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Flukes? #13001188
12/21/18 12:59 AM
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Anyone know where to find any solid body flukes? Besides RSR I believe we bought him out!


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Re: Flukes? [Re: DavisGuideService] #13001253
12/21/18 01:51 AM
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I bet if you call Phillip he can hook you up.
Kerry Dugan has been known to pour also.
PM me if you need there numbers or text me at 817-999-1922


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Re: Flukes? [Re: DavisGuideService] #13001276
12/21/18 02:08 AM
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I have been going the salt water route for flukes. I used to order Texas tackle factory trout killers but since they are no longer in production I strted using wedgetails from egret bait company. I can trim the tail if needed.

https://egretbaits.ecwid.com/Wedgetail-EEL-5-c13154070

Re: Flukes? [Re: 44 Diesel] #13001523
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Just curious if there is anything wrong with Zoom flukes? Iíve been using 5-7 inch versions of it that I can buy in my local academy. They seem well made and I can catch several fish without having to change baits.


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Re: Flukes? [Re: RespectTheFish] #13001580
12/21/18 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by RespectTheFish
Just curious if there is anything wrong with Zoom flukes? Iíve been using 5-7 inch versions of it that I can buy in my local academy. They seem well made and I can catch several fish without having to change baits.


If they work and you have confidence in them and they catch fish.... Nothing wrong with them !!

Re: Flukes? [Re: DavisGuideService] #13002053
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Thank you Randy, Clay they work and if it were just me fishing once a week I would't mind. as a full time fishing guide Im going through a lot of these baits. just trying to find a tougher bait that is 2 tone in color.


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Re: Flukes? [Re: DavisGuideService] #13003189
12/23/18 05:47 AM
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Might wanna try using screw lock jig heads if you're not already using them. I have had real good luck making plastics stay on longer

http://stores.mtpocketstackle.com/screw-lock-jig-heads/



https://youtu.be/LjEgT-33LOs



Last edited by 44 Diesel; 12/23/18 06:13 AM.
Re: Flukes? [Re: 44 Diesel] #13004017
12/24/18 02:24 AM
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Thats a perfect design! I'm going to have to get some of those jig heads!


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Re: Flukes? [Re: RespectTheFish] #13006659
12/27/18 04:39 AM
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Thanks for the order Clay. All packed and ready to go in the mail tomorrow morning


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