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Online Lamar

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Chatterbait Ripper
« on: 01/13/18 14:04 UTC »
  This is one of the chatterbaits I like to fish in the spring. Never tried it with a ripper before.
« Last Edit: 01/13/18 14:07 UTC by Lamar »

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Re: Chatterbait Ripper
« Reply #1 on: 01/13/18 14:19 UTC »
That will get the job done. Nice colors.

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Re: Chatterbait Ripper
« Reply #2 on: 01/13/18 14:42 UTC »
That's a good looking bait, well done.

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Re: Chatterbait Ripper
« Reply #3 on: 01/13/18 15:24 UTC »
I use a ripper made of Mo Milk without the skirt.

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Re: Chatterbait Ripper
« Reply #4 on: 01/13/18 16:24 UTC »
I like it and use something similar.

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Re: Chatterbait Ripper
« Reply #5 on: 01/13/18 16:52 UTC »
I use a ripper made of Mo Milk without the skirt.

  This one has Mo's milk for the belly. Most all my swimbaits have Mo's milk on the belly side. I like the violet hi-lites. Our shad and crawdads have that look so it works well. The blue top is made of 2 drops blue and 6 drops motor oil in 6 oz plastic with some silver flake. Both are 2X colors. I've worked with this blue and I like it. The motor oil just brings out a shine and I like it.

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Re: Chatterbait Ripper
« Reply #6 on: 01/14/18 07:16 UTC »
   The blue top is made of 2 drops blue and 6 drops motor oil in 6 oz plastic with some silver flake. Both are 2X colors.  The motor oil just brings out a shine and I like it.

 Never would have thought to use that combo, going to give it a try.