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Trout Fishing

The best lure for trout

Uploaded on February 07, 2009

I want to hear some opinions on what the best lures for trout are. I personally like panther martins and rapalas. With spring coming up i want to be prepared to catch some bruisers. So let's hear it. I want to hear some good stuff. thanks

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from Charley wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

I think that I have caught more trout on panther martins and rapalas than any other lures, but I can throw out some more ideas.
Flat fish
Kastmaster
Wedding ring
Wooly bugger under a bubble

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from lilley wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

A marabou jig. Learn how to work a jig and you'll catch more fish and love doing it!!

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from gossy42 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

When I was using alot of lures I seemed to have my best luck on Panther Martins....Joe Fly spinner. I have also had some luck on a marabou jig. The good ole rooster tail probably has accounted for more trout than any. (just a guess)

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from hunt_fish_sleep wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Jake's Lures, Kastmaster, Krocodile, Panther Martin, Mepp's, Daredeville, Johnson's Silver Minnow.

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from Alex Pernice th... wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Flys, learn to Flyfish.

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from Len Harris wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

panther martins and mepps xds.
Use big sizes.
Big trout like big lures.

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from TheEasternShore... wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

I like mepps and using a small worm fly as a trailer fly really cool.

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from peter wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

panther martins and rapalas are great but i LOVE "TROUT MAGNETS" JIGS

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from Wally Beevers wrote 5 years 7 weeks ago

Make my own Panther Martin design spinners and they are my #1 producer. Another that I like not mentioned above is a jig-blade combo called a "Road Runner" with black maribou tied on. I also like a spoon like lure called a "Flutter Bug" but they've been a little hard to find.

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from tourneyking734 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

i use daredevles, little cleos, and for big trout ive used rapala husky jerks

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from JeremyFedyk wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

HotSpot Apex.
As long as it has some silver on it, it will produce. The green and silver and the blue and silver ones do work better. The old fishermens mantra of bigger lure equals bigger fish is definatly true. We run ours twenty to thirty feet deep on downriggers, with between fifty and one hundred feet of line before clipping onto the downrigger quick release. Also we use anything with silver on it that is about minnow sized.
Hope this helps

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from jrr1 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

If I am not flyfishing for trout I use a 3" trout worm, pink or orange in color, hooked right in the middle, wacky style. I will use a small weight about 8" above the hook.

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from jmcctheboss23 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

trout magnets, a few days ago a took a ride down to my local trout hole and was fly casting to trout that just would not hit on anything due to muddy water as the guy nest to me caught them cast after cast (at least a dozen nice 'bows and browns) i asked him what he was using and he said it was a trout magnet in white so i tied one on and boom i caught 16 trout in just over an hour.

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from Ozarktroutfisher wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Mepp's size 00 Aglia. Absolutely the best trout lure in existance in my opinion.

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from Ozarktroutfisher wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

In my opinion size 00 Mepp's Aglias. They work like a charm on both stocked and wild trout, but particularly well on wild trout in small streams.

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from Ozarktroutfisher wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

In my opinion size 00 Mepp's Aglias. They work like a charm on both stocked and wild trout, but particularly well on wild trout in small streams.

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from AlaskanPride wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

Omg...last summer I found the wonders of trolling with Kwikfish. I only have two Kwikfish lures, but they both produce when nothing works for me. Any sort of Mepp's/Vibrax style spinners work as well. Of course with any of these, you can choose lures according to size.

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from buckeye wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

I like little cloes and panther martins

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from timothyfaw wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

worms thats what i been catching them on

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from cookie22 wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

I love to use mepps #1 agailas they spin so effortlessly in streams and rivers. Another good lure to use is the trout magnet its a small jig the really hammers the trout.

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from peter wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

panther martens and rapalas are great. BUT TROUT MAGENETS ARE THE BEST THING FOR TROUT AND OTHER FISH

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from catchem wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

"The Fish Catcher" (www.thefishcatcher.com) catches trout when nothing else does.

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from Buffryan wrote 5 years 16 hours ago

I would also have to go with trout mags. and foofoo jigs under pencil floats

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from Berkley wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

Most people here ( Kentucky ) use corn. There is the myth that corn will kill them, but it doesn't as studies done in PA have shown. It isn't a good feed for them because they do not grow as well on it, but they do not die from it.

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from Rem700-06 wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

Phoebe's: Gold or Silver preferably, with a fast retrieve has brought me the best luck.

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from jtboles wrote 4 years 36 weeks ago

The most effective way to catch trout that i've found is gold any thing gold whether it be a rapala, a tazmanian devil, a spinner, spoons, jakes lures, or kastmasters

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from ebunyar wrote 4 years 12 weeks ago

the best trout lure by far is the matzuo nano minnow in the 1/8 1 1/2" size in black/gold, black/silver, and white satin. Try them and you wont be dissappionted. Trout absolutely hammer them.

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from rocky d bashaw wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

i catch sand trout and specks on bass assasins in galveston bay/gulf of mexico.

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from Jasonn wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I prefer using ultralight to light action rods for casting for trout and that lets me use smaller then normal lures. I know most pros suggest going larger, I'm different in my thinking as I prefer to use smaller lures. My favorites are small spoons like the Len Thompson in chrome plated models, Krocs in rainbow colours and the Rooster Tail spinner in black and rainbow. It all depends on where and how I'm fishing too. In the rivers I like the spinners but the blades aren't as reliable and the spoons allow me to fish a little deeper in current. In small lakes I'll usually toss a spoon, though my best day fishing ever both myself and my friend were using rainbow coloured Roosters. I generally prefer the spoons because they are great for covering alot of water and are very simple. I usually use larger lures for different fish like pike and walleye, and have a box full of them. But some days tying on a spoon just seems like the right thing to do for them too.

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from Asehi355 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

about a thumb length to 3 inch suspending jerkbait anywhere from a light green to a black back white belly. i sware,to trout, this is like crack-cocain.

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from SierraPeaks wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

If you're trolling, you can't go wrong with a flatfish or a rainbow spoon. If you're stream or river fishing, my top picks are Panther Martin, Kastmaster, or Mepps Spinner.

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from fisherman14 wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

Streams: I prefer a Mepps Algia, Rooster tail and Panther martin.

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from REV wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

JAKES spin-a-lure (gold & red spotted (we call it the gutter strap)

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from babsfish4life wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

I love silver Panther Martins, if I was rich I would probably fish with rapalas in trout colors all the time but I hate to snag a $5 lure.

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from hoodd wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

I always have good luck with black panther martins, brass and silver pheobes

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from Donkeylegjohnson wrote 4 years 4 weeks ago

I buy handmade spinners from the outdoor show every year which look idenical to Mepps for a fraction of the price. Otherwise
Blue Fox
Panther Martin
and yes even small trout will bite big lures .

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from hunt and fish wrote 4 years 3 weeks ago

for rainbows i like panther martins and for browns i like a size 11 or 13 original rapala.

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from woodsmanj35 wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

A yellow worm with the curly little tail that spins always works for me.

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from Mahaseer wrote 3 years 42 weeks ago

Pcolas Niti-1, made in St. Michael, Pennsylvania... 2-inch nickel, brass or black.

And now that I've told you, I'm gonna have to kill you.

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from cliff61 wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

I live in southwest virginia, and the best lure I have ever used has been luhr-jensen's "super duper"! And boy let me tell ya, they are simply fantastic! For creeks, ponds, lakes, it doesn't matter. When the trout aren't biting bait, and this includes the ole stand-by nightcrawler, the super-duper gets the job done! If they ain't hitting the ole super-duper, you can just go on home. I have tried many lures, to include the panther martin, rooster-tail, little cleo's, and even flies, and yet the super-duper outperforms themall here where I fish. THe best colors to use are hot pink, black with the red eye dot, and the gold prism with a red eye dot. All the other lures, except the flies, I am yet to get a strike on. Super-Dupers are my best friend when trout fishing period!

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from scrawford8872 wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

Trout magnets (All colors)

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from nigins wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

For trout in lakes and reservoirs, my go to bait are blue fox spinners with flies tied off the back of it like a trailer.

For trout in streams: fly fishing with stimulatorss and caddis flies. Spin fish with rapalas.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago

My two bits...a jig. I am tying up some of my streamers for fly fishing on jig hooks to create the jig action...no doubt about it, the jig action is a fish getter. The falling action especially triggers the strike. I would guess more fish have been caught on a jig than any other lure. Works in the saltwater, freshwater, where ever fish swim.

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from Badgerfan16 wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago

Panther Martins and Rebel Crawfish

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from coreyrhymer wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago

I would love to know the best lure/bait for trout as well? My question is for trout which have been introduced to lakes, Rainbows especially. There is a lake here in the outskirts of the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, which has Rainbows(non-natural) in the lake. During this past winter, I have fished this lake, and only caught on trout. My fishing buddy and I would see many, but we could never seem to land any. The one I could was on a jig with euro-larva, they all seemed interested then would dart off at the last second. Any ideas or thoughts. Thanks all!

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from KALEB THE FISH ... wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

i like gold pheobe's in the smallest size and gold cleo's in the smallest size as well and rapala original black and white f7 is great too

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from Sayfu wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

When you pose that question, you are eliminating the human element of the skill of the angler. An angler can go days without catching anything on a lure, and the next guy can not keep the fish off using that lure. Like I tell kids at school..."You go fishing...I go catching."

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from rockstar1226 wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

i have used most of the lures listed by the others. have had good success with most. like rappys,kast master ,panther martins. but my favorite hands down, is the cp swing. i like the lager sizes ,like 4 and 5. they sink deeper, and are more visible. i've caught 2 trophy palimino in the last 3 years,after trying for 20 years for a trophy trout. i've out fished everyone on the creek lots of days. but have never been lucky enough to land a big one.
now i see the big ones and actually catch them, plus out fish everyone.
i actually hand them out to people,when i'm holding good. plus i show them how to manipulate the lure.
it doesn't kill it everyday, but most days it does. you know how funny trout can be.
sometimes ,meal worms or powerbait work great.
but i'm just not a bait guy.

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from Paul Lieb wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

I use a lot of different lures but my trick is using bullet bobbers to reach places that others can't and keep my lure where I want longer. Bullet bobbers are mini planer boards that plane left or right and flip direction when given a little pop.

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from Charley wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

I think that I have caught more trout on panther martins and rapalas than any other lures, but I can throw out some more ideas.
Flat fish
Kastmaster
Wedding ring
Wooly bugger under a bubble

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from peter wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

panther martins and rapalas are great but i LOVE "TROUT MAGNETS" JIGS

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from lilley wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

A marabou jig. Learn how to work a jig and you'll catch more fish and love doing it!!

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from gossy42 wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

When I was using alot of lures I seemed to have my best luck on Panther Martins....Joe Fly spinner. I have also had some luck on a marabou jig. The good ole rooster tail probably has accounted for more trout than any. (just a guess)

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from Len Harris wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

panther martins and mepps xds.
Use big sizes.
Big trout like big lures.

+1 Good Comment? | | Report
from TheEasternShore... wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

I like mepps and using a small worm fly as a trailer fly really cool.

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from jmcctheboss23 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

trout magnets, a few days ago a took a ride down to my local trout hole and was fly casting to trout that just would not hit on anything due to muddy water as the guy nest to me caught them cast after cast (at least a dozen nice 'bows and browns) i asked him what he was using and he said it was a trout magnet in white so i tied one on and boom i caught 16 trout in just over an hour.

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from AlaskanPride wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

Omg...last summer I found the wonders of trolling with Kwikfish. I only have two Kwikfish lures, but they both produce when nothing works for me. Any sort of Mepp's/Vibrax style spinners work as well. Of course with any of these, you can choose lures according to size.

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from cookie22 wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

I love to use mepps #1 agailas they spin so effortlessly in streams and rivers. Another good lure to use is the trout magnet its a small jig the really hammers the trout.

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from Rem700-06 wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

Phoebe's: Gold or Silver preferably, with a fast retrieve has brought me the best luck.

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from Mahaseer wrote 3 years 42 weeks ago

Pcolas Niti-1, made in St. Michael, Pennsylvania... 2-inch nickel, brass or black.

And now that I've told you, I'm gonna have to kill you.

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from hunt_fish_sleep wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Jake's Lures, Kastmaster, Krocodile, Panther Martin, Mepp's, Daredeville, Johnson's Silver Minnow.

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from Wally Beevers wrote 5 years 7 weeks ago

Make my own Panther Martin design spinners and they are my #1 producer. Another that I like not mentioned above is a jig-blade combo called a "Road Runner" with black maribou tied on. I also like a spoon like lure called a "Flutter Bug" but they've been a little hard to find.

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from tourneyking734 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

i use daredevles, little cleos, and for big trout ive used rapala husky jerks

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from JeremyFedyk wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

HotSpot Apex.
As long as it has some silver on it, it will produce. The green and silver and the blue and silver ones do work better. The old fishermens mantra of bigger lure equals bigger fish is definatly true. We run ours twenty to thirty feet deep on downriggers, with between fifty and one hundred feet of line before clipping onto the downrigger quick release. Also we use anything with silver on it that is about minnow sized.
Hope this helps

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from jrr1 wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

If I am not flyfishing for trout I use a 3" trout worm, pink or orange in color, hooked right in the middle, wacky style. I will use a small weight about 8" above the hook.

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from buckeye wrote 5 years 5 weeks ago

I like little cloes and panther martins

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from timothyfaw wrote 5 years 3 weeks ago

worms thats what i been catching them on

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from peter wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

panther martens and rapalas are great. BUT TROUT MAGENETS ARE THE BEST THING FOR TROUT AND OTHER FISH

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from catchem wrote 5 years 2 weeks ago

"The Fish Catcher" (www.thefishcatcher.com) catches trout when nothing else does.

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from Buffryan wrote 5 years 16 hours ago

I would also have to go with trout mags. and foofoo jigs under pencil floats

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from Berkley wrote 4 years 51 weeks ago

Most people here ( Kentucky ) use corn. There is the myth that corn will kill them, but it doesn't as studies done in PA have shown. It isn't a good feed for them because they do not grow as well on it, but they do not die from it.

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from jtboles wrote 4 years 36 weeks ago

The most effective way to catch trout that i've found is gold any thing gold whether it be a rapala, a tazmanian devil, a spinner, spoons, jakes lures, or kastmasters

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from ebunyar wrote 4 years 12 weeks ago

the best trout lure by far is the matzuo nano minnow in the 1/8 1 1/2" size in black/gold, black/silver, and white satin. Try them and you wont be dissappionted. Trout absolutely hammer them.

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from rocky d bashaw wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

i catch sand trout and specks on bass assasins in galveston bay/gulf of mexico.

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from Jasonn wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

I prefer using ultralight to light action rods for casting for trout and that lets me use smaller then normal lures. I know most pros suggest going larger, I'm different in my thinking as I prefer to use smaller lures. My favorites are small spoons like the Len Thompson in chrome plated models, Krocs in rainbow colours and the Rooster Tail spinner in black and rainbow. It all depends on where and how I'm fishing too. In the rivers I like the spinners but the blades aren't as reliable and the spoons allow me to fish a little deeper in current. In small lakes I'll usually toss a spoon, though my best day fishing ever both myself and my friend were using rainbow coloured Roosters. I generally prefer the spoons because they are great for covering alot of water and are very simple. I usually use larger lures for different fish like pike and walleye, and have a box full of them. But some days tying on a spoon just seems like the right thing to do for them too.

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from Asehi355 wrote 4 years 9 weeks ago

about a thumb length to 3 inch suspending jerkbait anywhere from a light green to a black back white belly. i sware,to trout, this is like crack-cocain.

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from SierraPeaks wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

If you're trolling, you can't go wrong with a flatfish or a rainbow spoon. If you're stream or river fishing, my top picks are Panther Martin, Kastmaster, or Mepps Spinner.

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from fisherman14 wrote 4 years 8 weeks ago

Streams: I prefer a Mepps Algia, Rooster tail and Panther martin.

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from REV wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

JAKES spin-a-lure (gold & red spotted (we call it the gutter strap)

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from babsfish4life wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

I love silver Panther Martins, if I was rich I would probably fish with rapalas in trout colors all the time but I hate to snag a $5 lure.

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from hoodd wrote 4 years 5 weeks ago

I always have good luck with black panther martins, brass and silver pheobes

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from Donkeylegjohnson wrote 4 years 4 weeks ago

I buy handmade spinners from the outdoor show every year which look idenical to Mepps for a fraction of the price. Otherwise
Blue Fox
Panther Martin
and yes even small trout will bite big lures .

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from hunt and fish wrote 4 years 3 weeks ago

for rainbows i like panther martins and for browns i like a size 11 or 13 original rapala.

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from woodsmanj35 wrote 3 years 43 weeks ago

A yellow worm with the curly little tail that spins always works for me.

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from cliff61 wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

I live in southwest virginia, and the best lure I have ever used has been luhr-jensen's "super duper"! And boy let me tell ya, they are simply fantastic! For creeks, ponds, lakes, it doesn't matter. When the trout aren't biting bait, and this includes the ole stand-by nightcrawler, the super-duper gets the job done! If they ain't hitting the ole super-duper, you can just go on home. I have tried many lures, to include the panther martin, rooster-tail, little cleo's, and even flies, and yet the super-duper outperforms themall here where I fish. THe best colors to use are hot pink, black with the red eye dot, and the gold prism with a red eye dot. All the other lures, except the flies, I am yet to get a strike on. Super-Dupers are my best friend when trout fishing period!

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from scrawford8872 wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

Trout magnets (All colors)

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from nigins wrote 3 years 7 weeks ago

For trout in lakes and reservoirs, my go to bait are blue fox spinners with flies tied off the back of it like a trailer.

For trout in streams: fly fishing with stimulatorss and caddis flies. Spin fish with rapalas.

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from Sayfu wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago

My two bits...a jig. I am tying up some of my streamers for fly fishing on jig hooks to create the jig action...no doubt about it, the jig action is a fish getter. The falling action especially triggers the strike. I would guess more fish have been caught on a jig than any other lure. Works in the saltwater, freshwater, where ever fish swim.

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from Badgerfan16 wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago

Panther Martins and Rebel Crawfish

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from coreyrhymer wrote 3 years 4 weeks ago

I would love to know the best lure/bait for trout as well? My question is for trout which have been introduced to lakes, Rainbows especially. There is a lake here in the outskirts of the Twin Cities area of Minnesota, which has Rainbows(non-natural) in the lake. During this past winter, I have fished this lake, and only caught on trout. My fishing buddy and I would see many, but we could never seem to land any. The one I could was on a jig with euro-larva, they all seemed interested then would dart off at the last second. Any ideas or thoughts. Thanks all!

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from KALEB THE FISH ... wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

i like gold pheobe's in the smallest size and gold cleo's in the smallest size as well and rapala original black and white f7 is great too

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from Sayfu wrote 2 years 34 weeks ago

When you pose that question, you are eliminating the human element of the skill of the angler. An angler can go days without catching anything on a lure, and the next guy can not keep the fish off using that lure. Like I tell kids at school..."You go fishing...I go catching."

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from rockstar1226 wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

i have used most of the lures listed by the others. have had good success with most. like rappys,kast master ,panther martins. but my favorite hands down, is the cp swing. i like the lager sizes ,like 4 and 5. they sink deeper, and are more visible. i've caught 2 trophy palimino in the last 3 years,after trying for 20 years for a trophy trout. i've out fished everyone on the creek lots of days. but have never been lucky enough to land a big one.
now i see the big ones and actually catch them, plus out fish everyone.
i actually hand them out to people,when i'm holding good. plus i show them how to manipulate the lure.
it doesn't kill it everyday, but most days it does. you know how funny trout can be.
sometimes ,meal worms or powerbait work great.
but i'm just not a bait guy.

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from Paul Lieb wrote 1 year 8 weeks ago

I use a lot of different lures but my trick is using bullet bobbers to reach places that others can't and keep my lure where I want longer. Bullet bobbers are mini planer boards that plane left or right and flip direction when given a little pop.

0 Good Comment? | | Report
from Ozarktroutfisher wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

Mepp's size 00 Aglia. Absolutely the best trout lure in existance in my opinion.

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from Ozarktroutfisher wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

In my opinion size 00 Mepp's Aglias. They work like a charm on both stocked and wild trout, but particularly well on wild trout in small streams.

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from Ozarktroutfisher wrote 5 years 6 weeks ago

In my opinion size 00 Mepp's Aglias. They work like a charm on both stocked and wild trout, but particularly well on wild trout in small streams.

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from Alex Pernice th... wrote 5 years 10 weeks ago

Flys, learn to Flyfish.

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