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Unread 08-04-2019, 10:04 AM   #1
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BIL & I are new to the trolling world and now that we some gear what is the proper way to store the soft plastic skirts so they don't get sticky or damaged. thanks
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Used these for years.
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were did you get it?
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Got em' at Outcast or J&M.
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You can get some ok ones off ebay pretty cheap. I ponied up and got some nice ones at bass pro. Makes a difference.
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once they get a bit sticky..any way to reverse the damage...asking for a friend..
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once they get a bit sticky..any way to reverse the damage...asking for a friend..
Re skirt them. Pretty easy to do.
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Check out Tailwalker lures. His shop is in Fort Walton Beach. He has some really sweet lure bags on top of making custom lures with your logo..
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I use the thin crates they use for shipping coca-cola. you can usually find them behind stores by the dumpster. they are stackable so you can put different baits in each. rinse off and its drains through. Won't hold moisture like some of the mesh bags do and easier to get lures in and out of.
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I use the thin crates they use for shipping coca-cola. you can usually find them behind stores by the dumpster. they are stackable so you can put different baits in each. rinse off and its drains through. Won't hold moisture like some of the mesh bags do and easier to get lures in and out of.
Milk\Water\soda crates are illegal to take. By a dumpster or not. Just saying
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