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Jake P

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Anyone successfull with these besides Chris Lane? I havent seen them until watching the classic and i like the profile. I am just wondering how much movement the appendages have?

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I have been using them for about 3 years and have had great success

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They are garbage....just send them to me...... :wink2::eyebrows:

I've been stockpiling them for a few years now. I prefer them over the sweet beaver a lot of times.

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Great for jigs.

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I have had a bag of them for ever and they just sit there. Ill get brave one day and go out and play with them lol.

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Try splitting the paddles for more action. On a 1/4 to 3/8 oz. weighted T-rig, they glide nicely in weed pockets as they drop. I prefer them to beaver style baits much of the time.

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Fairly common bait down here. Especially with the Gambler only tournaments.

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I love the beaver type baits for sure. I rig mine on an eighth ounce weighted, 2/0 swimbait hook. Have had great success that way or just a plain ole' off-set worm hook with no weight. The "smallie beaver" is great on a shakey head too. Great baits!

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