ace4570

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  1. The design of the BKK inlines seem odd to me. The hook point is too close to the eye which throws me off. Other than that they look like pretty solid hooks and I’d like to try them out sometime.
  2. Why would I want pliers that look like they belong on an operating table?
  3. My go to method is always a 6’6 St. Croix Premier with a Shimano Stradic. 30 lb power pro tied off to 14 pound sun line sniper with a swivel. On the leader is a dropper loop with a 3/4 oz spro and about 9 inches above that is a 3/0 Gami baitholder hook. Both are tipped with either a 4in swimming mullet or a 4in grub and color is depending on what I’m feeling. Cast it out and jig it back slowly right off the bottom. This has produced many fluke for me. Last year however my setup was a 7’ Favorite White Bird on a 2500 size Daiwa Legalis. This setup was originally bought for Ned rigs and other small baits in freshwater. This handled fluke perfectly until my top 3 guides on the rod broke.
  4. I’ll take 3 please
  5. Does anyone know the weight of the 7" Mambo Minnow, I'm looking into picking up some.
  6. Im very interested in these lures now
  7. Does anyone know where to buy greenpoint lures. On their Facebook page they list a website that doesn’t seem to work. Also they list an address and I’m wondering if this is an actual shop. I’m located on Long Island if there are any shops that sell them here.
  8. Does anyone know where to buy greenpoint lures. On their Facebook page they list a website that doesn’t seem to work. Also they list an address and I’m wondering if this is an actual shop. I’m located on Long Island if there are any shops that sell them here.
  9. Judging that most of the answers are a white buck tail as expected, let’s up the stakes a little bit. You have one hour to catch a bass on any plug or else for the rest of your life you’ll always have dull hooks. What plug you throwing?
  10. You bring up an interesting point. I believe that in a survival situation tins are proven fish catchers and will help out in a time of need. On the other hand if you have a wide array of lures that are available to use, there is just some thrill about seeing a striper jump up out of the water and demolish your plug or feeling the action of a swimmer and then your line just go slack.
  11. Theoretically speaking here you wake up one day and you are given a choice. From this point on anytime you go out you can only use one lure to catch any species from the surf/boat etc. What would that lure be? Personally I would go with a bucktail.
  12. Just hear me out, I've tried everything to make a Gulp container stop leaking. If you really think about it with Gulp as expensive as is it's a great business model. Overtime they make their containers leak just a little bit more every time you open it until you ultimately have to buy a new one. With all that being said, how does everyone store their Gulp to stop this problem?
  13. Recently I've found myself purchasing more and more swimmer plugs. Much like freshwater hard baits the hardware that comes stock is junk. Does anyone know the best upgrades for these plugs in terms of hardware, hook style and placement?
  14. I’ll take it, pm coming.
  15. Looking for either an RM Peanut Swimmer or a Peanut Pikie. Any color, new or used it doesn't matter.