My list depends a lot on when/where I'm fishing and the structures present/absent.
1. Plastics worms and tubes
2. 1/4 oz. tandem willow blade spinnerbaits
I listed soft plastics first but definitely wouldn't have even mentioned them last year. I've only begun learning how to fish them properly this year and am really liking them a lot. Besides, if I'm at a place like the north shore channel of the chicago river, I'm not going to throw anything that costs more than $1 because of the frequent snags.
I had pretty good luck with tandem spinnerbaits at Beck last year, but they're not really doing much for me these days with the weeds getting thicker. Ditto for the Rat-L-Traps.
For smaller LM bass from the NSC, I like to toss 1/8 oz. Blue Fox Flash spinners. They're cheap, and almost always hook into a bass within the first 5 casts of every one of my visits to the NSC. But for the larger LM bass, I've learned that soft plastics is WAY better than rooster tail spinners.
I guess it all depends on whether I feel like going for quality (size) or quantity.