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#1 karokis

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Posted December 30 2009 - 08:46 PM

Can anyone tell me where these can be purchased at or any replicates of this design of bait being made? Thank You

#2 roadwarrior

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Posted December 31 2009 - 08:32 AM

What are you referring to? I googled "BP stud fry"
and came up with nothing.

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#3 karokis

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Posted December 31 2009 - 09:31 AM

What are you referring to? I googled "BP stud fry"
and came up with nothing.

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They quit selling them a few years+ago. I have a few left. They are like ring fry but they are covered with studs that stick out and produce a whole lot of air bubbles when they are in the water. One of the best I ever used. They are called Caterpillar Stud Fry.

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Posted December 31 2009 - 11:31 AM

Ditto on the awesomeness of the BP Stud Fry. Can't believe they haven't reintroduced it yet since BPS Pro Edwin Evers is a huge fan of the bait. Practically a cult following on some of the local lakes around here, as well as down in Texas. I know I've won lots of $$ with it.

If you're willing to pay, I can get you some...

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