High-End Spinnerbaits, Swimbaits head with no more superglue and more... VIDEO

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High-End Spinnerbaits, Swimbaits head with no more superglue and more... VIDEO

Postby WB Staff » Sat Feb 17, 2018 10:40 pm

See some of the new Dobyns Baits | High-end Spinnerbaits | Full Line of Swimbait Heads with NO MORE SUPERGLUE | Short Nail Ridged Weight



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Nail weight

Postby Colebass » Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:39 am

I have already used the nail weight in the seiko's and it's great!
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Re: High-End Spinnerbaits, Swimbaits head with no more superglue and more... VIDEO

Postby TheFLY » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:56 am

The spinnerbaits, jigs, swim heads and nails are all phenomenal. Gary is an absolute stickler for details on the stuff he fishes and each of these products were spawned by what he saw as a need in his 35 year fishing career.

The keepers on the jigs and swimmer heads are unbelievable - even on the very softest swim-baits. No glue, ever.

The worm/stick-bait nail is pushes in easier than any other, and stays in. I get so tired of casting 1/8 or 3/16 oz nails out of my baits. I've been using the 1/8 oz Dobyns nail now for a few months and have not had one fly out on the cast yet.

The attention to detail on the spinnerbait is absurd. I could not believe how good it looked and then after fishing it for a just a few casts I knew I'd be ultimately replacing every spinnerbait I own with them. No more cheap rubber bands cracking and losing your skirts on these ... they are hand tied strand by strand and will not come off over the years. The skirts don't foul on the head and the blades spin at the very slowest of speeds.


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