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Jerk bait concept

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this is my first jerk bait. I used a circuit board bill and tried out some scrap booking paints.


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Very interesting chin/lip/line tie configuration , ........I really wonder , what your bait does , when jerking it :huh: .

Lots of confusion about that term "jerk bait" anyway , ......in Europe we use it for lipless sinking gliders and floating pullbaits alike , ........but I believe to figure out , what kinda bait the American terminology refers to ,...... something like a "Rapala XRap" , I guess.........just a slender minnow bait with a small lip(approx. at 45° pointing forward) , slowly sinking or suspending and to be fished in a "sweep-and-pause" manner .

greetz , diemai :yay:

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Very interesting chin/lip/line tie configuration , ........I really wonder , what your bait does , when jerking it :huh: .

Lots of confusion about that term "jerk bait" anyway , ......in Europe we use it for lipless sinking gliders and floating pullbaits alike , ........but I believe to figure out , what kinda bait the American terminology refers to ,...... something like a "Rapala XRap" , I guess.........just a slender minnow bait with a small lip(approx. at 45° pointing forward) , slowly sinking or suspending and to be fished in a "sweep-and-pause" manner .

greetz , diemai :yay:

I have to tweak the lip a little more but the general idea of jerk baits is to create an erratic fleeing action or stop and go works to. I tested it last week and I need to adjust the diving action. Its goes off to the side to much. The Xrap baits are awesome by the way I love them all. Thanks Again!:)

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