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The Encyclopedia of Bait: Today's Best Lures, Rigs and Flies

The Encyclopedia of Bait: Today's Best Lures, Rigs and Flies

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from Herman de Gala wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Dear Sirs,
I am curious where you got that version of the Hula Damsel? It is sporting a rear hook which has been removed. The ostrich herl for the abdomen and the CDC for the legs was a specially dyed by Shane Stalcup. This one had to come from my special reserve.
Thank you for including it your encyclopedia.

Herman deGala

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from samstopp wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

I have caught about 6 bass on the bluegill and i got it off of ebay for only $3.00. It works great!

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from New Age Bubba wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Re: Alabama Rig--weapon is right! Hate to see what the would do if it caught the back of someone's head while casting.

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from hunter4life1985 wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Someone told me that they outlawed the Alabama rig from the BASS master classic that just happened. I haven't seen it officially stated anywhere, but I would beleive it. It is almost like chumming the water for bass!

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from kirkdeeter wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Herman, the Hula Damsel came from Charlie Craven.

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from kb1jop wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

What? No Mepps? Did I miss it?

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from Razofire wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

I though there would be a jig-n-pig for sure!!

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from Marine ATC wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Senkos... 'nuff said.

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from Herman de Gala wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Dear Sirs,
I am curious where you got that version of the Hula Damsel? It is sporting a rear hook which has been removed. The ostrich herl for the abdomen and the CDC for the legs was a specially dyed by Shane Stalcup. This one had to come from my special reserve.
Thank you for including it your encyclopedia.

Herman deGala

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from New Age Bubba wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Re: Alabama Rig--weapon is right! Hate to see what the would do if it caught the back of someone's head while casting.

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from hunter4life1985 wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Someone told me that they outlawed the Alabama rig from the BASS master classic that just happened. I haven't seen it officially stated anywhere, but I would beleive it. It is almost like chumming the water for bass!

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from kirkdeeter wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

Herman, the Hula Damsel came from Charlie Craven.

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from samstopp wrote 2 years 6 weeks ago

I have caught about 6 bass on the bluegill and i got it off of ebay for only $3.00. It works great!

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from kb1jop wrote 2 years 5 weeks ago

What? No Mepps? Did I miss it?

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from Razofire wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

I though there would be a jig-n-pig for sure!!

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from Marine ATC wrote 1 year 12 weeks ago

Senkos... 'nuff said.

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Your guide to today's best lures, rigs and flies from A (Alabama Rig) to Z (Zoo Cougar).

By Joe Cermele, with Will Brantley, Kirk Deeter, Colin Kearns, John Merwin, T. Edward Nickens and Don Wirth.