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Guys I want to say, no way am I dissing these baits. 

 

I found out that that they make these baits literally in my backyard and never knew it. I’ve always tried to make some experimenting comparisons to baits that perform and work well for me. Some are better and others work worse. Most I don’t do as well with. Thought let me get on board with these. 

 

The “Angry Beaver” a 3.25” creature bait, I’ve gotten some fish on. If and when I start fishing the “Salt Tubes” they my produce. Have done pretty well with any tube I’ve fished. 

 

What I can’t get to work for me is the “Bamboo Bomber”, “Twig”, 5” Stikz, can’t be my rigging. The GY, Strike King and RoboWorm I Rig the same. 

 

Has to be pure mental. No. Just curious how you guys are doing with the Zee stuff. 

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Not very popular or a secret weapon?

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They've been in your backyard and you didn't notice them?  Maybe you need a dog.

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More than likely people have never heard of em. I know that's the case for me. 

 

 

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I don't have much cash laid out on their stuff just wanted to compare a couple styles and colors to Yamamoto, Strike King and RoboWorm. Wouldn't be the first bag of soft baits I've given away. They seem very well made and colors are uniform. I'm sure its a mental block by now. I'm sure someone is doing great with them. Local company thought I'd try to get on board with their baits. A lot off the wall brands of soft plastics these. Not a dis by any means. 

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I haven't heard of them either, but their baits look good

 

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2 hours ago, BassNJake said:

I haven't heard of them either, but their baits look good

 

That bamboo bomber or whatever they call it I’m not ready to give up on it yet. This weekend I’m gonna try to Carolina Rig it, if I see some fish a bit deeper than what I’m currently fishing. Not doing too well T-Rigging, split shotting it or fishing it weightless. Than again I’m not into Carolina Rigging that much at all. 

 

I thought they were maybe on a larger scale and more popular. I’m usually the last one to ever find out anything about anything. 

 

I can’t diss them and don’t want to. I have plenty of stuff that works pretty well. Their decent quality did catch my eye. 

 

Here today gone tomorrow. You have to sell a lot of rubber worms and hats to stay afloat today. 

 

 

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I saw Rib Tail Worms somewhere and they screamed 'buy me'. 

 

They look good in the package.  They look good in the water.  For no reason that I can explain they haven't had so much as a nibble.  When I switch to a different worm, I get bit.  Probably just a weird couple coincidences, but my confidence is low and I probably won't rig them again for a couple years.

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