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#10830167 - 05/09/15 08:09 AM 7-Question Survey
Mr.PondMan Offline

Registered: 06/01/14
Posts: 88
Hey everyone! Could you take a survey for Clean Water Lures? It's only 7 questions and multiple choice. We buy and recycle old, scrap, torn up soft plastic lures from anglers around the country. For each pack we sell we give ONE pack away to a high school or college angler/team. Thank you!

#10830220 - 05/09/15 08:50 AM Re: 7-Question Survey [Re: Mr.PondMan]
Bobby Milam Online   content
Extreme Angler

Registered: 07/13/14
Posts: 1882
Loc: Arlington
Not on your survey but thought i would add, I don't buy not because of loyalty to another brand but I just don't do mail order for baits unless they are more expensive and I can save enough money to make it worth the wait.

I thought about your company and sending in old lures but I don't go through them fast enough. The few that I have in the bottom of the boat at the end of a trip usually end up in the trash can at the ramp. If there was a collection box at the ramp then I would throw them in there. Getting paid for them really isn't worth the trouble.

#10830404 - 05/09/15 10:32 AM Re: 7-Question Survey [Re: Mr.PondMan]
1442 Offline

Registered: 04/17/07
Posts: 426
Loc: Orange TX
I looked at it.
Only question #4 had an answer that I would choose to be accurate. all the other questions I can't answer with the available choices and feel accurate.
Number one thing to me when buying baits is how many fish can they catch, and I would have to have really high confidence in a product to pay that kind of price.
I can give young'uns baits myself and would want them to have what I think are good baits at a good value, that I myself have confidence in, and feel like they are worth the cost to buy.
I just aint feeling that way about clean water lures at the listed price.
I think what you're doing is great with used plastics and it has to have a positive impact on the environment which is good, and I like the idea of giving back to the young'uns. I just aint gonna pay that much for baits is my biggest problem with this deal.
I'm not trying to be negative and really would like to see clean water lures be succesfull. I just think it could work a lot better if you where selling baits to catch fish at a reasonable cost first. Then give some to young'uns and they may go buy some themselves if they like them, but the current price will limit sales to them in the long run.


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