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Al Gag's "Carl's Killer"

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View PostHow much more would those plugs cost if Gag's used better paint? The bass don't seem to mind too much tho.

 

 

Probably more than $15. For that price, IMO they're a hell of a plug. I would suggest upgrading the split rings, tho. cwm13.gif

 

And you're right--the bass don't mind. wink.gif

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It is not a surface lure, it is a sub-surface, darter type. Swim about a foot or two down. I was very impressed with the action but I feel the lack of middle hook costs it fish. I also believe the man has worked on his paint/finish quality.

All in all I liked it.

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View PostProbably more than $15. For that price, IMO they're a hell of a plug. I would suggest upgrading the split rings, tho. cwm13.gif

 

And you're right--the bass don't mind. wink.gif

 

Ditch how do you fish it??

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View PostDitch how do you fish it??

 

 

I was speaking of Al Gag's plugs generally---I've never fished a "Carl's Killer".

 

I like Gag's Sea Special pencil poppers icon14.gif

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View Postthing to have any fishing componant named after someone and unfortunitly it is not and as Bob G stated it would be called Killer Carlbiggrin.gifcwm15.gif

 

 

Modest you are highfive.gif

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How to fish it? From Al G himself, very, very slowly. Bought it this spring, herring pattern. Gets lots of strikes, has lots of teeth marks but not one hook up. I tried a 5/O treble bucktail in place of the single tail hook and it totally changed the action. Anybody have any thoughts? SDJ

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