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Thread: What is your favorite lure from the past?

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    They were and still are some great action lures Squire, glad they hold some good memories for you!

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    The Rebel Pop-R and the Mepps Black Fury

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    I have three as well. The strike king 1/2 pro glow spinner bait is my all time favorite, closely followed by the original Crome plated 1/2 oz silver buddy. Third was a Rico I bought in 94 for 45.00. That was a real big bass getter. There was something about that one Rico that for whatever reason attracted big bass.
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    I don't have any old lures around. Everything I fished in my teens is pretty much still around and I fish today except for a few lures. The first lure I used all the time was the Rebel Crickhopper for bluegill and tiny bass. The old Culprit worm is still a producer too. I once bought a cheap unpackaged generic buzzbait at GreenTop and slayed em one day near Williams Landing. I wish I had it back.
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    the old Wiggle Warts

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    Johnson spoon. That bad boy will still catchem

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    Creme worms that came in a package with 2 hooks pre-rigged and a little spinner on the nose. Slayed them in my grandfathers farm ponds....I got really good at making up my own version because they got torn up so quickly. Later, the Meps Minnow was my go to lure on Burke Lake, the large one, for Muskie
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    Steve

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