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Fall Lures - Upgrading Tackle

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Hey, I am just starting to get out fishing more as the season is coming to an end and my tackle box is getting smaller in size from losing lures.

I am going to be investing in a number of new lures and wanted to know which lures you like best or that are most effective for the fall season. I do a lot of bass fishing on smaller lakes and some pike fishing.

Any input would be appreciated.

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Large spinnerbaits(I like twin blade ones, where the blades are side by side not one infront of the other)

Jig /Pig

Rattle Traps

Shallow Cranks(Minus one, footloose)

Large plastics on a texas rig.

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Diddo and I would add a buzzbait as well. You can fish it in areas where you really couldn't all summer.

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get some "scum frogs" but get the popper version. I have have really good luck with them around weeds reeds and lily pads. Def. Need to buy some I have 5 ans they come in a variety of colors.

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Cranks!! When you get on a school they can be awesome,

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Cranks!! When you get on a school they can be awesome,

Are we talking shallow cranks or deeper?

I fish shallow cranks this time of year and it seems to work but haven't tried the deeper one.

I use a Rapala DT6 or 4 and Rapala DTfats.. they seem to work well.

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Black and yellow Mepps black fury if it has a high bullhead population, size 4 works about best. I've had some days in late fall where I'd have a strike 1 in every 3 casts on that thing.

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