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Husky jerks/X-raps for stream browns

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I need to rekindle my stream fishing this year and having luck with bass in the past with suspending cranks such as Husky Jerks and X-raps I'm thinking they should work for bigger brown trout in streams. Anyone had luck with these? Any particular colors producing better than others? Thanks, later.

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I have has some sucess on X-raps, usually in bright colors. I caught my Largest Brown off of a smallish chartrause colored one.

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most definetly. They wil hit hard on the pause after a little twitch. They love them, My first bait on opener will be a purple perch glass husky jerk. Last year, Sunday of opener weekend, I caught and released a 28" male brown w/ a wicked chinhook. Beautiful fish... cool.gif

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Sweet! Thanks guys, what sizes have been best? I'm thinking the #6 or 8 husky jerk or #8 Xrap? I've got the trout fever now, hankering for warm weather and mosquitoes! Haven't prowled the stream side jungle in a while, need to do some catching up.

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I have caught large sized rainbows on in-land lakes with blaze orange and gold bottomed original floating rapalas. we cranked them really slow just rippling the water surface. The fish would follow like a muskie then slowly grab it. They seemed uninterested in all other prestations.

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