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Tm CustomsTue Dec-27-05 09:42 PM
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#1122, "New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"


  

          

Wow you cant even get them on ebay thsi cheap sweet

http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/descpageESB-EESD.html#

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
http://www.calfishing.com/gallery/v/members/tmcustoms/

  

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RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, cst, Dec 27th 2005, #1
RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Tm Customs, Dec 27th 2005, #2
      RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, cst, Dec 28th 2005, #3
           RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Tm Customs, Dec 28th 2005, #4
                RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, supermat, Dec 28th 2005, #5
                     RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Tm Customs, Dec 28th 2005, #6
                          RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, supermat, Dec 28th 2005, #7
                               RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Urban, Dec 28th 2005, #8
                                    RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, swimbait, Dec 28th 2005, #9
                                         RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Tm Customs, Dec 28th 2005, #10
                                         RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, supermat, Dec 29th 2005, #11
                                         RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Urban, Dec 29th 2005, #12
                                              RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, magmaster, Dec 29th 2005, #13
                                                   RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, foofisher, Dec 31st 2005, #14
                                                        RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, magmaster, Jan 01st 2006, #15
                                                             RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, Tm Customs, Jan 01st 2006, #16
                                                                  RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, magmaster, Jan 02nd 2006, #17
RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW, bass coyote, Jan 14th 2006, #18

cstTue Dec-27-05 10:22 PM
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#1123, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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im confused, does it swim sideways or is that some special kind of lip?

  

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Tm CustomsTue Dec-27-05 11:01 PM
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#1124, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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I assume it swims like a reguar bait but that lip is kinda weird?

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
http://www.calfishing.com/gallery/v/members/tmcustoms/

  

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cstWed Dec-28-05 12:16 AM
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#1125, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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from that picture it looks like one eye is on top and the other eye is on the bottom like a fish swimming sideway but the lip is on the "normal" way.

  

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Tm CustomsWed Dec-28-05 12:34 AM
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#1126, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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I dont think it is on sideways because the joint would have to be the oppiste way also?

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
http://www.calfishing.com/gallery/v/members/tmcustoms/

  

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supermatWed Dec-28-05 02:43 AM
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#1127, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Wow,
That bait is UGLY! I've seen some of their other stuff and liked it but that thing just doesn't quite do it for me.

Matt

  

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Tm CustomsWed Dec-28-05 02:49 AM
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#1128, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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It looks more like a minnow I doubt alot of the trout bait guys will like it much

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
http://www.calfishing.com/gallery/v/members/tmcustoms/

  

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supermatWed Dec-28-05 09:55 AM
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#1129, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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I'm not a trout guy pursay, I was looking at it as a possible clearlake bait as a hitch imitator or something similar but those paint jobs are pretty bad. I suppose you could purchase one and get it repainted though since the price tag isn't horrible. Then again, with that much work just buy another bait! lol.

Matt

  

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UrbanWed Dec-28-05 01:57 PM
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#1130, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Its a waste of money.

  

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swimbaitWed Dec-28-05 10:49 PM
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#1131, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Steve, Matt, have you guys even fished one? I haven't, but I hear they are def. not a waste of money. No it's not a trout bait but... I'm actually annoyed I didn't order one b/c I was out of town and not paying attention and it looks like they are dust now, doh.

  

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Tm CustomsWed Dec-28-05 11:42 PM
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#1132, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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They look sweet to me aswell I think its a killer minnow immitator. Just curious why you guy's dont like them what do you guys see wrong with the paint jobs? I am in no way saying your wrong just curious mabey I am missing something?

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
http://www.calfishing.com/gallery/v/members/tmcustoms/

  

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supermatThu Dec-29-05 08:37 AM
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#1133, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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I've not fished it, I'm just going off my opinion of the paint job itself. I've no idea if they're fish catchers I just don't like their appearance much. To each his own.

Matt

  

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UrbanThu Dec-29-05 10:09 AM
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#1134, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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First, it doesnt appear to be a big fish bait. Second, I have other baits that are less exspensive and likely more effective at targeting the size fish that the evergreen is targeting.

So, although it may be a good bait, it really has no place within my aresenal for what Im interested in catching.

However, if somebody wanted to give me one I would be more than willing to try it out:P

  

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magmasterThu Dec-29-05 12:35 PM
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#1135, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Damn the secret is outx(

  

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foofisherSat Dec-31-05 01:52 PM
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#1144, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Yeah damn, secret got out soon! It's one of those S-motion baits, gotta couple and is a fish catcher. No trophy bait, but for bigger than average stuff. I've heard it's taken some big smallies in Japan. For those interested, there are few other similar baits, the Sride by Jackall and also Shimano's Triple Impact Sride (yeah, same name). These can be found on ebay. One mod they do in Japan to get a similar motion is to take a Castaic snap bait, shave the lip off, and add a sticker weight up front. You can also do this with a Monster Jack. Anyways, the 8" Triple Trout will get you both big and smaller fish!! Happy New Years, I guess this is my once a year post!

Foofish

  

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magmasterSun Jan-01-06 07:07 PM
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#1151, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Don't forget to turn the eyelet 90 degrees to get the truer "S" swim out of the baits. Modiefied some hard baits with weight and turning the line tie eyelet 90 degrees.

  

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Tm CustomsSun Jan-01-06 07:34 PM
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#1152, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Dan can you give a report about the bait I would like to know more about it
Thanks

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
http://www.calfishing.com/gallery/v/members/tmcustoms/

  

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magmasterMon Jan-02-06 09:39 PM
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#1155, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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It's a slow sinking bait that swims in an "S" pattern on retrieve. When it sinks it sways back and forth in the S manner but it isn't as exaggerated. I'm not sure what the sink rate is but very close to a Hudd 5. I have had success on varying my retrieves. Definately a solid bait but it will take a little time to find the sweet speed and swim patterns to get bit.

  

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bass coyoteSat Jan-14-06 06:17 AM
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#1177, "RE: New Evergreen Swimbaits at TW"
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Heres a link to a video clip of the bait in action . I didn't think it looked very impressive to me (but I'm not a bass)


http://swimbaitjunky.hyperlinks.jp/tackle/esdrive/esdrive.html

  

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