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    Panfish tackle

    Where do you all order artificial stuff from? I use Charlie Brewer some, just looking for other options.
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    I use mostly Charlie Brewer and prefer this brand.
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    Muddy Waters baits, Bobby Garland,Brushpile jigs

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    Grizzly Jig, Discount Tackle, Fish USA, Bass Pro

    something you should try are the Southern Pro Creek Spins, no other place to get them that I know of.

    http://www.southernpro.com/store/sto...&Category_ID=4

    we killed the bream the last couple days using these tipped with a Charlie Brewer slider.

    caught some very nice bluegills on them today

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    We have a local tackle ( Mom and Pop) Store. He specializes in crappie fishing gear and tackle. I also buy alot from Flefly.com which is also made here in Oklahoma and local to me.
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    Thermocline Lures

    G-Daddy Baits

    Crazy Angler Slab Bandits

    Bonehead Tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by rojoguio View Post
    ^^^^This.

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    Thanks guys, I will check these out
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    If your using curltails,,the best is Kalin. Tail move the most with the slowest speed.
    Boot tails,, either slider or strike kings. Tubes use Southern Pro.
    Dont forget the silver buddies

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    For panfish, Crappie Magnet.com sells their grubs that do well. Ebay sells them even cheaper. I use them on light jigs or with an overhead spinner:


    In fact Ebay is the only source for ball head jigs which I use 95% of the time along with many soft plastics I can't find anywhere. They range in size from 1/32 - 1/8 oz for small lures and 1/8 oz to 3/4 oz for weedless bass jigs.

    For bass jig or spinnerbait skirt source that can't be beat: https://fishingskirts.com/fishing-skirts/

    You can use what you already own for pan fish (or any other species) such as cutting off the ends of finesse worms and rigging on a light ball head:


    I just started using overhead spins with light jigs (first picture above) and buy a salt water, stainless steel wire from Ebay call Sevenstrand to make my own: