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I hear little bits and pieces here and there that soft plastics with less action are better in cold water than baits with a lot of action. For example a fluke would be better than a paddletail. I have a crappie fishing book that says "Subtle jigs also work well in the same area as action jigs. They simply have less action and are better choices when the fish are less aggressive." I have heard the same idea applied to trout and striper. Partly the reason 17MR works well in cold water. Very little action and no internal rattle. What do you guys think?
 
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