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Old 01-30-2011, 08:38 PM   #1
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Default Favorite Inshore Hard Plastic Lure??

I was just wondering what yall's favorite hard plastic lures were for reds and specks on the 1-5 foot of water, and then the favorite for 6-12 feet of water. I've always had success with live bait and soft plastics, but i prefer hard plastics from bass fishin. I just haven't found one that constantly produces yet. Any feedback would be much appreciated!!!!
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MirroDine.

That is one more Bad Dude. Color doesn't seem to matter.
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[QUOTE=Garbo;618427]MirroDine.

X2! That and a skitterwalk!
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X-rap or yo-zuri crystal minnow, 4inch size
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Mirrodine... Hands down the best hard bait going!!
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Thanks for all the replies!! I'll have to definitely give those a try. any more suggestions?? and what is the best way to work them?
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Rattle trap- red head/white body. You can get them at academy
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  • Any shad or white color is best
  • Fish on submerged humps, ledges, and roadbeds
  • Best during summer fishing months
  • Use 10 to 12 lb flouracarbon line
  • Make long casts to achieve maximum depth
  • I use Norman DD-22 and Rapala DT-16
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what about crankbaits like bandit and strike king that are made for bass, do they work good on redfish too?
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xrap 4 inch
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