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Interesting New Bait From Berkley


Quillback

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Hmmm. I fooled around with getting plastics to slide backwards, after I bought some of the Keitech tubes that do that. The trick is to make the back end denser and heavier than the front without overdoing it. It's tough to get the colors the same that way, but they certainly have some clever folks over at Berkeley.

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There were 3 lures that came out at iCast 2013 that caught my eye:

1. http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Manns_Three_For_All/descpage-MTFA.html

2. http://www.wired2fish.com/icast-2013-koppers-livetarget-unveils-baitball-lures/

3. http://www.tacklewarehouse.com/Booyah_Boo_Spin_Rig_/descpage-BYBSR.html

I know the last Booyah product isn't anything really new and walleye and troller guys have been using bottom bouncers with cranks and stuff like that for decades but its kinda neat to see it introduced as a bass lure and I can see some of those models being productive at times. Throwing that Boo Flex with some sort of crank attached on long runout points in 30-40 ft of water could be deadly at times.

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