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i have some crankbaits that  i dont really want anymore. Ive found some of them and some of them are just old and i was wondering what you all do with old crankbaits you dont use or want any anymore.

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They are good to drill holes in them and fill with B.B.s to experiment with depth manipulation. I also like to paint experimental colors on them.

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At first I thought this thread was about me, just looked in to see what was being said  ::D

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There are plenty of youth organizations that would love to have tackle donated. Check with your local Boy/Girl Scout units, Sportsman's clubs and other civic groups in your area. Just specify that they are intended specifically for young fisherman!

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Well, I don't give away stuff that doesn't work. Unless someone

specifically wants lures to fix up, I wouldn't give those away either.

If you wouldn't use it, throw it away.

8-)

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Well, I don't give away stuff that doesn't work. Unless someone

specifically wants lures to fix up, I wouldn't give those away either.

If you wouldn't use it, throw it away.

8-)

I guess you wouldn't be interested in my Fat Ikas then.  One mans trash is another mans treasure!   :D

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I have a few that I took the hooks off and use them as practice plugs for honing my casting skills.

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Take the hooks off of them and use them to practice flippin and pitchin.

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i have some crankbaits that i dont really want anymore. Ive found some of them and some of them are just old and i was wondering what you all do with old crankbaits you dont use or want any anymore.

Just how old are they?  Before you trash or give away anything, you should check to see if they are valuable from a collector's perspective.  You appear to be a young whippersnapper, however, so "old" may be 5 or 6 years.  

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Take the hooks off. They make great key chains for the boat, lawn mower, etc..

Or hang them from a few feet of line to make slap-toys for my cat!

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