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Lets Play Tackle Box !

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Its that time of year to load up the tackle box and tell the wife that you need some extra spending cash. What are the top ten lures to use during the late fall-full moon night bite? Dynamite doesnt count! frown.gif

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black buzzbait

jignpig

t rigged worm

senko

carolina rig

drop shot

shallow crankbait

deep crank

spinnerbait

stupid rig

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that looks like it covers it... :-)

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If you're going in October it will probably be a better stick bait bite than a shad bite, but don't leave the shad baits at home. #12 Husky Jerks and Rogues are a couple of the must-haves. Firetiger is a must-have, perch and chrome blue should be must-haves too. At times baits like silver/black or dark baits like gold/black will really do well. There were some posts on this not long ago, search back a ways and there should be some good info. And like Paul said in another thread, look back to the posts from this time last year.

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