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Received the final one yesterday for the set...I think they qualify as art. :respect-059:

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Now let's see those babies on water!  :laugh5:

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MB is the definition of functional fishing art.

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Now let's see those babies on water!  :laugh5:

"But they're not for fishin...they're just for lookin."  These 10 lures will never see the water.

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Nice collection! I do agree about their artistic qualities. Sure beats most of that abstract "art" in museums!

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Now let's see those babies on water!  :laugh5:

They do have a good action in the water, but I don't think I could throw any of these in the lake. I'll use the cheaper Pop Max...same action.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3f_sAZSiN4

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I love topwater fishing, I try to buy at least 1 of every kind as sort of a collection,  but when it comes to walking an open faced popping lure, I would put the Sebile Splasher as the best imo. It come is a smaller sizes that cast a mile but they make a 90mm that is killer and it can walk like a champ, push a ton of water, and with the liquid filled glitter to imitate the scales of a baitfish falling off, I find the amber fashion gold and then the sun and salt colors to be some of the best designed topwater lures....For walking lures it is tough to beat the Bonga minnow which at only 95mm weighs an ounce, and at 72mm almost 3/4 and walks and glides at slow retrieves...I like the Megabass stuff, I am just afraid to throw it and lose em, but I love some of the innovation...nice collection, nice sharp walk....

 

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Nice! Those lures are so beautiful.

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