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Muskie Fishing -> Lures,Tackle, and Equipment -> Angry Dragon
 
Message Subject: Angry Dragon
southern comfort
Posted 4/21/2017 10:19 AM (#859107)
Subject: Angry Dragon




Posts: 191


Always looking to try something different. Angry Dragon looks like an interesting combination of bucktail and jerk baits. Does anybody have first hand experience.
tkuntz
Posted 4/21/2017 10:38 AM (#859110 - in reply to #859107)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon




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Location: Waukee, IA
Do they also come with a chatter bait blade?
bigbite
Posted 4/21/2017 12:09 PM (#859118 - in reply to #859110)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon




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Location: Pewaukee, WI
I believe they do Travis. They are not that difficult to make and you can buy the chatter bill separately along with the other materials.
Fishysam
Posted 4/22/2017 8:01 AM (#859233 - in reply to #859107)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon




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SB fishing - YouTube, he is a fishing personality in the last two three month he started fishing for muskies, he uses it about every time out, looks really cool bladed swim jig, big hairy, rubber. This guy is good at labeling his Muskie hunts i ii iii iv v...
Fishysam
Posted 4/22/2017 8:04 AM (#859234 - in reply to #859107)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon




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1:30 into this clip he is holing it it really does look cool. https://youtu.be/U8K6xzjHwVU
T3clay
Posted 4/23/2017 9:55 AM (#859290 - in reply to #859107)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon





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Anyone have a link for what you would use for a chatter blade? I worry about the strength of chatter blade
Tnatod7177
Posted 5/4/2017 7:51 PM (#860768 - in reply to #859290)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon




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The new chatterblade that we designed is heavy duty stainless steel. The old musky chatterblades used a thin metal and eventually snapped off. The ones on the angry dragons now are thick heavy duty blades with points running down the bottom. The points on the blade clack the side of the head of the bait.
jdsplasher
Posted 6/4/2017 12:00 PM (#863853 - in reply to #860768)
Subject: Re: Angry Dragon





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The chatter bait That first came out several years ago, had some really nice shake to the bait. Problem was, a very weak blade, and hole placement for the attachment was very close to the edge, which caused several blades to fail. Lost fish, and Heartbreak. I liked the bait, BUT just did NOT trust it!!!

Yes, blades can be purchased, BUT, they are not built like the dragons blade. 

The Angry Dragon has a .020 stainless blade, SO thicker, and the Hole attachment is spaced well inside the edge, SO slim to none chance that it would Fail.

I was glad to see someone  address the issues of the chatter bait design, and build something stronger. I believe the Dragon gives you that support.

I purchased a few at Smokeys on Pewaukee. Raised several fish on the bait, After attaching one of my BAT's. Here is a short clip of the bait in action ......

JD

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TpnD6x4J1uM

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