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A first for me. Used a few different lures and had one hit.

Decided to use my #5 Vibrax which doesn't get much use.

First cast fish on, a sheephead of all things.

Well at least I know I won't have the white stripe today.

Second cast same area, pike on, nice size as well.

A few more casts and nothing. Moved around using different

lures, after a half hour, back to the earlier spot, and yep, put the Vibrax back on.

Few casts later another pike. Nice I thought.

Few more casts yet another pike.

Feeling pretty good, that's for sure.

Decided to change areas, and keep the vibrax on.

One more fish to finish the day, an bass.

All fish caught on the Vibrax, a first for me.

T'was a good day on the water.

 

:Gonefishing::)

 

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Nice combo of fish there Dan !   I believe the Vibrax type lures with the spinning blades really attract fish . Years ago we used  Mepps with buck tail and worm for big walleye at Sand Banks .....just drifting and casting .

I was doing the Dalhousie Tour today and some carping ....one 4 one....

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3 minutes ago, мормышка said:

Good you went out. Beauty day for fishing. Its not over yet.

Yeah, after we met up this morning, you were right, get out there

and give it a go.  

Sure glad I did :)

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5 minutes ago, smerchly said:

Nice combo of fish there Dan !   I believe the Vibrax type lures with the spinning blades really attract fish . Years ago we used  Mepps with buck tail and worm for big walleye at Sand Banks .....just drifting and casting .

I was doing the Dalhousie Tour today and some carping ....one 4 one....

Was a good day out there for sure Bill. Glad to hear you got one as well.

 

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23 hours ago, Darryl L said:

We went to lake nippising this summer. We almost exclusively used vibrax spinners (gold, silver, red) and absolutely cleaned up on the pike. Amazing lures, the pike just eat them up! 

I use to use them a lot in the past with pretty good success. For some reason got away from them,

with all the other tackle available. Will definitely be using them more.

:Gonefishing:

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5 minutes ago, knightfisher said:

I use to use them a lot in the past with pretty good success. For some reason got away from them,

with all the other tackle available. Will definitely be using them more.

:Gonefishing:

I was checking them out at CanTire today ...prices are insane . Other large spinner baits with buck tails cost over $20 with tax . I know a guy who could make copies at 1/4 that cost ....:rolleyes:  ( no tax)  :D

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10 minutes ago, smerchly said:

I was checking them out at CanTire today ...prices are insane . Other large spinner baits with buck tails cost over $20 with tax . I know a guy who could make copies at 1/4 that cost ....:rolleyes:  ( no tax)  :D

It seems alot of people are going that route. While walleye fishing at nichols marina in May I met a guy who makes custom swim baits and jig heads for cheap. Bought about $20 worth and they were as good as the store bought ones. Caught some huge walleye with them too. 

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