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Has anyone ever fished one of these plastic baits? I have a meeting with this guy tomorrow morning about some stuff. Hopefully he will give me some samples to try.

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looks like an infomercial

I'd get a sample before spending that much on a soft plastic

www.wingmanlures.com

I especially like the part that says 'simulated' swimming action

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Didn't Mister Twister make a leech similar to that?

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They look interesting and they do have quiet a bit of action.  I'd be interested in hearing your report on these.  Let us no how it goes.

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I took the owner out so he could do some filming on lake Varner. No doubt the lures will catch fish and we caught one or two small ones. But under the circumstances when I was catching around twenty five to thirty pounds a day for five fish the Wingman failed to produce anything more than some just barely keepers. I tried to catch a big one on the Wingman but it just didn't work since the bait wasn't the type of bait they wanted that day. Part of the deal we had was for me not to bring my baits but at the end of the day I found a used torn up part of a trickworm in the boat and caught a five pounder in two casts just to show that I had them on big fish the whole time but they just didn't want the Wingman. It's just another bait or tool but not better than anything else out there. If you need a bait with that profile that has a swimming action then it would be a great bait.    

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I had a meeting with the owner today and he left me a bunch of samples. The stuff looks really good and cant wait to try it out this weekend.  Might try one as a jig trailer.  

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I took the owner out so he could do some filming on lake Varner. No doubt the lures will catch fish and we caught one or two small ones. But under the circumstances when I was catching around twenty five to thirty pounds a day for five fish the Wingman failed to produce anything more than some just barely keepers. I tried to catch a big one on the Wingman but it just didn't work since the bait wasn't the type of bait they wanted that day. Part of the deal we had was for me not to bring my baits but at the end of the day I found a used torn up part of a trickworm in the boat and caught a five pounder in two casts just to show that I had them on big fish the whole time but they just didn't want the Wingman. It's just another bait or tool but not better than anything else out there. If you need a bait with that profile that has a swimming action then it would be a great bait.

Thanks for the "real life" review. I'll bet that kinda spoiled their day.

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