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    What fresh lures do you chunk in the brine?

    I use a assortment of lures from suspending jerkbaits, wakebaits, swimbaits, etc. If the water gets right around here soon, I'm throwing some 5"-7" Swimbaits for some Gator Trout.

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    I'd guess it could be done.

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    Like these...
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    Looks good for the bayou. Get you some in the brown Arkansas shiner color and dip the tail orange and look out.

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    I've heard using crank baits, they swim well and fool the reds
    "Our most great and glorious achievement is to live our life fishingly"

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    I use academy Zoom salty watermelon/red, mirrow lure watermelon/red, chartreuse/glow, TTK lures. bass pro has the H&H watermelon/red paddle tail and chartreuse/glow. Hope this helps. Lord Bless.
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