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Japanese Swimbaits #14083780 08/04/21 06:32 PM
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Ever wonder what secret stuff some of the Japanese Pros have in their boats? Take a sneak peak into Takayuki Koike's swimbait box that he carries to MLF Pro Circuit events. If you have any interest in big baits, glides, wakes and swimbaits, you don't want to miss this. A few nuggets of swimbait rigging secrets thrown in there as well.


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Re: Japanese Swimbaits [Re: Clark Reehm] #14083802 08/04/21 06:55 PM
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Clark, good video. interesting. Where were you born and raised?

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Originally Posted by Frank the Tank
Clark, good video. interesting. Where were you born and raised?


Dad was in the Army. Born in Anchorage, Alaska. Lived all over but ultimately went all for years of high school in Louisiana as well as college therefore my roots are here. Most of my life I have lived in the Arkansas, Texas & Louisiana area.

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I kind of thought you were from the ETex, but you don’t have the heavy accent. Great video. Really cool stuff.

Re: Japanese Swimbaits [Re: Clark Reehm] #14084467 08/05/21 09:13 AM
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Re: Japanese Swimbaits [Re: Clark Reehm] #14084530 08/05/21 12:10 PM
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Good stuff!



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Originally Posted by Ken A.
Good stuff!


I bet he's got another box he ain't showing! He heard about what happened to your swimbait box bang


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Interesting. Some of those simple flat sided jointed (glide baits) swim baits he was showing kinda proves that while fancy realistic paint jobs may catch fishermen it’s (generally) the action and sometimes basic color that makes a fish want to strike the lure.

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