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Tackle box help

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Tackle box help

Postby royboy » Sat Dec 10, 2005 12:21 pm

[size=18]looking to add and subtract tackle in the old box

looking for a top 10 list of lures to add

saltwater tackle for reds trout etc.
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Postby RudyGomez » Mon Dec 19, 2005 9:56 pm

Johnson Spoons for Reds and Johnny Rattlers for Trout...
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Postby Surffisher » Mon Mar 27, 2006 8:50 pm

x-rap is a great lure

A great site for your boatless fishing needs!
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Postby askipper3 » Sun Jun 04, 2006 6:02 pm

The x-rap is great- my personal favorite lure would have to be a yozuri suspending crystal minnow. But as a stand by i would go with a Top dog for just about anything, that a or a heddom super spook, i like the jr. ///// it nver hurts to have a few spoons too. Also i just purchased a heddon pop n' image jr. and caught 27' snook and 8 bass, along with a few panfish, awsome lure!!
I am 15 and I have a 17 foot sea fox CC. I am a avid fisherman, and I cannot get enough of it!
But i still have much to learn, I'll take all the pointers I can get, but belive me, I can teach some of the most avid fisherman, a thing or too. :-) I specialize in grouper, snapper, snook, tarpon, spanish mackerel, kings, etc. Hit me up if u wanna go fishin!
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Weedless Spoon Fishing Lures

Postby MrStitch » Mon Apr 16, 2007 5:41 pm

RudyGomez wrote:Johnson Spoons for Reds and Johnny Rattlers for Trout...

I've got an even better lure selection for ya.....

For those reds, go here http://www.willylures.com/weedless.htm

Far more options, and those dyed diamond finishes rock! The guys down in the Florida flats area (kayak fishing) has had great success with 'em, and they're fairly priced.

But that ain't all.... There will be an all new weedless spoon fishing lure coming out soon, that certain anglers have been after for years. Can't wait till it lands!
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