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    Alrighty all you professional tackle collectors. I am getting ready to place my first ever order from Tackle Warehouse and would like some suggestions. I will be fishing the Potomoc, LKA, and the Shenandoah. SO throw me some suggestions on what to order Im gonna start with placing a 100$ order helpful suggestions would be great thanks

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    Frogs (thats all i would order) Chatterbait, spinnerbait, lipless crank, a good investment is a kvd sexy shad kit, and worms like senkos, dingers, and zoom trick worms with the hooks and jig heads to go with worms. That would spend 100 pretty quick. By all means I'm no professional...unless you need windows.

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    get a couple frogs,some plastics,and some spinners...dont forget about your term tackle,hooks,weights,etc

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    On the river...frogs spinnerbaits..rattletraps. chatterbaits. 1minus. Jigs .plastic. etc etc. For anna.. just get a fairy wand and a few bags of shaky heads...
    Mike c

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    Lol awesome responses I was thinking the same things thanks for the replies......g3mike does TW sell the fairy wands????

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    Striper is the resident fairy, you might want to check with him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Striper View Post
    Lol thanks but what's a fairy wand?
    Spinny Pole. You will need some pixy dust for the shakeyheads....
    cheers,
    Steve

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    Agree with all mentioned.

    For Potomac, you may want to specifically order some Red, Red Eye Shads in 1/2 oz. A couple of Sexy Shad colors also. I would use braided line of at least 30 lb. There are many brands but Power Pro is good. A few shallow cranks as well. For Anna, jerkbaits, spinnerbaits, and plastics. Doah, small red and brown cranks, and Red Eye Shads, and 4 inch tubes and lizards. All this if for Spring only. Summer is another story, lol.
    Rob
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    I looked at the KVD sexy shad kit 59.99 at BPS, Im debating on adding that to the shopping cart what yall think?

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