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    yes it does,not my design but,a friends,he started making lures this past season and came up with it.
    he gave me 2 that were similar and then another he came up with a large one with a cool design,will share pix of it when I finish it.
    oh yeah,I kinda changed the way he intended it to be built,I flipped it over,,the top was supposed to be the bottom.
    Takes a Big Man to sling Big Wood,,,,boys sling plastic,,,,,,,

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    Takes a Big Man to sling Big Wood,,,,boys sling plastic,,,,,,,

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    a gibb's trolling lure I'm building for a friend.
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    a few new pieces.
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    oval bodied hound dog.
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    narrowed nose hound dog.
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    a gibbs troller I built for a friend,I didn't turn it,someone else did I just built it\painted it pink chocolate.
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    dug out my old glass St Croix LMB rod,under that sits my old daiwa GS-13,,yeah,it needs a bath for sure.
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    2 hook hound dog swimmer.
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    fat mullet I did up for a trade on the west coast.
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    hound dog done in orange over pink chocolate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip-Plugger View Post

    a gibbs troller I built for a friend,I didn't turn it,someone else did I just built it\painted it pink chocolate.
    Did you ever cast these in an inlet or something similar? Wondered how they might do if your not trolling them from boat? thanks

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    How weird is that? In the waters by us we would love to have all them stripers. Up in canada they have so many they are eating the salmon? Global warming or something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostatsea View Post
    Did you ever cast these in an inlet or something similar? Wondered how they might do if your not trolling them from boat? thanks
    oh yes indeed,one of my fave swimmers was a large gibbs like this one although it was white.
    that was back when I first got into fishing salt.
    at that time there were no bass around just very large gators.
    they ate that gibbs down quite a bit,it had lots of it bitten away.
    it finally wore out and I put it in my closet but,lost it somewhere.
    they are very effective in current.
    just cast acros the current,let it ride the tide waay out then engage the reel and hole it a while,when your line becomes close to straight roll it home slow\steady.
    the fish will let you know when to swing.
    Takes a Big Man to sling Big Wood,,,,boys sling plastic,,,,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostatsea View Post
    How weird is that? In the waters by us we would love to have all them stripers. Up in canada they have so many they are eating the salmon? Global warming or something else?
    indeed true,,I prefer to use the term climate change since we are in a different point in earths precession,,,or is it procession??,,,anyhow,we will be seeing a redistribution of fishs' migrations that prolly true.
    maybe we will even get some channel bass up north sometime soon.
    Takes a Big Man to sling Big Wood,,,,boys sling plastic,,,,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip-Plugger View Post
    oh yes indeed,one of my fave swimmers was a large gibbs like this one although it was white.
    that was back when I first got into fishing salt.
    at that time there were no bass around just very large gators.
    they ate that gibbs down quite a bit,it had lots of it bitten away.
    it finally wore out and I put it in my closet but,lost it somewhere.
    they are very effective in current.
    just cast acros the current,let it ride the tide waay out then engage the reel and hole it a while,when your line becomes close to straight roll it home slow\steady.
    the fish will let you know when to swing.
    you can engage the reel at any point to find out if there are any fish spread out over the area your cast can reach.
    Takes a Big Man to sling Big Wood,,,,boys sling plastic,,,,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rip-Plugger View Post
    indeed true,,I prefer to use the term climate change since we are in a different point in earths precession,,,or is it procession??,,,anyhow,we will be seeing a redistribution of fishs' migrations that prolly true.
    maybe we will even get some channel bass up north sometime soon.
    We do get quite a few redfish in cape may and delaware bay in the summer. I think they are also called channel bass as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seamonkey View Post
    We do get quite a few redfish in cape may and delaware bay in the summer. I think they are also called channel bass as well.
    that's good,I have heard they are very good eating,,never saw one before but,would love to catch one and try it on the table.
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    Nice job. Some of those piugs are so fat dude! I guess you are just lobbing them out there and crawling in slowly?

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