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1 hour ago, AlabamaSpothunter said:

I'm looking for a Jerkbait box, what model is that Edge box, and how do you like it for that application?

 

You got two of my favorite baits over the last couple months, the Shimano WM Flashboost, and 110s, although I'm finding the 110jr +1, and 110jr are my favorites from the lineup.   

 

 

It’s the 3700 flex.  I like it.  House my other jerkbaits in lure locks and like them but like the moisture removal of the edge

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1 minute ago, PingDawg said:

It’s the 3700 flex.  I like it.  House my other jerkbaits in lure locks and like them but like the moisture removal of the edge

thanks!  

 

I like the edge because it seemingly holds each bait firm and secure.   For high dollar $25 Jerkbaits, that sounds like a worthy investment.  

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10 hours ago, PingDawg said:

It’s the 3700 flex.  I like it.  House my other jerkbaits in lure locks and like them but like the moisture removal of the edge


Could you try to fit some glide baits in there and see if the lid will close for me at some point?  I have a bunch and they sort of evade a good way to store them effectively and I’ve always wondered if they’d fit in one of those.  

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12 hours ago, Master Bait'r said:


Could you try to fit some glide baits in there and see if the lid will close for me at some point?  I have a bunch and they sort of evade a good way to store them effectively and I’ve always wondered if they’d fit in one of those.  


You possibly could fit them without hooks (think box wouldn’t be deep enough) after breaking in the “prickly” rows.  There are a few rows that are wider but still relatively narrow.  Def not fit any thick glides without trimming parallel rows of “pricklies”.  I'd keep them in clear plastic folder with hook protectors

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13 minutes ago, PingDawg said:


You possibly could fit them without hooks (think box wouldn’t be deep enough) after breaking in the “prickly” rows.  There are a few rows that are wider but still relatively narrow.  Def not fit any thick glides without trimming parallel rows of “pricklies”.  I'd keep them in clear plastic folder with hook protectors



most of my glides are narrow and 1.5oz or less like gan craft 148s, 128s, limberlambers, tiny bullshooters, esflats etc so significantly skinnier than even the 145 or 178 slide swimmers.  

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Just got the newly released EDGE Epitome MBR 725-1C, utilizing the new X-Ray Air Carbon blank, the rod weights just 2.92 ounces on my scale, I paired it with a 2022 Bantam.

 

So far this is the only Bass specific rod using this new blank that they've released.

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11 hours ago, evo2s197 said:

Just got the newly released EDGE Epitome MBR 725-1C, utilizing the new X-Ray Air Carbon blank, the rod weights just 2.92 ounces on my scale, I paired it with a 2022 Bantam.

 

So far this is the only Bass specific rod using this new blank that they've released.

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That’s real nice. What do you plan on using it for. 

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