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28 minutes ago, Catt said:

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What I am missing is big about a punch rig, it's heavy and compact size.

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On 6/5/2019 at 5:53 PM, BoatSquirrel said:

And when I say BIG, lets just say 1 oz and up.  thanks guys.

 

 

 

10 hours ago, WRB said:

What I am missing is big about a punch rig, it's heavy and compact size.

Tom

 

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On 6/5/2019 at 8:47 PM, Bluebasser86 said:

 

7" Slammer

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That Slammer is beautiful. I LOVE when baits start to look like that. Warms my heart...

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1 hour ago, RB 77 said:

 

That Slammer is beautiful. I LOVE when baits start to look like that. Warms my heart...

One of my other Slammers is custom painted in a skunk pattern with a custom tail. I fished it for the first time yesterday and it got it's first several sets of battle scars 😃

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Just now, Bluebasser86 said:

One of my other Slammers is custom painted in a skunk pattern with a custom tail. I fished it for the first time yesterday and it got it's first several sets of battle scars 😃

 

Epic! Haha

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1 oz. Oldham's Eye-Max Jig with a Gene Larew Hawg Craw Trailer

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

One of my other Slammers is custom painted in a skunk pattern with a custom tail. I fished it for the first time yesterday and it got it's first several sets of battle scars 😃

Would love to see a picture of that slammer

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Megabass  Big Z, a shallow running, 1oz balsa crank. (bottom right) I think it got me the heaviest fish last year on the Arkansas border.

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On 6/7/2019 at 4:01 PM, ScottK91 said:

Would love to see a picture of that slammer

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Definitely my big plopper for bass

 

not that anyone cares, but my jointed x-rap that’s I believe clocking in at 1 3/4 and my bucktails for pike/musky lol.

On 6/7/2019 at 8:37 AM, RB 77 said:

 

That Slammer is beautiful. I LOVE when baits start to look like that. Warms my heart...

That’s when they work the best. I throw rapalas a lot and can tell you they need to just send them pre beat up. My silver and gold j-7s have seen hooks, but look like a pike flossed their teeth with it haha. If anything it makes the injured bait more believable 😂

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I've never had luck with Slammers and I've thrown them quite a bit. For numbers my best big baits have been the 3:16 Baby Wake and Mattlures Hardgill. The Bullgill has been good for me as well considering how little I've thrown it. 

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19 hours ago, kayl. said:

I've never had luck with Slammers and I've thrown them quite a bit. For numbers my best big baits have been the 3:16 Baby Wake and Mattlures Hardgill. The Bullgill has been good for me as well considering how little I've thrown it. 

Really? You must’ve got a defective one or somethin’. I had to actually retire one it got so chewed up it. 

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