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E-manSat Jan-07-06 06:46 PM
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#1161, "Storm Kickin Minnow"


          

Just wondering if anyone has tried this bait. It comes in 4", 6" & the 10" size. It's double jointed like the triple trout & the castaic platinum. So i'm thinking it has a similar action. Thanks...

  

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RE: Storm Kickin Minnow, Tm Customs, Jan 08th 2006, #1
RE: Storm Kickin Minnow, Fishing805Fever, Jan 08th 2006, #2
      RE: Storm Kickin Minnow, Bassin, Jan 14th 2006, #3
           RE: Storm Kickin Minnow, Tm Customs, Jan 14th 2006, #4
                RE: Storm Kickin Minnow, supermat, Jan 14th 2006, #5
                     RE: Storm Kickin Minnow, Fishing805Fever, Jan 15th 2006, #6

Tm CustomsSun Jan-08-06 09:07 AM
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#1162, "RE: Storm Kickin Minnow"
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WOW that bait is UGLY I give it 2 thumbs down. Wasnt there a bait on tv a few years back that looked just like that?

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

  

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Fishing805FeverSun Jan-08-06 12:06 PM
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#1163, "RE: Storm Kickin Minnow"
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yeah it called a kicktail shad ,or something like that those were crappy and im told they fall apart easy.

  

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BassinSat Jan-14-06 02:48 PM
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#1178, "RE: Storm Kickin Minnow"
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Hey Brian,

A friend of mine told me about these, said he has been getting the spots to hit em. I have been throwing the river2sea shad imitators for spots alittle, with no success yet (its hard to put the jig down).Anyone have any other suggestions of 4"- 5" swimbaits that mimic a shad?

  

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Tm CustomsSat Jan-14-06 05:41 PM
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#1179, "RE: Storm Kickin Minnow"
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Bassin the storm (wildeyes) swim better than the river2sea I suggest them over the river2sea for other baits try matt lures bass or bg and the castaic hardhead baits.

Hey let that Bass go I wanna catch her some day
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supermatSat Jan-14-06 11:37 PM
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#1180, "RE: Storm Kickin Minnow"
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If you want a shad imitation there are a lot of guys here who will point you to the saltwater baits but I personally like the smaller sizes of optimums. They're great baits! And to stay on topic... I've never seen the above mentioned bait so I don't know what to think but it reminds me a lot of some of the soft musky plugs.

Matt

  

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Fishing805FeverSun Jan-15-06 08:54 AM
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#1181, "RE: Storm Kickin Minnow"
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I have to say ive had the most success with the small optimums when trying to imitate a shad.
Brian

  

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