Best lure for bass now?

Lovefish_127

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I was wondering what kind of lure I should use right now. I have always used senko's but bass are not coming.
 

Lovefish_127

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Anyone know what colours are good? (Natural colors, bright, dark)
 

Magnus_Bane

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Personally I like to use large soft bodied worm like jigs with a twister tail, something roughly a foot in length works best for me. As for color I tend to get better results with dark purple to almost black.
 
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Itsadeepbluesea

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I have always found this to work well:
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It is my "if I don't catch anything on this lure, then there is nothing to catch lure".
 

pelleeklund

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I’ve tried to downsize my tackle box as much as possible, just the hits. This all will probably vary depending on where you live (prespawn/spawn/post spawn) and the water conditions, but my top five are jitterbug, small natural colored crankbaits, Texas rugged worms/creatures, top water popper, and those mepps blades guys. If I can’t get a hit on any of that, I’m usually good for the time being.
 

Itsadeepbluesea

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I’ve tried to downsize my tackle box as much as possible, just the hits. This all will probably vary depending on where you live (prespawn/spawn/post spawn) and the water conditions, but my top five are jitterbug, small natural colored crankbaits, Texas rugged worms/creatures, top water popper, and those mepps blades guys. If I can’t get a hit on any of that, I’m usually good for the time being.
How do you use your jitterbug? I love top water bass fishing, and heard jitterbugs were good, but never had much luck with them.
 
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