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Karma last won the day on October 12

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About Karma

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  • Birthday 11/16/1986

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  1. Jon boats

    Don't get him watching those videos.... you can't stop. Some of them are very impressive others are meh.. and then some I think they would have been better off just buying a used bass boat. Those videos are like internet crack cocaine.
  2. That is an interesting concept. The weedguard would have to go in behind the eye of the hook to allow for a trailer bait, I am thinking that a standard fiber weedguard would be far too large, however a wire weedguard may be possible. I will look into this.
  3. sorry it took me so long to get back to you on this. I had completely forgotten about this. This is just a sample bait we made up for testing purposes. I have also been doing a lot of orders on the new poison tail style chatterbait I am making. They look great and I personally get a better hook up ratio with them. I caught 5 in less than 20 casts the other day on my largest farm pond which is about the size of a football field.
  4. I have seen the face of God.

    They only make them in 1/2 oz, so it has a bit of weight to it. I am not too worried about it in the wind, but I am hoping I will get a chance to test it this weekend.
  5. I have seen the face of God.

    sorry... the name of the product is the Molix Mike Iaconelli Lover Triple Willow Spinnerbait
  6. I have seen the face of God.

    If you have ever fished with me, my love for spinnerbaits will become apparent. They are my favorite search bait. I also find them to be fairly versatile baits. Anyway today I was at Bass Pro in Memphis when I discovered this..... It's like the love child of an Alabama rig and a spinnerbait. I remember the old golden nugget baits of the past, but why did it take so long for something like to come out and why have I not heard of it before?!? I wish I would have had this yesterday. I would need a sling for my arm. They are expensive at BP, $15. I ordered some more online for cheaper, $11... I got them in 3 colors. I can't wait to play with these.
  7. I am on the road in California right now. I have some made up in the shop back home but I was waiting for our ball bearing swivels to come in (should be any time now ) before I mounted the blades on them. I didn't want to make them with the crane swivels, my personal preference. As soon as I get those in I will post some.
  8. I have to admit, I am really loving these new poison tail swim jigs. This is one I made the other day with a custom skirt. I paired it up with one of those yum worms that have the paddle tail on the end. A lot of guys pitch and flip these as well, I can't wait to get on Cordell Hull with this one.
  9. ok I now have the correct menu listed... I hope. I have scanned over it 5/6 times for any errors but I know someone will find one.
  10. oh dang it. I spent hours last night revising that chart and didn't upload the correct one. I will get that done soon. It is supposed to have more wording under it. Customer can choose from either crane swivels or ball bearing swivels. We can also sell them as just the heads if someone is looking to use them as just a plain swim bait jig. for those of you that want to know the difference between the types of swivels... crane swivels are used commonly in spinnerbaits, used in carolina rig set ups... very common general purpose swivel both ends of the swivel rotate but they generally require more speed to get them rotating. Can be found just about anywhere, cheap and easy to replace. ball bearing swivels have one end that doesn't move and have more fluidity in their movement and therefor can start spinning at a much slower speed. I have heard of them failing after a lot of use but imo... you are probably going to lose the bait before that happens unless you are just dragging it across the bottom through the mud, sand and other small debris that can get inside the bearing area.
  11. ok fellers... I have just updated our jig menu, we modified the prices on some items and we added some new items. We have added the new underspins. These are made with Gamakastu hooks and we can paint the heads in any color/colors you like. We are coating these in the same epoxy we use on our crankbaits to protect the paintjob from nicks and abrasions. We now have poison tail swim jigs, customer can obviously select the color of the jig head as well as the color of the skirt and eyes. A chatterbait/bladed version of this is available as well. We are now offering standard round/ball head jigs ranging from 1/32 to 1/2 oz just in time for the fall crappie bite or whatever else you want to use them for!
  12. Ned Rig

    It is also known as the turd rig....
  13. Ned Rig

    I have been watching videos of it online underwater. I guess its kind of like a mini shaky head of sorts as @31Airborne mentioned. Since the clear waters of Dale Hollow can put up a bit of a challenge and get frustrating at times, I thought this set up may be a good approach. I am going to give it a try this coming weekend. I have my cousin coming in town from Georgia and on top of being a Dawgs fan, he is an awful fisherman. I gotta find a way for him to be able to catch something other than a dang bluegill. I am pretty sure I can at least get him to catch a few smallies creek fishing a Texas rigged river bug. He is 30 and still has me tie lures on for him... Anyway, this seems like it may do the trick if he can have the patience to work it correctly.
  14. Ned Rig

    Been researching lots of finesse fishing techniques over the summer and this one is raising my eyebrow... It is supposedly a real numbers catcher, but the quality of the fish vary and you can also catch panfish on it as well. I have watched several videos online, some people claiming that you need to buy the mushroom head jigs and the zman baits designed for it etc etc and then there are the guys I have seen that are just using a regular old panfish style jig head and half of a senko. With that in mind, looking at the rig, I cant help but wonder what the real difference is between this set up and larger curly tail grub rig? It seems that you could can get the same action/effect out of a ned rig that you could one of the larger curly tail jigs.... Anyone fish this that can shed some light on my question?
  15. Blackburn Fork 8-11-17

    Well... I was expecting storms all day and didn't really want to get caught on the lake in a thunderstorm so I grabbed my kid brother, a couple of spinning rods and jumped in the Jeep... we drove about 3 miles down to the Blackburn fork with is a small tributary creek to the Cumberland River that runs through Jackson County. The water was cold and crystal clear, you could clearly see the rock bottom. We stopped at several different locations casting at stumps, old bridge posts with some depth to them along the old dirt and gravel roads. I was throwing a green pumpkin river beaver by strike king (i think) Texas rigged on a 2/0 hook, he was throwing a biospawn 4 inch plasma tail in green pumpkin / chartreuse on a drop shot set up. We had a blast catching these river/creek smallmouth. Something I plan on doing a lot from time to time now on days I want to do something a little different or don't feel like loading up the boat. The water felt good on a hot summer day to!