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csimone

Hot plastics?

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hello all.

just visiting from CT.

got a question for all the bass guys.

what the Hot plastics you guys are catching fish with in MINN.?

thanks for your time.

Chris

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you never know till you get out there

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The Mister Twister Exude Comidas have been hot for me lately...

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An excellent option that can be used in a variety of conditions and rigged in numerous different ways.

Here's more info on the Comida... CLICK - HERE

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csimone - A new favorite this year and I have good success usingis the Lake Fork HawgCraw in any color.

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thanks for the info guys.

I'm mainley a smallie fisherman, and figured if there would be a new lure or tactic it would come from your fishermen.

if anyone is ever in CT look me up on ctfisherman i'll help out with any info i can give.,

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Senko's for the smallies on Vermillion and the Mississippi River.

Tubes always work well and I have had great success with the x-raps in perch

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