I've never fished a lure so fun, can retire most of the inventory.
So you buy a 5-pack of 4/0 Trokar swimbait hooks, and 5-packs in a couple of Tobin's colors and give them a try.
You can fish from a small Plano box - 6 grasswalkers, 2 cocahoes, 2 SS3s, and still room for another lure if you want to throw in a dog-walking plug.
Inshore, I pretty much fish 3 lures. TSL grasswalkers, Cocahoe on 1/4-oz Stazo jigheads, and Tsunami SS3 swim shad.
I only leave the grasswalkers for the other two when I get to deep slopes, same kind of water I would be fishing TS-250 sinking fly line; or 3+' on the flats, where I won't be dragging in grassballs on the sinking lures, and may need to get deeper.
My last trip with Josh, he posted I must have been fishing something else, but other than a cocahoe on the Little Cut slope, I only fished one birthday suit grasswalker on the flats both days.
I've also fished the grasswalkers on weighted swimbait hooks, but the only place I really like fishing those is the glow lure off Arroyo docks into the deep channel.
Here, change-up is everything, and this lure works great in one of the slots.
here were a couple before breakfast one morning, fishing from the boy's shack - getting up about a half-hour or so before first light and tinkering before my buddies were up for a paddling day - released a couple of smaller nursery trout, and a bigger schoolie spit at the dock, but a great way to begin the day
when we got out to paddle, launching for the N wind at S. Padre Convention Center
I began with a fly rod in normal fly rod water, but Steve was getting so much action on grasswalkers, I went back for my bait rod
We also set up a couple of drifts over this beautiful, bit deeper turtle grass
- another good high-sun color