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Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't ;)

When fish aren't feeding sometimes a silent approach is best. Sneaking a bait past a fish very well could trigger a reaction strike. With the rattle they'll hear it coming and not bite. On the other hand, if the water is dirty or dingy, or even I reduced visibility the rattle could also be a deciding factor and bring them to the bait. I like to keep a variety of both with me.
 

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TT MR M TTRR I stay so confused on what's what with Mirrolures I just tie one on and hope for the best LOL I made the mistake of not marking mine and have probably 25 I'm not sure "what"..
 

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Great site Trigger that got tabbed to my favs!! now to get out the Sharpie marker and my tackle boxes!
 
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I can tell you that my patience for trout that aren't in a feeding mood runs pretty short.
when they are in a feeding mood down in my neck of the woods a topwater without a rattle might just as well be a topwater without hooks. Sometimes they want you to sing a different song on different days they might like the high pitch of a she dog or a spook and others they'll go for the low thump thump of the top dog.
 
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