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Jul 19, 2021 17:12:13   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
One more time guys



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Jul 19, 2021 17:15:55   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
Finally!!
Thanks guys!!
Don't know what was happening πŸ˜• my grandchildren now more than I do when it comes to these phones !!
Great fishing to all of you
And safe trips on the water.
Andy
Bassman

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Jul 19, 2021 18:10:29   #
Fish Dancer Loc: Guntersville, Alabama
 
Andy cacciatori wrote:
One more time guys


Thanks Andy. πŸ‘

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Jul 19, 2021 18:42:09   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
Fish Dancer wrote:
Thanks Andy. πŸ‘


I was going crazy πŸ€ͺ trying to send it
If you haven't already used them give them a try.
Good fishing 🎣 a safe trips
Andy

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Jul 19, 2021 22:38:42   #
Fish Dancer Loc: Guntersville, Alabama
 
Andy cacciatori wrote:
I was going crazy πŸ€ͺ trying to send it
If you haven't already used them give them a try.
Good fishing 🎣 a safe trips
Andy


I haven’t used them but I will now. Do you cut a little off the tip?

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Jul 19, 2021 23:06:47   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
Fish Dancer wrote:
I haven’t used them but I will now. Do you cut a little off the tip?


Only when I can't get a good hook in the swim bait. You can't belive the salty taste they have!!
How I know I forgot my scissor βœ‚οΈ and bite a small piece off to get a better hook adjustment.
Let me know you how you like them.
Good luck fishing and safe times on the water
Andy

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Jul 20, 2021 07:47:40   #
Fish Dancer Loc: Guntersville, Alabama
 
Andy cacciatori wrote:
Only when I can't get a good hook in the swim bait. You can't belive the salty taste they have!!
How I know I forgot my scissor βœ‚οΈ and bite a small piece off to get a better hook adjustment.
Let me know you how you like them.
Good luck fishing and safe times on the water
Andy


Thanks, I’ll let you know how I do.

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Jul 20, 2021 10:29:06   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
Fish Dancer wrote:
Thanks, I’ll let you know how I do.


Fish Dancer
I like using them on the points and around the Islands and around rocky areas and when you hang up the get off easy.
Good luck
Good fishing 🎣 and tight lines
Andy

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Jul 20, 2021 13:28:32   #
bapabear Loc: Blaine, Washington
 
Thanks for the photos. I am looking forward to giving them a try.

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Jul 20, 2021 13:29:32   #
bapabear Loc: Blaine, Washington
 
Thanks for the photos. I am looking forward to giving them a try.

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Jul 20, 2021 13:33:03   #
Fish Dancer Loc: Guntersville, Alabama
 
Andy cacciatori wrote:
Fish Dancer
I like using them on the points and around the Islands and around rocky areas and when you hang up the get off easy.
Good luck
Good fishing 🎣 and tight lines
Andy


πŸ‘ thanks

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Jul 20, 2021 15:12:46   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
bapabear wrote:
Thanks for the photos. I am looking forward to giving them a try.


I do well on the points with them and rock walls and rocky Island 🏝.
Good luck and let me know how you with them.
I fish them 3 different techniques I'll cast and reel when it hits the water use a slow retrieve or cast out and count to 5or 10 and a slow retrieve or cast it out and let it Almost hit the bottom and use a slow retrieve. But you know your lakes and what ever techniques you want to use with the structure you have in you have. And if you get hung up don't worry you can usually get it off I head the boat boat to the spot and go past it a little and it will pop off.
Good luck using them let me know how you do

Andy

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Jul 20, 2021 16:35:43   #
bapabear Loc: Blaine, Washington
 
Andy cacciatori wrote:
I do well on the points with them and rock walls and rocky Island 🏝.
Good luck and let me know how you with them.
I fish them 3 different techniques I'll cast and reel when it hits the water use a slow retrieve or cast out and count to 5or 10 and a slow retrieve or cast it out and let it Almost hit the bottom and use a slow retrieve. But you know your lakes and what ever techniques you want to use with the structure you have in you have. And if you get hung up don't worry you can usually get it off I head the boat boat to the spot and go past it a little and it will pop off.
Good luck using them let me know how you do

Andy
I do well on the points with them and rock walls ... (show quote)


Thanks again. Will do on the report

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Jul 21, 2021 19:05:26   #
Yankeeblue Loc: Manchester CT (near Hartford)
 
Andy cacciatori wrote:
One more time guys


Hi Andy, how are you rigging these swimsuits? Is that a jig that comes with the blade attached? Are you using it for crappie, will it be good for bass. Thanks for the help. Stay well and tight lines.

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Jul 21, 2021 19:46:16   #
Andy cacciatori Loc: Modesto cal.
 
Yankeeblue wrote:
Hi Andy, how are you rigging these swimsuits? Is that a jig that comes with the blade attached? Are you using it for crappie, will it be good for bass. Thanks for the help. Stay well and tight lines.


I have been catching Bass with the set up . They come in different sizes and weights, the small jigs have a smaller spinning blade you use a smaller swim bait I'll use a 2" shiner square tail.
I have caught Crappie with them. But I have found out after you catch a fish the bait likes to slid down a bit on the hook. This brand of swim baits is very soft and lots of salt injected πŸ’‰ in it.
So carry some super glue and put alittle on the front of the shafts of the hook. I have been using this set up the last 7or 8 times out
And have been doing very well.
Hope you give them a try and good luck with them.
I get them at Turner's outdoorsman it is company here in California.
I'm sure you can go on line
And order from them.
Good luck and safe fishing
Andy
If can't find them let me know.

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