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Offline hawgthumper

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New use for my swimbait head mold
« on: 10/03/20 08:48 UTC »
So I had another what if moment and this happened. I added a buzz bait frame to the swimbait head and got the BuzzNSwim. I’ll be giving them a good workout at Guntersville next week.

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #1 on: 10/03/20 09:12 UTC »
They work well.... I have been making spinnerbaits and buzzbaits from that mold since it came out...  ;D

Offline Lines

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #2 on: 10/03/20 12:57 UTC »
Good luck hawgthumper. I'm about an hour and twenty minutes from Guntersville. I'm 15 minutes from Neely Henry.
Nice looking buzzbait you have there.
« Last Edit: 10/03/20 12:59 UTC by Lines »

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #3 on: 10/03/20 15:38 UTC »
Looks like a winner send pics after your trip.
May your days be filled with sun shine and you always have a tight line. AMEN

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #4 on: 10/03/20 15:39 UTC »
Good luck hawgthumper. I'm about an hour and twenty minutes from Guntersville. I'm 15 minutes from Neely Henry.
Nice looking buzzbait you have there.
Thanks Lines! I’ll be there fishing in Kayak Bass Fishing National Championship. It should be a good time. Judging from the Elite Series tournament it may be a tough bite though. Hopefully the fish will get used to the colder weather and turn on.

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #5 on: 10/03/20 15:40 UTC »
Looks like a winner send pics after your trip.
i will WW!

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #6 on: 10/03/20 19:38 UTC »
Get that championship there I know you can DO-IT!!!!!!!!! 8)
May your days be filled with sun shine and you always have a tight line. AMEN

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #7 on: 10/03/20 20:25 UTC »
That looks good.

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #8 on: 10/03/20 22:04 UTC »
Don’t forget the frog for that combo either brother.
May your days be filled with sun shine and you always have a tight line. AMEN

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #9 on: 10/04/20 05:49 UTC »
Cast Ind. sells the drop down offset buzzbait wires... They really work well. They don't show them in the catalog, But That is where I buy mine... Try them.  ;D They offer different wire thickness's, But I like the .051

https://www.castind.com/

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Re: New use for my swimbait head mold
« Reply #10 on: 10/05/20 04:30 UTC »
Cast Ind. sells the drop down offset buzzbait wires... They really work well. They don't show them in the catalog, But That is where I buy mine... Try them.  ;D They offer different wire thickness's, But I like the .051

https://www.castind.com/
Thanks ! I’ll check them out.