I utilize to utilize a little appeal called a Kelly's Striper. It is a lure that a close friend and I both used and also have actually captured numerous bass on throughout the years. Several of these bass were large, 7, 8, and 9 pounds. Jim, my buddy captured the 9 pounder on one, this remains in Ohio by the way. They were a great little appeal and all of an abrupt I quit using it. I spoke with other anglers concerning it and also one claimed he shed a huge bass on one and it bent the hook so I quit using the Kelly's Striper. Besides, it was already rigged with hooks in it as well as no pro would certainly use anything like that lure.
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Right here is my factor with every one of this, if the lure apprehended bass for you, why aren't you using it? Simply due to the fact that it is old does not indicate that appeal that relied on to be your favorite still doesn't catch bass. It caught bass for you all those years you utilized it. As well as really? Really? Are the new appeals any far better or are they just newer? Do they really catch more bass? I doubt it! If they do it is possibly since you are fishing them even more compared to your old lure. That old lure was great in it's time, wasn't it? Well, presume exactly what? It is still a great lure and still captures bass.