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TWO THUMBS UP FOR EVOLUTION JIGS & MEGASTRIKE

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I've done a little fishing the last two mornings before going to work.

Yesterday morning I had at least 6 hits and no fish, using both a finesse rigged ring worm and a 4" Senko. I remembereed the Meagastrike we all got at the Roadtrip, and lathered up both baits. Then proceeded to catch the next 12 fish that hit. I almost called in and cancelled classes so I could stay on these fish. But I didn't.

Went back this morning and started catching them again, in the same place, on the same two baits. All about 12-14" fish.

Before I left I tied on one of the Evolution jigheads, again something we all got at the Roadtrip dinner, rigged a 5" GYCB Hula Grub, lathered it up with Megastrike, hit some deeper water, and nailed a nice fat 4 1/2 pounder on the second cast. Got a 2 and and a 2.5 from the same general area before it was time to leave for work.

The Megastrike turned those shy biters into caught fish as soon as I applied it. If you don't have any of this stuff, go get some. You may not always need it, but when they're hitting light and spitting the bait, this stuff is the cure.

The new Evolution jigheads are something I'll be buying more of ASAP. It has a nice subtle side to side action when swimming the bait, and will stand up a good size piece of plastic when bottom bouncing. I fished the same jighead in rocks for at least an hour without hanging up once. Excellent design.

I give "em both two thumbs up. If I had more thumbs, they'd get more.

Cheers,

GK

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That's awesome!  :)

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We had similar results last year. Bass were hitting short, added some Megastrike to the plastic worms and they were just inhaling the bait.

I actually caught a Brown Trout last weekend on an *** 7" *** that was coated with Megastrike. Fish seem to like it. :)

Thanx Bobby!

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First I would like to say thank you for kind words. Now I would like to say a few words about our products.When the Evolution Jig first came out everyone thought this might be some kind of gimmic. That couldnt be any further from the truth. The Evolution Jig is a very -very well thought out and innovative lure. Whats happening now is fishermen are gaining confidence in the Jig. We are selling residual orders to the guys that are using them religiously. The Evolution Jig that is really starting to smoke is the "White Swimming Jig" There is no better swim jig made. The secret is the skirt is in front of the weedguard . It conceals the components like the hook and weedguard. It looks like a shad or baitfish swimming. Put a little 4' swimtail on it and its over. The bass hit it like a spinnerbait rather than a jig. There is also no better bed fishing jig than the White Evolution Jig. The bass cant stand that thing antagonizing them on the beds. They whack it. All ya have to do is pitch it on there and give it slack. The claws raise in the defensive posture(on the beds I believe it is a offensive posture) The bass do not want anything that looks aggressive on their beds. Those Jigs are the best of the best . Ok I am going to go out on a limb here . Just to prove it. I want to get you guys to try these. If you call in the order -(732-780-7383) I will give you a BFR discount. I will sell the "White Evolution Swim Jigs For $7.50 ea. Thats 25% off. As for the MegaStrike . Its the best . Take care Bobby@MegaStrike

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Just so you know -there are Two(2) Evolution Jigs per pack

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Which Evolution Jig are you referring to when you talk about the swimming jig?  Is it the finesse or the heavy cover or both?

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You can use both models for for swimming.The finesse of course is a smaller profile and you can use just a small twistertail type trailer. The one I and other anglers use is the Heavy Cover in white. You can add a "sassy shad" type tail or you can use a single grug type trailer. Like I said the Heavy Cover Evolution Jigs beauty is that the hook and weedguard are concealed.It has a thick skirt and moves a lot of water. There is no better swim jig. The finesse jig I use for clear water conditions when downsizing is more productive.

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We've been smoking them again on the finesse jig, I'll have to try one of the Evo's and see if we can get it in some video footage.  

Actually, I was thinking of doing an all new jig tutorial seeing as how often we get a request for the quickie I did last yr.  I think, being an advertiser, we should use the Evo's.  

Matt- If you're all stocked up and willing, we can do this one day after I get back from Guntersville.  You in?

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I'm in, but I don't have any Evo swim jigs or finesse jigs. Haven't seen them available locally yet. I've been using (insert brand x here) lately because I only have the 3/8 Evo jigs. As you know, it's all about the compact 1/4 oz, 1/8 oz right now. :)

The 3/8 oz is more of my summer go to jig....

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Last week I placed an order with TW, and it includes my first tube of Megastrike.  This coming weekend is our bass opener here in WI, so the Megastrike will definitley get some time in the water.....from all the positive feedback I've heard I'm excited to give it a shot.

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