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has become a premier supplier of offshore fishing line, tools and now
lures. These folks listen to fishermen, and produce things
fishermen appreciate. Their line has become a "got to
have" product for inshore and offshore fishermen over the past
couple years, for good reason. These new octopus skirts will also gain a
very solid following based on their quality, economy, and most
importantly fishing success they'll most definitely
earn this year. Whether you're replacing the skirts on some
trolling lures, or rigging up your own lures, daisy chains or spreader
bars, these new lures will
certainly be appreciated.
The lures are
conveniently packaged and priced. They run just $3.99/pack,
and there are eight 2.5" lures, five 4.5" lures, two 7.5
inchers or one 9.5" lure per pack. If you rig your own lures, or figure it's finally time
to re-rig some old favorites, you'll like these a lot.
The new 2.5" baits have been very popular for
guys fishing Baja, trying to make their bait for marlin or larger
grade tuna fishing.
Here's another very trick idea from the folks at
P-Line: Hoochie Inserts. These 5 1/2" long highly reflective
and brilliant shimmering inserts fill out your hoochie,
making the offering all the more attractive to fish. They
feature a plastic head which fits inside the "rubber." You
get much more body, much more reflective flash to your bait.
It's a great idea, and not at all expensive. The inserts are
packed 3/bag. They'll last a long time, too!
These unique products are in short supply.
Rumor has it they will be discontinued. Selection is limited
to what's on hand.
Want to make up some trolling lures using the small
4.5" hoochies? We've got the right lead insert for your
Your Own - Better, Cheaper, and Fun, too!
It's that time of the
year now when locally we're targeting the deeper water stuff. Trips
down to Colonet for rockfish, lings, yellowtail on structure too...and
maybe some white seabass... Regardless of the species, vertical
jigging has it's merits and we'll show off a few great products for
that purpose in the next few offers on this weeks Specials. I've been making up my own assist hooks for
some time, thought others might want to give it a try as well. Darn
easy to do, and you can rig 'em up in 5 minutes time, with only a
needle, the right line and of course a hook. I loaded a couple videos
on our YouTube channel (CharkBait USA), one with more talk and a
shorty - linked above. You can dress the rigs up using
PLine's Small Hoochies or
WPT's skirting material quite nicely,
too. So, this week we're posting a few favored jigs for this
application, and here are the tools you might require should you chose to
give it a try.
There's a long
version of this vid on our YouTube channel (CharkBait
USA), with a bit more discussion...mindless yacking
by me if you have extra time or need to see some