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Offline Phillippe

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Re: The Ripper....
« Reply #15 on: 05/16/17 03:06 UTC »
That two color is nice. I shot a bunch in pro blue and a few good testogen reviews colors to feed the Smallies in Canada on an upcoming trip. Leaving next week.

They look amazing. I bet they work great.
« Last Edit: 10/09/17 06:01 UTC by Phillippe »

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« Reply #16 on: 05/16/17 09:12 UTC »
Hey Phillippe I see this is your first post, welcome to the forum. We love to have new members joining us in this great hobby! Feel free to ask any questions and also to contribute any comments you have.

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« Reply #17 on: 05/16/17 09:14 UTC »
Indeed. Welcome aboard Phillippe.

Offline Apdriver

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« Reply #18 on: 05/16/17 12:39 UTC »
Those did work great, Philippe and welcome aboard. We look forward to your input. The Smallies and the Pike really liked the UV too.

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« Reply #19 on: 10/03/18 08:56 UTC »
I've had several ask for the pro blue recipe. Smoke on steroids! Here you go fella's.

1 cup Medium Plastic
One drop Lure phenq works blue hi lite
One drop UV Blast do it
2 drops Baitjunkys 3X Black colorant
1/8 tsp. Navy blue hex .035
1/8 tsp .040 black hex

Thank you so much for the Pro Blue recipe. I was looking for it.
« Last Edit: 10/15/18 08:59 UTC by StevenRamos »

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« Reply #20 on: 10/03/18 09:14 UTC »
Welcome aboard Steven! Cook that recipe up and let us see what you've put together!

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« Reply #21 on: 10/03/18 09:20 UTC »
Your welcome, Steven. Welcome aboard. That pro blue is really a nice color.

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« Reply #22 on: 10/03/18 10:21 UTC »
Welcome to the forum Phillippe and Steven great color and real fish catching bait too
May your days be filled with sun shine and you always have a tight line. AMEN

Offline andrewlamberson

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Re: The Ripper....
« Reply #23 on: 10/03/18 16:40 UTC »
Very nice bait! One of my favorite baits and favorite colors.

I've been kicking bass butt the last couple weeks using the Ripper as a trailer on a blade bait made from the Do-it Ultra Minnow spinner mold. Black with blue flake skirt and a blue Ripper (not as nice as yours though).
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« Reply #24 on: 10/04/18 18:16 UTC »
Wow those are cool looking.  I think im going to order that mold here soon.

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« Reply #25 on: 10/04/18 18:34 UTC »
I sample out lots of baits made with Do-It molds and the Ripper, regardless of size, is by far the most popular with the walleye and a few bass guys up in these parts. I've handed out the cnc version and the Essential series baits and it makes no different.....they just love'm. Our cold weather walleye and sauger river anglers really like these baits while there are a lot of big lake anglers who rely on them too. Honestly, I think the Ripper is the smartest bait    Do-It has created. Now if they'd get a 2" or 2 1/2"version on the blocks...... Kyle? Kyle? Are you out there?

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« Reply #26 on: 10/04/18 19:10 UTC »
I sample out lots of baits made with Do-It molds and the Ripper, regardless of size, is by far the most popular with the walleye and a few bass guys up in these parts. I've handed out the cnc version and the Essential series baits and it makes no different.....they just love'm. Our cold weather walleye and sauger river anglers really like these baits while there are a lot of big lake anglers who rely on them too. Honestly, I think the Ripper is the smartest bait    Do-It has created. Now if they'd get a 2" or 2 1/2"version on the blocks...... Kyle? Kyle? Are you out there?

i agree, a 2.5" or slimmed down 2.75" version would be awesome! i love the ripper, both the mold and the bait that comes out. i do with the made a top inject version to make laminating easier, but i would rather have the 2.5" version! i really hope the come out with one soon!
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Re: The Ripper....
« Reply #27 on: 10/05/18 07:10 UTC »
Great post. Nice work on the baits guys! Welcome Steven & Phillipe.

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Re: The Ripper....
« Reply #28 on: 10/05/18 08:44 UTC »
I sample out lots of baits made with Do-It molds and the Ripper, regardless of size, is by far the most popular with the walleye and a few bass guys up in these parts. I've handed out the cnc version and the Essential series baits and it makes no different.....they just love'm. Our cold weather walleye and sauger river anglers really like these baits while there are a lot of big lake anglers who rely on them too. Honestly, I think the Ripper is the smartest bait    Do-It has created. Now if they'd get a 2" or 2 1/2"version on the blocks...... Kyle? Kyle? Are you out there?

Everyone's feedback has not fallen on deaf ears.  No promises, but I can confirm we have done some successful testing on smaller versions in that size range.

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« Reply #29 on: 10/08/18 18:15 UTC »
Everyone's feedback has not fallen on deaf ears.  No promises, but I can confirm we have done some successful testing on smaller versions in that size range.

  Smallies beware !