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Favorite Glow Lure??

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What has been your favorite glow lure? I often have great luck with blues and reds depending on species and lake type.

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Always carry & use a mix colors/style of jigs, plastics, swim lures.

Favs:

Glow Demons for Euros/Waxies

Genz bug red glow w/ glow green Little Atomnuggies for panfish

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Genz bug blue for crappies

Angel eyes pink or chartreuse for walleye

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Glow red or green genz bugs and worms and my favorite the frosty spoons!

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Maynards red and blue hooks, and he also has some good lures that I like. He uses glass crystals which keep them glowing longer.

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custom pink demon

i love cjs jigs

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Depends what you're fishing for. I had phenomenal success fishing walleye and perch last year with glo Buckshot Rattle and glo Gypsy Jigs.

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Custom Jigs glow demon and ratso's for pannies

also Northland tackle eye dropper for eyes and bass.

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Ok I'm silly but I cant remember the name of them, I nailed walleyes and sauger's on them last year, but they are a roundish clear jig (kinda look like a slightly flattened marble)with a glow stripe on them, the blue one was awesome the chartreuse also did very well.

If anyone knows the name of these let me know please..

Thanks

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Ice...

I think what you are referring to is the glow optics lure.

Folke

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Ice...

I think what you are referring to is the glow optics lure.

Folke

We found em when we went shopping last night the name of em is tiger eye's, we got 3 more of them, I love em and so do the walleyes.

Can't wait to test out the new colors.

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Reds and greens. I haven't tried the blues but sounds like I should.

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