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I wanted to thank JB lures there size 8 Charmer in orange/chart. glow was instrumental in getting 3 nice gills for our team to weigh in at the NY Trap Attack. This jig was slammed by the big gills we weighed. We finished in 23rd which is our best showing thus far. Thanks JB Lures!

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Tim,

another one to look at is their new JBs Ju Ju. Very small profile and quick dropper. I've been popping the gills and some very nice crappies with it as well.

Crappie caught with a JB Lures Ju Ju

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JB Lures Ju Ju

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It looks good but the picture doesn't do it justice. It looks wider in the pic than it really is.

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well said Rick.. what I like most about the Ju-Ju.. it has 3D eyes... so much is talked about how fish relate to the eye of their prey. So many lures have eyes painted on.. This thing has them sticking out to the side, just asking to be smacked!

They also come with a red hook... and its large for the size of the lure, wich gives it a very good hit to hook up ratio.

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I recently bought a pack of JB Lures bobber stops. I have finaly found a bobber stop that works. This is the only kind I will buy now. I highly recommend them.

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They do such a great job with all the product that they have as a company. There great people, and back up there product 100%

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Rick and I were fishing a week ago and he spanked me bad using those JB Ju-Ju's. They were the ticket that day and I will be adding some to my tackle bag for sure. smile.gif

I can"t be having Rick spank me in the fishing department anymore. frown.gif

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want to say thank you jb lures glow demon jiggin spoon which i caught 15 inches slab in metro lakes .. thanks!

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Anyone know any stores around the st cloud area that carries the Holie Angels? I've checked local spots including Prince Bait and they all look at me funny when I ask for them. Like to try some out but don't do the credit card thing so I can't get them online. Any options?

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I know Gander and Fleet carry a lot of the JB Lures. Although I didn't look close enough to see whether they had the Holie Angel or not.

You could give JB Lures a call and see what you can arrange as well. They are very good at working with you.

JB Lures

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Nice fishies Dietz. cool.gif I called and got a order of JB lures and the shipping was lighting fast and the jigs look great.

I got some ne Ju-Ju's and they are going to catch many fish.

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Deitz,

Your not the only one that got into some Largie fun with JB Lures. Here's one taken yesterday on a 1/16 Gem'n Eye with a minnow head.

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Did anyone tie anything on other than a Rattling Varmit this year? These babies are worth there weight in gold for walleyes! (apparantly they are pretty good for panfish too!)

I had a hard time finding them in stores this year. My guess is with the positive response you will be seeing more of these on displays next year.

mw

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Opps I just answered my own question. I had a few good nights with Gem'nEyes and on my one trip to Mille Lacs the Angle Eye was the ticket.

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