#1639, "Just like to introduce myself and my custom baits"
Hey gang, very nice site. I checked it out after I recieved an email from one of your regulars Matt Allen inquiring about my baits.
I am the owner and artist of muskysnax.com and I primarily make wooden musky glider jerkbaits and crankbaits in very realistic patterns. It turns out that many of these baits are also great for large bass, both fresh and saltwater species.
I'm not sure if it's appropriate to ask anyone interested to check out my baits here in this forum so forgive me if I'm outa line. I'd love to hear some comments and ideas for new patterns that might be great for your big bass. I know Matt suggested that I do some trout patterns which I can certainly do upon request. If you have any ideas or suggestions, please email me at email@example.com
#1640, "RE: Just like to introduce myself and my custom baits" In response to Reply # 0
Welcome to the board This forum is all about mfgr's and retailers getting a chance to talk about new product, product they have available, new colors, sales, etc so you are absolutely in the right place.
If you want to post some pics of your baits, just copy and paste the link to the image into your post, then hit preview to make sure it works before you post it. Looks like you have some cool stuff on your site.
#1643, "RE: Just like to introduce myself and my custom baits" In response to Reply # 3
Very impressive. I'm going to try to make another Musky trip in the middle of October. I'll have to look up some of your baits. They should be all over the glide baits and jerk baits around then. I assume you make a cisco color right?
#1648, "RE: Just like to introduce myself and my custom baits" In response to Reply # 6 Fri Sep-01-06 10:19 AM by Snax
Thanks for the feedback guys, much appreciated. I'll get to work on some Trout pattern gliders asap and post them to see what you think.
I nearly caught a big bass on a 14" long Cisco prototype when it was little more than a carved out and weighted piece of wood! Up in Canada where I live a "big" laregemouth bass is about 5 or 6 lbs. You guys have bass there that could probably swallow ours!!! lol
Of course, I do catch fish that could eat those too...
#1651, "Questions for snax" In response to Reply # 5
Those baits have incredible paint jobs. How do the paint jobs hold up to the toothy critters you guys go after? Also, what exactly is a glide bait (same as a spook?). How deep do those crank baits of yours dive?
I think many of us would be interested in 10" to 12" inch baits painted like a washed out rainbow.