Livetarget Fleeing Shrimp

Discussion in 'Ripped' started by Paparockcal, Jan 24, 2019.

  1. Paparockcal

    Paparockcal Old Dude

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  2. lkatdpelicanfly

    lkatdpelicanfly Lizard Fish Slayer

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    Probably the same fish that would bite a scampi....rockfish, sculpin, lings, spotties...etc. only 1 way to find out..
     
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  3. SSUfish

    SSUfish Well-Known "Member"

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    That would absolutely kill in the bays for Spotties. I wonder how long it'd last before falling apart. Nice find!
     
  4. Paparockcal

    Paparockcal Old Dude

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  5. lkatdpelicanfly

    lkatdpelicanfly Lizard Fish Slayer

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    Live target makes some really nice lures... I have a few of their freshwater cranks that resemble smelt, shiners, crawdad, frogs...that i have yet to try, but they look really good. I was thinking of a similar idea for a shrimp or craw lure...just heat a paperclip...poke a few holes in a plastic of your choice like a scampi...or some craw- creature bait...then insert a few strands of maribou feathers and into the plastic protruding out and glue or melt it in place to look like antennae or other appendages you see on live shrimp and you'd probably get the same effect as thar floating hair of that savage gear.
     
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    lkatdpelicanfly Lizard Fish Slayer

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  7. Paparockcal

    Paparockcal Old Dude

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  8. Paparockcal

    Paparockcal Old Dude

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    It will interesting to see how these lures perform in Florida as they have a lot of interaction between Redfish and freshwater river systems. If there are any Florida fisherman on BD and have used the Livetarget Hollowbody Craw for Redfish I for one would love to hear your experiences. :-)
     

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