1. They work great with a weighted gap hook. They come in a 3.5, 4.5, 5.5, and 8 inch. But they are very versatile. @Texas_Slam

    1. King_Fisher 0
      Yeah I would guess so but you probaly get more action than a fluke.
    2. potato140607 0
      One cool thing about these is that you can fish them like a jerk bait @King_Fisher
    3. King_Fisher 0
      Yeah I haven't tried the v tail it seems like it may be better for more finesse or sight casting.
    4. potato140607 0
    5. potato140607 0
      Yeah i like the boot tail for calico bass but for large mouth the v tails seem to work better
    6. King_Fisher 0
      Look good I love the boot tail version.
    7. potato140607 0
      Yea i know but i like the v tails better
    8. Sutton Dole 0
      They have those in a boot tail too
    9. potato140607 0
      No problem for a fellow fisherman @Texas_Slam
    10. thefishwhisperer 0
      I just bought a bunch today
    11. Texas_Slam 0
      You goin through all that to help me out thanks again.
    12. Texas_Slam 0
      Thanks man I really appreciate
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  2. Thank you for all the tips you can give

    1. Texas_Slam 0
      No problem.
    2. potato140607 0
      Thanks for everything you helped me alot @Texas_Slam
    3. Texas_Slam 0
      Look up galveston fishing pier. 91st for the locals sorry about that.
    4. potato140607 0
      @Texas_Slam did you mean 61st cuz i cant find 91st pier on google
    5. potato140607 0
      Thanks @Texas_Slam
    6. Texas_Slam 0
      91st cuz the only good fishing spots at SWP are on the rocks and require a decent bull red setup.
    7. potato140607 0
    8. potato140607 0
      Area 91st or SW
    9. Texas_Slam 0
      For bait or what?
    10. potato140607 0
      If you had to choose between the twoo which one would you go with @Texas_Slam
    11. Texas_Slam 0
      Both. Sometimes whiting and spanish
    12. potato140607 0
      For shark or drum @Texas_Slam
    13. Texas_Slam 0
      91st pier fish on the right hand side of the pier with dead bait.
    14. potato140607 0
    15. lucas23 0
      San Luis pass bring surf rods and use mullet and shad
    16. potato140607 0
    17. potato140607 0
      Thanks@drew_hoogendam @MarshFishing
    18. drew_hoogendam 0
      For sharks wire leader with large circle hooks tipped with a live mullet or sand trout
    19. Mario Diaz 0
      yeah seawolf park with some gulp and live shrimp
    20. potato140607 0
    21. potato140607 0
      I gone to seawolf a few times but the weather ruined our planes only caught 2 flounder that week, any other places?
    22. Texas_Slam 0
      Seawolf park is good on the mini pier. Just bring a big rod and a small rod so you dont have to carry a lot
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    1. BurratBurrat 0
      North side. The "T" shaped pier @potato140607
    2. jacob jacob 0
      Still not too good of fishing there
    3. potato140607 0
      The pier on the north side or the submarine side
    4. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      Try some gulp around the pier also
    5. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      That whole area is good chunk some live shrimp or finger mullet on a popping cork or free lining it should be good or crabs cut in half for big drums or reds
    6. AllWaterLife 0
      @BrianScott knows where the flounder are
    7. potato140607 0
      And fishing tips are welcome
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  3. Badonkadonk works great for specks hope i can break this one in

  4. Details: Largemouth Bass with a zoom finnese worm

    At a small creek caught this 21' 7 3/4 pound bass. Very happy

    1. mike hicks 0
      👍👍👍 @potato140607
    2. Calvin Fease 0
      @pastormike I think he's legit. It pretty much dwarfs his leg.
    3. potato140607 0
      Yeah it is it just looks small because of the angle
    4. mike hicks 0
      Not 7 3/4 but nice fish
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