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The bottom two are going to make excellent trailers for tiny jigs!  

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Was wondering how they’d work with a micro chatterbait. I’ll definitely give em a try 

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Love it!

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I still have unopened bags and more bags of soft plastics yet to be tried at these ponds...... this new lineup is not going to help my cause   I collect soft plastics like baseball cards back in the day #struggleisreal 🤣

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The bug ought to be useful bait

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I am excited about the cut'r worm. I use the regular cut'r worm Neko rigged and the spotted bass love the action given off by the tail as to falls. I can feel it now, lift up on the rod, let it fall, lift up again, bass on the other end running!

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Are they buoyant like z man plastics? and are they durable or just normal plastics?

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I have my name all over that cut-r and bug!

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6 hours ago, rod snapper said:

Are they buoyant like z man plastics? and are they durable or just normal plastics?

That is the $64,000 question in my opinion.  If Strike King uses the same materials they do in their Zero, they will differentiate the product.  Otherwise, it just becomes a very small version of their existing lineup.

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Nobody needs any of those redbug ned bugs (that has a nice ring to it 😀), just leave those on the shelves, they won't be any good anyhow.

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7 hours ago, Bluebasser86 said:

Nobody needs any of those redbug ned bugs (that has a nice ring to it 😀), just leave those on the shelves, they won't be any good anyhow.

+1 ... Same goes for the green pumpkin ones - they won't catch anything , sure to be a total flop and should be left on the shelves to collect dust !

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