoo?

Ps: my 2nd choice is a grub and a close 3rd a fighting frog
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Ninja » 04 May 2017, 19:54

Zoom Super Fluke Watermelon Seed ..... why, because you can fish it in a hundred differed ways (even sideways) and many a 4kg bass has fell for it :blue-biggrin:
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Navrik » 05 May 2017, 08:37

Jim_From_Zim wrote:I'm not harping on sponsors here, but have you ever thrown a weightless ztoo?


Yes
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby andydejager » 05 May 2017, 08:38

4" Senko for me. Probably the most versatile bait around. Can be fished around any structure and on most rigs.
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby andydejager » 05 May 2017, 08:40

bass101 wrote:Fighting frog with out a doubt I fish it top water and bottom


I've actually never tried it weightless. Will definitely give this a try.

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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Jim_From_Zim » 05 May 2017, 09:02

@ nav - :eusa_dance: :eusa_clap:

I'll let the secret out the bag for a weightless Ztoo... Use it as a top water instead of a spook. If the water is like glass with no ripples, toss out the Ztoo and walk the dog with it like you do on a spook.
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Navrik » 05 May 2017, 10:30

I have also thrown it on a "moertjie rig" aka small shiny nut hanging on the bottom of the hook like a CBC rig with a slightly heavier Mustad hook for neutral buoyancy.

Gave me this fish at Bulshoek fishing with my good pall Plasticman.
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Jim_From_Zim » 05 May 2017, 10:56

With that smooth water, you should have thrown it as a top water.
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Re: Choose one Soft plastic & why?

Postby Riprap » 05 May 2017, 12:29

Without a doubt, BBB triple tail minnow, Eufaula.
Weightless, splitshot, texas, cbc, mojo, dropshot..........
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