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Top soft plastic of all time, what gets your vote?

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I am on the Sluggo wagon.. from the little 3-4" pink ones to the monster, double rigged 12"...pink ones..  we have even trolled tuna with them on Joe Shutes when the ballys ran out...

 

Sure... I pack white curly tails too...

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#1      Mister Twister 4" & 6" in white

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#1a      Slug-Go 7.5" & 9"

Lunker City Slug-Go | Cabela's

 

 

 

Flat out multi species killers !!

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11 hours ago, OakBluffsAngler said:

It has to be the Savage Gear Sand Eel for me - if there are stripers lurking in the Vineyard waters that I fish, this paddle tail lure draws them out. Unfortunately it work just as well on bluefish, which can be an expensive proposition given the price point. 

 

 

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That style of swim bait improved this year:)

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8 hours ago, t_man7 said:

9in Lunker City Sluggo (White & Black).

 

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Interesting.  To me it seems upside down. 

But if it works. Work it!

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If I'm only going on my perception of what I think is the most popular, sluggos. If I were to base this on my own experience, it would be another lunker city product - saltshakers...I particularly like the small 3" ones on a half ounce head. Albie Snax is also a strong contender. I used to use them for albies exclusively...but they work for everything here in NE (although I  wish bluefish would leave them alone...lol), and I've had good luck with them on snook down in FL 

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The sluggo is so versatile, it's really hard to beat.  Unweighted, on a jig head, beast hook.  All different colors and sizes for freshwater and saltwater fishing...

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