Lunker City® Slug-Go®
- Effective in freshwater or saltwater
- Erratic injured baitfish action
- Entices predators
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As well, base the colors that you are using on the water situation that you are facing. If fishing in clear water, lures that have a more subtle or natural color would be great, as this will not spook fish. However, if fishing in water that may be murky or muddy, try using a lure with a lot of flash so that the lure can allow the fish to hone in on it.
I fish them with just a light off-set hook, no rigging of any kind is needed. And the lighter the line the better the action. I use the 3 and 4 inch for bass and the 3" for trout.
I've had the best luck with the rainbow,
white and black. (When you can find the black.)
Cast them out and let them sink slowly, then retreive with light taps and let them fall again. They look just like a dying bait fish and bass will kill them!
I have found that they out perform any and all other soft jerk baits and most worms.
I'm probably going to try it with fluorocarbon as well to see if I can enhance the action. I hope this helps.