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indestructible soft bait

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This is called Dartspin by Patrick Sebile's a Band of Anglers.

I got a few at Fred Hall Show in Long Beach, CA
The lures looks good for albies, blues or striper.

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And I found indestructible Kevlar cod for assist hooks at the Fred Hall Show. But they did not allow me to take video as they are in production now.

 

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26 mins ago, stripedbassking said:

Love the Band of Anglers stuff! Really cool products and they catch well also

I observed that Roberto Martinez Monton and Edgar Poe catch drum, snook and tarpon with these lures in Florida. 

I am going to try these lures for rooster and cubera in Mexico and drum and tarpon in Florida next month.

 

 

 

 

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19 mins ago, ksong said:

I observed that Roberto Martinez Monton and Edgar Poe catch drum, snook and tarpon with these lures in Florida. 

I am going to try these lures for rooster and cubera in Mexico and drum and tarpon in Florida next month.

 

 

 

 

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I’m sure you’ll have success esp with roosters and jacks!

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28 mins ago, stripedbassking said:

I’m sure you’ll have success esp with roosters and jacks!

I'd rather catch cubera. :)

 

 

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If this is the same soft plastic that Z-Man baits use they are very nice.  But they are not destructible if you store them with any other plastic as they melt into a mess.

I found this out when one of my plastic hard body plugs was stored next to a jig head and soft plastic in my surf bag. 

Good product but keep them separate from all other plastics both soft and hard.

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53 mins ago, DZ said:

If this is the same soft plastic that Z-Man baits use they are very nice.  But they are not destructible if you store them with any other plastic as they melt into a mess.

I found this out when one of my plastic hard body plugs was stored next to a jig head and soft plastic in my surf bag. 

Good product but keep them separate from all other plastics both soft and hard.

They told me the Dartspin is 10 times tougher than Z-Man and said it can melt with other plastic.

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The dart spins looks sweet.  Still looking where to purchase them.  Band of Anglers and Patrick do an amazing job of marketing these products and building up the anticipation.  All over FB and Insta with their "field testing", no doubt whatsoever, these damn lures catch!!!  Just want to get my hands on them myself!

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8 mins ago, StriperReleaser said:

Kil aren't you a little old for that ? :laugh:

I still can fight. :)

I don't fight like that. I fight with slow and relaxed motion. :)

Anglers tend to get excited and fight hurriedly. 

 

fighting 140 lb - 150 lb bluefin two years ago.

My fighting technique is not traditional, but it works. :)

 

 

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16 hours ago, ksong said:


This is called Dartspin by Patrick Sebile's a Band of Anglers.

I got a few at Fred Hall Show in Long Beach, CA
The lures looks good for albies, blues or striper.

How do they cast?  Are they anything like the Albie & Striper Snax in terms of casting distance?

 

 

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9 mins ago, Chunks said:

Kil - do know when the Dart Spins will be available at the retail/online level?

I am not associated with the product. But I will find out. 

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