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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Unusual Rockfish Lures  (Read 1354 times)

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scottymeboy

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I would lean towards the box wrench.   :smt001 Any pics of fish caught on your lure creations ?

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 Here’s a Santa Jig I caught a 28” Ling on to win the virtual holiday tournament couple years ago.
That won me 4 lbs of smoked Salmon! THANKS Raydon 😊

That's awesome! Santa riding the Branson RoadKill Swimbait! I'm stealimng that photo  :smt005
Glad you like that one Mike, that one will be good for business,,, it’s a winner!!
 here’s another trippy lure I made last year,My friend was walking his dog and found a minion toy and said
I bet Scotty can do something with that.
It looks like a friggin underwater parade when it’s coming at you :smt006

A little over two weeks to go home :smt002
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Great ideas.   I am sure they will work.  Love the wrench.
I have been tying flies with doll or wig hair and the ling and rf love them.
Sometimes I have been attaching my flies to any heavy junk for extra fast sink.
I use gift wrap metallic ribbon
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I noticed some struts in the metal junk pile at work and they turned into these Homemade Ling Bars.
The big one is 9 in.-8 oz.  The small one is  5 in.- 6.5 oz...
A piece of squid , a little jiggin and it should be Ling on!!!
Hope they work...
Should know in 1 1/2 weeks :smt002
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Those look cool. They are gonna catch something real soon :smt002


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We did a junk jig team challenge Team C.O.D versus  INSAYN Fishing Team. Rules were only hooks, snap swivels,and line allowed no other traditional tackle allowed. Here’s a few of mine.
« Last Edit: April 05, 2018, 09:18:25 PM by Mojo Jojo »


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Plastics Lures that’ll possibly snag and litter the ocean floor??? Maybe we should limit our waste down to lead and metal hooks.


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Plastics Lures that’ll possibly snag and litter the ocean floor??? Maybe we should limit our waste down to lead and metal hooks.

Ooh Herbert....you party crasher....they gonna get you for that one.   :smt044 :smt044
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We did a junk jig team challenge Team C.O.D versus  INSAYN Fishing Team. Rules were only hooks, snap swivels,and line allowed no other traditional tackle allowed. Here’s a few of mine.
Holy Crap... and I thought I got creative :smt003
I see an old window crank on one and a air hose coupler plus some random stuff... NICE!!
Did you ever catch anything in them Yo Jo???

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Old Keys on a loop of steel cable with hooks on either side got um up all fired up!!!
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We did a junk jig team challenge Team C.O.D versus  INSAYN Fishing Team. Rules were only hooks, snap swivels,and line allowed no other traditional tackle allowed. Here’s a few of mine.
Holy Crap... and I thought I got creative :smt003
I see an old window crank on one and a air hose coupler plus some random stuff... NICE!!
Did you ever catch anything in them Yo Jo???

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No we never got to the on the water challenge. I intend on dropping them this season to see what I can “crank” up for a “trophy” fish.


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scottymeboy, do you always put a trailing hook on your swimbaits?  Does it work well and not ruin the action of the bait?  My thoughts behind *not* putting a trailing hook would be to sift through the small bites and get the bigger fish with the larger bite...


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scottymeboy, do you always put a trailing hook on your swimbaits?  Does it work well and not ruin the action of the bait?  My thoughts behind *not* putting a trailing hook would be to sift through the small bites and get the bigger fish with the larger bite...
Hey Jackson
No I rarely put the trailing(stinger) hook but thought it may help my hook up rate...I’ve had alot of chewed up swimbaits and figure it may help ( and it has) catching fish that don’ get the jighook.
Not sure of the swim action??
I’m experimenting all the time with random stuff and ideas.... hoping someday to get into the 40” club :smt002

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