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What do you use, if anything? I haven't ever used a trailer in creeks, and only rarely in still water. I throw Booyah's Pond Magic sb in white and chartreuse, along with the Booyah Blade 1/4oz in white and white/chartreuse. I think I have some 2" grubs in white as well as chartreuse, but for the larger baits I wonder if a 3" wouldn't be better. Thanks guys.

Andy

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Either a YUM MONEY MINNOW { SMALL SWIM BAIT ) or a 3in. or 4in. SINGLE TAIL GRUB.

Rock View Resort

Table Rock Lake

Greg Pope, Owner/Operator & Fishing Guide

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On my homemade twin spin, I prefer the 3 inch Power Grubs in pearl on the white, chartreuse, or brown bucktail twin spin. On the black twin spin, I like a 4 inch black curly tail grub of some kind. I will occasionally use any brand of 4 inch curly tail grub in pearl if I want a bit larger profile on the light colored twin spins. I usually use the same grubs on regular spinnerbaits, though I usually use the War Eagle spinnerbaits that have some strands of silicone longer than the rest of them, and on these I often don't use a trailer.

One more note...I don't thread the grub onto the hook. Instead, I nose hook it so that it hangs off the bend of the hook, and for whatever reason, the curly tail always points upward, never downward.

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