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    Has anyone seen the soft plastic lures at barlows with hair or fur in the plastic. I think thatís an awesome idea with a ton of possibilities. Sort of reminds me of jelly and hackle jigs.

    https://barlowstackle.com/rabid-bait...SFkyeFJIIn0%3D
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    Very good idea; one I bet catches on.

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    Thanks for sharing.. These have some great walleye potential. I hope to see these baits evolve.
    I can see myself even modifying some old baits.

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    Rabid Baits | Finesse Fishing Lures
    https://www.rabidbaits.com/
    Last edited by Capt Cormorant; 10-16-2020 at 12:40 AM. Reason: Double post

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    These look like finesse baits for bass, but the idea will be good as long as the price doesn't make them too high! I don't think they will last longer than just the soft plastics, but I have not used one either so not sure. I think anything you can add hair or feathers to it will add action.

    Zell Rowland (bass fisherman) got famous by sanding down the old Pop-R baits and then painting them and adding some Hackle tail in place of the synthetic material tails.

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    Those goby baits will reek havoc on some smallmouth, but I like em all. Great idea.
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.

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