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#5091601 - 07/14/10 09:33 PM best plug knocker?
its a fluke Offline
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Registered: 02/15/08
Posts: 1958
Loc: mckinney tx
deep diving crank season, need to buy a good plug knocker to unsnag my big biats. whats the best one?


Edited by its a fluke (07/14/10 09:34 PM)
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#5091795 - 07/14/10 10:15 PM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: its a fluke]
NRHmike Offline
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Registered: 03/06/04
Posts: 480
Loc: Denton County Texas
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#5091857 - 07/14/10 10:36 PM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: NRHmike]
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Registered: 10/31/04
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Loc: San Diego, Ca/ Sanger, Tx
1-2 ounce weight with a paper clip. cheap
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#5092213 - 07/15/10 04:35 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: Mike Keenan]
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Loc: Bedford, TX
ask robby...
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#5092278 - 07/15/10 05:49 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: senko9S]
FishStory Offline
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Registered: 03/05/03
Posts: 180
Loc: Garland, Texas, United States
i've heard of people using old spark plugs
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#5092290 - 07/15/10 05:59 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: senko9S]
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Originally Posted By: senko9S
ask robby...



LOL! LOL! I'm dyin' here.....DYIN!!!! rolfmao

"Ask Robby" LOL! LOL! DYIN' I tell ya!


Ain't that the guy that.....I mean isn't he the guy that.....uhhhh, the guy that...........I forgot!! bouncy bouncy
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#5092445 - 07/15/10 07:27 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: senko9S]
Mike_Soriano Offline
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Registered: 06/08/08
Posts: 4817
Loc: #26
Originally Posted By: senko9S
ask robby...


bolt

thats funny right there.i wonder if he fled to canada.

two 1oz pyramid weights and a paperclip.
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#5092931 - 07/15/10 09:47 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: FishStory]
Barn Offline
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Registered: 05/17/02
Posts: 1906
Loc: McKinney, TX
Originally Posted By: FishStory
i've heard of people using old spark plugs


I used to use those on big safety pin. Works pretty good.

However, I have had very good results with the one from BPS.

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#5092971 - 07/15/10 09:57 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: Mike Keenan]
z NICK Offline
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Registered: 02/01/05
Posts: 2103
Loc: Lufkin, Tx, Lake Sam Rayburn
Originally Posted By: Mike Keenan
1-2 ounce weight with a paper clip. cheap


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#5092972 - 07/15/10 09:57 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: Barn]
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Registered: 10/21/05
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Originally Posted By: Barn
Originally Posted By: FishStory
i've heard of people using old spark plugs


I used to use those on big safety pin. Works pretty good.

However, I have had very good results with the one from BPS.

Bass Pro E-Z Lure Retriever

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#5093018 - 07/15/10 10:07 AM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: FishStory]
Joefishin Offline
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Registered: 09/29/03
Posts: 12679
Loc: Plano, Tx
Originally Posted By: FishStory
i've heard of people using old spark plugs


You just put a smap swivel on them and clip them to the line. It's a good cheap quick first option. If you can't get them with that, I'd go with the chains and rope type.
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#5094724 - 07/15/10 04:30 PM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: Joefishin]
MLTX Offline
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Registered: 03/01/07
Posts: 446
Loc: Medina Lake Texas
I have been using the one from Academy that kind of looks like a crank bait with chains hanging off of it and the wire hoop. I put it on a camping close line and it works great. I have saved LOTS of baits with it. Normaly the wire hoop slips over the bait and knocks it off what ever it is hung on. The chains dont usually do much but occasionaly catch the hooks and you can tear it loose.
I have actually gotten bushed with a dd-22 at Amistad in about 15 feet of water with a 3 lbr and have used the lureknocker to get it free and get the fish!

ML

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#5094874 - 07/15/10 05:13 PM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: MLTX]
97fordnut Online   sick
Extreme Angler

Registered: 06/24/09
Posts: 1429
Loc: Garland, TX
I still use the David Fritts Gripper Lure retriever tied on with landscape heavey twine spooled on an old abu5500c3 and pistol-grip rod handle. Works great.
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#5094917 - 07/15/10 05:26 PM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: 97fordnut]
ZX225(Radio) Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 05/09/07
Posts: 2114
Loc: Frisco,TX.
We used big used spark plugs cheap.They work!!!!

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#5094977 - 07/15/10 05:43 PM Re: best plug knocker? [Re: MLTX]
trombone Offline
Angler

Registered: 10/04/08
Posts: 254
Loc: waco
I have a large safety pin that has a 1/4 pound weight attached. The pin is tied to an old reel that is loaded with 65 pound braid. This has worked well so far.
Bill

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