Favourite land based barra soft plastic

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Favourite land based barra soft plastic

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No really specific criteria, other than plastics/landbased/barra.

It can be estuary fishing, casting over oyster rocks or into mangroves, flicking from Shady Barrage, Daly creeks, Shoal Bay lock ins - whatever! Just put your two cents worth in and let me know. Feel free to clarify what you use it for.

For me, I like the ever reliable Squidgy Drop Bear (or Ginger Meggs) changing size to match bait. My second favourite (but coming up fast) are the DOA Bait Busters (especially in the Pearl/Green/Red chin). Usually do well casting over oyster rocks and into Mangroves, clearer the water the better.


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KO Weedless in white or silver/white
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Will have to give it a run. Are they the same as the "Tailbaitz"? Can't seem to track a picture down. Fishing outdoor sell them?
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Yep, tailbaitz. Great for throwing in and around the mangroves
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Zman 3" Minnowz in Chartreuse rigged with appropriate size ball sinker tied into the leader loop at the eye of the hook ...
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I'm with you slug, I use a zman in white, light sinker and a worm hook......great action and you can wind them slooowwww
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Haven't used those for a while. Lookin' good. http://zmanfishing.com/img/product_imag ... -84PK8.jpg
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3"storms chasing sooties 5"when the barra are on( good stong hooks )
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Rainbow squidgies on odd occasion, but mainly the drop bear squidgy into mangroves and around snags...
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zerek flat shads weedless are deadly
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DOA pearl and red head for anywhere and the biggest soft plastic I can find off the barrage
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