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Gander Mountain's Plastics

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Anyone try Gander's new line of plastics? They basically have their own version of tubes, creature baints, senkos, frogs, and more. I went there during the same time they were just putting them out on the floor so I didn't get a chance to see everything they were going to put out. I did picked up a bag of senkos. Never got a chance to use them but I believe they came with 15 or so for $3.99.

I'm happy for the cheap plastics but not to sure about the quality. I'm not too picky tho Considering the price I pay for using wacky rigged senkos all the time.

What do you guys think?

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Usually with gander mountain things whether it be rods and reels or lures or plastics. They are usually name brand goods but made for gander mountain at a cheaper lower price. instead now your paying for the product rather than the name brand. SO they should be pretty descent. i dont know who the manufacturer is for the plastics but i could probably find out.

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I have played around with quite a few of Ganders plastics line and feel they catch as many fish as anything else. The line of shad imitating swimbaits are some of the best out there IMO---very pliable and lifelike in the water. Decent baits at a good price.

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Sportsman's Warehouse has some of their own plastics too. They sell their senko imitations in bags of 4 for 99 cents.

I'll have to check out Gander soon.

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i have been using gander plastics or black magicXXX for a few years now yes a good buy for cheap and now same price but comes with a hook and 7 more in a bag. Good deal. ike

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