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Megabass Mag Draft #12661245
03/06/18 11:16 PM
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Any one throw these with any success. What size? Do they run true?


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Re: Megabass Mag Draft [Re: Blindshot54] #12661281
03/06/18 11:42 PM
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Yes. The regular Mag Draft is great most oof the year. Just choose the size that yoo are comtortable throwing and have the right gear to do so. The Magslowl is great in colder water.

Re: Megabass Mag Draft [Re: Blindshot54] #12669177
03/12/18 07:27 PM
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The 6" is not an intimidating size at all, catch a lot of fish under 3 pounds on it. I've only gone up to the 8" and have had decent success on it. I swap out the bottom treble on the Magslowl because that feather is gigantic.

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