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    Default Straight thin flat-tail grubs

    Chet posted this picture of a Mo Magic grub.



    Straight flat tails are my biggest producers and fortunately there other shapes (Mo Magic on the right):
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    All are from injection molds.

    I usually cut the tails shorter when I want a more compact bait:
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    Interesting. Thanks for the pics and post.
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    Good looking baits
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    I like the style of the mo magic baits. I’ve seen them used by some folks on YouTube, Richard Gene among them.
    Listen to your gut over all the other voices.

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    I like the Mo Magic so much I bought the mold. It's one of my go to baits.
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    HI Spoon minnow
    the baits i posted a pic above, they came from Smith Bros baits

    chet

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    I use the ones with that tail type from "Muddy Waters ". Do you rig with the tail flat or blade style ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagle 1 View Post
    I use the ones with that tail type from "Muddy Waters ". Do you rig with the tail flat or blade style ?
    Always blade style for that nice tail flutter and especially with a crappie spin! (Beetle Spin) Caught fish on it today in shallow water! I also cut off the Mo Magic tail and add it to a French Fry stick-worm segment:


    All of the above also can be used with a spinner:
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