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prunehands

It's hard to beat Colorado blades for effectiveness and budget.Buy packs of blades, swivels,split rings, and hooks.Look at the ones already assembled and then make your own.Like most things ,the more you buy, the cheaper they become.Army &Navy is probably cheapest.Nikka for the large packs of rings and swivels
spooner


I like a Kitimat SPOON (imagine that)in saltwater anyway, buzz bombs being a close second.
mzmann

Nice lookin golf course hoe there spooner ....Agree with the kitimat spoons/blades bur also blue/sliver or orange gold hammered crocs work decent as well
spooner

mzmann, exactly !!!
on a hammered Croc too.

Kreskin esque LOL
To bad it was foul hooked it was clipped, but
you knew that already

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