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I'm all for the big bait big fish theory but :);):D

Josh Upton's Custom

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This isn't your standard dropshot fare sports fans. Josh Upton's Customs features big baits for big fish. These hand poured worms come in both ribbon tail & straight tail versions available from 8 to 19 inches, these baits fall into the big bait, big fish category. Popular on southern California lakes such as Diamond Valley, these big boys will produce trophy fish anywhere big bass live. Don't be intimidated either, most bites come from fish in the 2-6 pound range. When you do put one in front of a trophy fish, the combination of a bulky, slow moving meal often proves too easy an opportunity for big fish to pass up. Just goes to show that you don't have to throw a swimbait to tempt the big girls.

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bet it'd work on stripers in the surf, especially in a pink, white, or black color.

I bet it would.  

I might rig it with a king rig

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What kind of hook are they expecting people to use with that thing?

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LOL, actually i prefer the owner 11/0 oversize worm hook. It is not as big as it sounds, mostly just long, same throat depth as most 4/0 ewg's. That toad hook is giant though, almost comically so.

Dont feel bad, there are people that I have fished with many many times who still dont know who pours me my worms ;D

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Makes me want to try some hooks in the old garden hose!

Haha, next big bait craze

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