All you get is one lure.....

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Shadowcast, Sep 11, 2011.

  1. Shadowcast

    Shadowcast Ankona Sales Rep

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    Ok.....the ultimate limitation.....you get one rod, one reel, some form of braid and some form of leader....regardless of the tide, time of year, water temperature, or any other variable we can think of. You can only have one lure out on the flats to go to battle with. What is that lure? Take a pic and post it.



    Mirr-O-Lure MirroDine 17MR-50

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  2. redgheenoe

    redgheenoe Well-Known Member

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    1/8th oz jig and gulp tail
     

  3. Brett

    Brett > PRO STAFF <

    chartreuse over white clouser or bendback
    for inshore, offshore and freshwater too...

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  4. ethan.weber

    ethan.weber I Love microskiff.com!

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    white bucktail. anywhere.
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  5. mudd_minnow

    mudd_minnow BE THE LURE

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  6. iMacattack

    iMacattack busy, too busy

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  7. SilentHunter

    SilentHunter Resin Slinger

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    1/4oz white bucktail.

    will catch any fish anywhere in the world.

    ive caught fish anywhere from rock fish- sailfish on a white bucktail.

    if you cant catch a fish with a white bucktail jig.... you shouldnt fish.
     
  8. Charlie

    Charlie I Love microskiff.com!

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    Lately my choice of lure has been a DOA green mirror shrimp. I've now caught probably 50 trout on it, a 30" red, hooked three tarpon, and caught a number of things inbetween.

    My second choice would be a green and white bucktail jig! You fish it, and the fish decieded what it wants it to be!