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    What's your favorite crappie jig

    I trolled this weekend with minnows and different jigs and caught (and missed a few) 30 or so specks. Minnows on red hooks seemed to do better than gold hooks and for jigs I tried several and one I had in the box but never opened was a shiny hinie. It did a lot better than any of the other jigs I used. It was a Red jig head with yellow skirt. Anyone have any types they prefer or special rigging techniques

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    I used to live on a clear sand-bottom lake outside Hawthorne and my go-to was little black beetlespins with yellow stripes.

    A little piece of bacon fat on the hook seemed to make them hold on longer. Seriously. About the size of your pinky fingernail.

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    One thing or another will always do better on any given day. I think you know that already.

    My personal favorite is a 1/8 oz. Ratltrap, tiny trap chrome w/ blue back. They kill those things.
    They actually make one with a little spinner on the back, never tried it but bet it would work well.

    Other than that its good old Hal fly jigs, roadrunners and beetle spins.
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    For trolling specks my favorite is 1/32 oz beetle spin tipped with a lip hooked minnow.
    Common sense ain't so common anymore.

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    This thread makes me miss living on that lake. Bet those suckers are going off now with the high water and this approaching front!

    I don't, however, miss the 30 minute drive each way every day.

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    Depth can be more important than color.
    "You'll get your weather"

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