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22nd century Triple Trout Swimbaits

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Anyone have any experience with the 22nd century triple trout how does it preform does it swim correct does it catch fish? I been wanting to purchase one just want some feedback before I spend $70 on one lure?? Thanks in advance

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River 2 Sea does not make the triple trout....are you referring to the S-Waver?

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No offense,but $70.00 for one lure? I've never heard of the lure you're referring to,but how could it be a better fish catcher than other lures you likely already have? Again, no offense nor am I passing judgement. I just can't imagine spending that kind of money for a lure. Hope you find what you're looking for regardless!!

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I've personally never used the triple trouts, although they do have a following amoungst some swimbait anglers. But I can't imagine you couldn't find a cheaper swimbait that is just as effective. If you are set on a hard body the Spro 8" BBZ-1 and the Cl8 7" clacker are both sizeable hard baits that can be had for around half the price of the triple trout. 

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I have an 8" TT that I bought this past fall. It's a solid bait that swims well and a proven fish catcher. Is it worth the money? That's up for you to decide. I've spent more on baits I liked less. 

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15 hours ago, Buckeye Ron said:

No offense,but $70.00 for one lure? I've never heard of the lure you're referring to,but how could it be a better fish catcher than other lures you likely already have? Again, no offense nor am I passing judgement. I just can't imagine spending that kind of money for a lure. Hope you find what you're looking for regardless!!

whatever you do, do not google roman made mother.

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The Triple Trout is a proven bait and it's awesome dude. My collection is growing and it will continue to do so. It casts well and swims beautifully without any effort other than turning the reel handle. You can twitch it, burn it, jerk it...or just straight retrieve. They have sinking and floating versions also. Check out the cut tail in 8 or 10 inch for a great waking/topwater bait. It's sweet.  I have 6,7,8 inch TT's and will soon pick up a 10....

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39 minutes ago, stkbassn said:

The Triple Trout is a proven bait and it's awesome dude. My collection is growing and it will continue to do so. It casts well and swims beautifully without any effort other than turning the reel handle. You can twitch it, burn it, jerk it...or just straight retrieve. They have sinking and floating versions also. Check out the cut tail in 8 or 10 inch for a great waking/topwater bait. It's sweet.  I have 6,7,8 inch TT's and will soon pick up a 10....

X2 I have 2 for sale on flea market if your interested in original trout color

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