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bassNspear

Comida

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I was out on Sunday, and was not having any luck at all with what i was using. I went to a few docks, and started to get some fish on Mr. Twister Comida, the bass was just smoking everyone of them. After that, i pushed back and fish some deep water with finess worms by Mr. Twister as well. Man, i am starting to really fall in love with these baits.

Anyone else using them or starting to use them?

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I think he means, what were you throwing at them that didnt work, before you through what did work.

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I was out on Sunday, and was not having any luck at all with what i was using. I went to a few docks, and started to get some fish on Mr. Twister Comida, the bass was just smoking everyone of them

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thats what im talking about sled. I love these baits. I have had great luck with them over and over again. There is alot of different baits by Mr. Twister that are really good, but man its tough to beat these, and the price.

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But you still didn't answer his question, what were you using before you made the switch?

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B & S any spanish vocublary? Ya know what comida means? may not be same spelling ,Look it up,Thats why it works so well.

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I can answer that Sled.. no he isn't.. I am, and know everybody who is(in MN)...

I can however say that the lure is less expensive as many other similar lures, and from my own opinion, seem more durable. M.T. is not a sponsor of FM, but has in the past. They are a great company, and I as a sponsored angler, have a ton of confidence in their lures!

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I assume you guys fish these weightless like a Senko?? Also what colors do you usually use? I have some Grape / Purple ones and I haven't had much action. Thanks in advance.

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I rig them a lot of different ways.. Jig worm, weightless, carolina rig are what I use them the most for. I primarily use 3 colors a lot. JuneBug, Watermellonseed red flake, and plum.

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CrappieNeyes... The purple ones are horrible, horrible I tell you please send them to me so I can properly dispose of them! ;-)

Deitz How is a Comida/Senko rigged jigworm style? do you have a pic or jig head recomendation?

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Jig worm is just a jig head, I like the money jig by OutKast tackle. But there are other good ones on the market as well. Mushroom heads work well. Fish it on an exposed hook. Or you can rig it on a shakey head and bury the hook in the plastic and make it weedless.

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I'm getting a good chuckle out of this topic! smile If I can clarify.... Bass N Spear in your initial post you made you said "I was out on Sunday, and was not having any luck at all with what i was using." All that SledNeck wanted to know was what Bass N Spear was using that he was not having any luck with. Before switching to Comidas were you throwing Cranks, Jigs...etc...

13 posts and there is still no answer to the question.

Just goes to show it's hard to communicate with a computer sometimes as I struggle a lot myself. smile

TODDY

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Sorry been off the net all day.

I was using tube texas rigged, and then switch over to a jig. Didnt have any luck at all on ither one, so switched to MT and was doing great.

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So, basically you switched to a soft stickbait and had better luck? wink

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