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On the last two trips I tried nothing but jerkbaits and spoons. I feel like using some tubes and some other soft plastics. Is this a good idea? I'll be fishing off the dam. I have 2"-3" curly tail grubs in white, chartreuse, and pumpkin seed, Various tubes in all dark earthy colors, and some 3" bass assassin looking things with paddle tails. Also have 1/0 and 3/0 EWG hooks. Some various weighted jigs. No texas rigging weights... Any suggestions?
 

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Haha! I dont hardly ever fish there anymore since I moved to Pueblo so I would advise a 2 1/2 " tube in green pumpkin with a 1/8 oz jighead, hook exposed. Drag slowly on the bottom! ;D
 

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Of the two colors of tubes I have...one just so happens to be a green pumpkin :) Thanks!

SLAYERFISH said:
Yes, I've had very good luck chucking PM'S out there- :D
Yeah, me too, especially the yellow body red dots w/silver blade. ;D ;D ;D
 
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