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Old 01-30-2017, 06:00 PM   #1
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Default Yo-Zuri Inshore 3D suspending twitch baits

Just picked up a few of these over at Field and Stream this weekend. Has anyone tried them yet?

http://www.amazon.com/Yo-Zuri-Insho...uri+3D+Inshore

Very similar to the traditional Mirrodine (MR17) and shockingly reasonably priced (they were $7.99 @ F&S). I notice the way they manufactured the rattles, they may actually work. About half the MR17's I buy the rattles don't work out of the package, and others fail shortly thereafter.

I'll get out sometime this week and try them out.
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always have used yo-zuris and just picked up a couple of the new inshore lures myself...yo-zuris have been great 4 me
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If you like those, check out the Monsterbass Slim Jim 110. http://monsterbassusa.com/collectio...s/slim-jim-110


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I too would be interested in a review. I was eyeing them up the other day but wanted to hear some pro's and con's before I pulled the trigger.
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If you like those, check out the Monsterbass Slim Jim 110. http://monsterbassusa.com/collection...s/slim-jim-110


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For some reason, their site does not display a pic of the lure. Did a (Google) search and can't find a pic elsewhere either. Do you have a pic?

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Old 02-09-2017, 10:44 PM   #6
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Default Yo-Zuri Inshore 3D suspending twitch baits

Here's a shot of a couple. These have added sticky weights on the bottom. The lure itself is very detailed and the action in the water is insane, no matter what you do.


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Nice!

I saw those red triple trebles and had a shiver run down my spine. I was kayak fishing a couple of years ago with my son-in-law. I was using one of the larger mirrorlures, something like an SS52 with 3 sets of hooks. I caught a decent red, about 5 lbs, and had it in the yak pulling the hooks out of its mouth while holding the fish. The fish flopped out of my hand and buried one of the hooks in my thumb. The fish was also still hooked and kept flopping, and just kept burying the hook deeper. I had to bear hug the fish with my other arm, but then I had no hand free to try to do anything to get the hook out of me or the fish. My son-in-law heard me screaming a lot of bad words and came over to help. He tried to cut the hook, and broke my pliers/cutters. Ended up having to rip the hook out of my thumb. Made quite a mess out of my thumb.

Anyway, I learned my lesson about trying to get a treble out of a fish using my hands. Now I use 10' long pliers!

I'll have to give one of those a try. Looks like they would be killer. But I'd have to put another color hooks on them else, I'd always have that chill down my spine every time I used them.
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My worst fear. I've had to pull one through before and I don't ever want to do it again. I couldn't imagine being strapped to something with its own agenda, while hooked in my hand. No thank you. Nope.


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