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Moss Boss?????

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Just curious to see who else out there uses the ol' Moss Boss spoon? I absolutely love this thing for fishing slop and lily pads.

Brian

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I LOVE the Moss Boss. You can toss that sucker in most anything - and it will fish it's way out.

I love that bait.....

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I've got one, but don't use it often. Maybe I should now.

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yah i have had one in my tackle box for darn near 10 years and it has never been used. lol maybe i should giver a fling this next week it seems really light though does it cast well? also it seems liek its made of plastic and if a northen gets tangled with it they may carve it into a shank lol

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you can cast those things 8 miles....very fun to fish

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The lure is tough - casts a mile and fishes over the thickest stuff. Ooh - when a bass blows up on that thing - yowza....

As far as Northerns tearing it up - I've never had that happen. But if it does - cool! It won't be the first time I had a lure destroyed. It's all a part of the game!

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I usually use a jaw breaker spoon but they sink alot faster being made of metal. Do you let it float down in the pockets, I have head that works well

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Like Frogtosser, I usually use a mepps Timberdoodle or Jaw braker spoon.. I'm not a huge fan of the hook they put on the moss boss...

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I just drag, hope, reel, pull that bad-boy through the stuff. You can let it flutter in the pockets I suppose - but I just like dragging this over the top.

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Shhhh! Deitz,c'mon, man! grin That Timbledoodle has been a killer for me in the past.That, along with the old standby-Johnson Silver Minnow. I got a couple of the Moss Boss spoons, but haven't thrown them in a long time.

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my bad.. nevermind, I dont use the timberdoodle! They dont catch fish!

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