Top Lures at Logan Martin Posted on September 10, 2018 Photo: Ronnie Moore - Power-generated current and spotted bass have a symbiotic relationship on Coosa River impoundments during summertime. The bite goes hot during generation periods and cold during slack water. There were some of both at the Bass Pro Shops Bassmaster Central Open on Logan Martin Lake. All captions: Craig Lamb Photo: James Overstreet - Justin Atkins used a one-two punch of catching an early limit on a shaky-head jig, then a swim bait later to cull up. The winner, like his peers, chose the shaky-head as a go-to bait of the week. Check out the lineup in this Championship Saturday gallery. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Kyle Dorsett To finish 12th Kyle Dorsett alternated between baits by Dirty Jigs. Photo: Ronnie Moore - He chose a 3/8-ounce Dirty Jigs Swim Jig with 2-inch Zoom Super Chunk trailer. A 3/8-ounce Scott Canterbury Flippinâ Jig was another choice. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Tim Hurst To finish 11th Tim Hurst used a jig and shaky-head jig. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a 3/16-ounce Davis Shaky Worm Head and 6-inch Davis Shaky Worm. He also used 3/8- and 1/2-ounce Dirty Jigs. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Joey Nania A crankbait produced for 10th-place finisher Joey Nania. Photo: Ronnie Moore - His choice was this 6th Sense Cloud 9 Series Deep Diver Crankbait in the C10 model. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Josh Butler To finish ninth Josh Butler used a shaky-head jig, spinnerbait and crankbait. Photo: Ronnie Moore - The choice was a Strike King Pro Model 3XD Crankbait. For shallower fish he used a 3/4-ounce War Eagle Spinnerbait with tandem willowleaf blades. He also used 1/4- and 3/8-ounce shaky-head jigs with 6-inch Zoom Trick Worms. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Dustin Connell To finish eighth Dustin Connell used a structure spoon and shaky-head jig for offshore fish. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a 1/16-ounce shaky-head jig with 6.5-inch NetBait T-Mac Straight Tail Worm. He also used a 6th Sense Crush Squarebill 100X Crankbait. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Brady Vernon To finish seventh Brady Vernon used custom-made swim jig, spinnerbait and shaky-head jig. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a 1/2-ounce shaky-head jig with 6.95-inch Reaction Innovations Flirt Worm. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Another choice was a 1/2-ounce War Eagle Spinnerbait with tandem willowleaf blades. Vernon also used a 5/8-ounce jig used to skip beneath docks. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Scott Canterbury To finish sixth Scott Canterbury used a crankbait and jigs. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Those choices were the Dirty Jigs Scott Canterbury Flippinâ Jig, and a new M Series Jig designed by Matt Herren, both in 5/8-ounce size. The 3.5-inch NetBait Paca Slim Craw and 4-inch NetBait Kickinâ B Creature Bait were jig trailers. Photo: Ronnie Moore - For reaction strikes around stumps he used a Bagley Killer B Crankbait. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Keith Poche To finish fifth Keith Poche chose a crankbait and jig. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a 7/16-ounce JaKKed Baits Pow-R Finesse Jig with green pumpkin craw trailer. A Luck E Strike Rick Clunn Squarebill Series 4 crankbait was another choice. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Frank Talley To finish fourth Frank Talley used a shaky-head jig and deep-diving crankbait. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a Profound Outdoors Z Boss Series Crankbait. He also used a 6-inch Bass Assassin Tapout Worm with 1/4-ounce shaky-head jig. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Joshua Stracner To finish third Joshua Stracner rotated through a jig, shaky-head jig and soft plastic jerkbait. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a 4-inch Zoom Fluke rigged on 5/0 weighted hook. He also used a 1/8-ounce shaky-head jig with 6.5-inch Zoom Trick Worm. Another choice were 1/2- and 3/8-ounce Dirty Jigs Tour Level Pitchinâ Jigs. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Mark Rose To finish second Mark Rose used a shaky-head jig, football jig and Texas-rigged creature bait. Photo: Ronnie Moore - That choice was a 4-inch Strike King Rage Bug, 4/0 Mustad KVD Grip-Pin Soft Plastic Hook and 5/8-ounce tungsten weight. He also used a 1/8-ounce Strike King Tour Grade Shakey Head with 5-inch Strike King KVD Fat Baby Finesse Worm. A 1/2-ounce Strike King Tour Grade Football Jig with 4-inch Strike King Rage Twin Tail Menace Grub was another choice. Photo: Ronnie Moore - Justin Atkins Justin Atkins used a one-two punch with a shaky-head jig and swim bait. That choice was a 3.8-inch Berkley Powerbait Power Swimmer on 1/4-ounce ball-head jig. Atkins also used a 1/4-ounce Buckeye Lures Spot Remover with 4.75-inch Berkley Powerbait Bottom Hopper Worm. The Berkley baits will be available this fall.