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Lake: John Martin Reservoir
River: Arkansas River Below Pueblo Reservoir
Fish: White Bass

What is your favorite White Bass lure?

Post By: FastLayne      Posted: 9/3/2019 1:09:51 PM     Points: 2305    
I'd like to hear from you on what your favorite White Bass Lure is.
My favorite two lures for White Bass are:

1.) a ShadRap in shad color if the water is clear, or a color with some chartreuse if the water is dark colored.

2) a 1/8 ounce Jighead with either a shad colored or just plain white Mister Twister single tail, either 2 1/2 inches or 3 inches long.

What are your favorite lures to catch White Bass ?
 Reply by: Killerfihser      Posted: 9/3/2019 1:26:15 PM     Points: 639    
Good old rooster tail, white color.
 Reply by: footmaster      Posted: 9/3/2019 1:50:23 PM     Points: 9    
1/8 oz double round jig head setup with 2.5" white twister tails or paddle tails. Also, 1/8 oz silver Little Cleo spoon.
 Reply by: motoxxx43      Posted: 9/3/2019 2:07:05 PM     Points: 2148    
1 oz white slab jig with a basic black or red eye. Jig them or cast/retrieve.
 Reply by: anglerwannabe      Posted: 9/3/2019 2:25:46 PM     Points: 54802    
lipless crank
Mann's baby 1-minus
quarter OZ jig with gulp minnow

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 Reply by: albacore      Posted: 9/3/2019 4:26:40 PM     Points: 6    
Flicker Shad
 Reply by: threeball      Posted: 9/3/2019 5:58:49 PM     Points: 0    
silver kastmaster,1/8 oz jighead smoke sparkle 2.5 in single tail grub
 Reply by: GoNe_FiShIn_11      Posted: 9/4/2019 7:07:34 AM     Points: 9292    
I would say a 2 to 3 inch white swim bait is always a great choice. Woolly bugger have worked well for them too. They differently go crazy over a good lipless crank bait as well.
 Reply by: FXA0      Posted: 9/4/2019 8:26:04 AM     Points: 165    
It's not necessarily the most productive lure all around but, when it's windy, I enjoy throwing a number 6 Rapala X-Rap. Fish it aggressively and expect hard strikes. I have fished a variety of lures over the years: grubs, small plastic swimbaits, ripless crankbaits, tube jigs, marabou and feather jigs, Kastmasters, spoons, small crankbaits... They all work, but jerkbaits fished aggressively + a hard take from white bass is the most fun.