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Hello gang check this out. A few of my larger swimbaits went swimming in mexican waters and a 100 pound yellow fin tuna decided to eat my bait. Now the hook in this bait was not designed to be fished on these larger monster tuna but this feedback was awesome it has now given me some insight as to insert a hook that will withstand the brute force of these monsters. Those fish will soon be in those boats. In this picture you will see a standard Mustad 6/0 heavy gauge jighook that the monster fish straighten out with no problem. Per the anglers story he fought the monster for 25 minutes and the fish was at deep color before the hook went straight. The great new is that the fish found my handmade lure good enough to eat. All of this hard work is starting to pay off and has given me more of a motivation in perfecting my lures. Till next time gang.

BP


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    basementwormz
    Jan 07 2012 02:10 AM
    nice! nothing like hooking into a fish on something you hand made. and that swimmer looks good too.
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    Basscandy92040
    Jan 16 2012 09:50 AM
    Nice Pancho...
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    mark poulson
    Jan 26 2012 10:28 AM
    Congrats. Finding a stronger hook is a lot easier than coming up with a lure that gets bit!
    great . im going to Thailand in a few days .. il bring some of my plasics aswell , and maybe i have to rethink when it comes to hooksize
    great swimbait bytheway