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Muskie Fishing -> Tackle and Equipment -> Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"
 
Message Subject: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"
muskie24/7
Posted 5/21/2012 5:33 PM (#561065)
Subject: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"





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Hey Guys, If you haven't tried Anthoneys Hot Tail Gliders, I would add a couple to the arsenal! To me they are a new tool due to the fact that they run deeper than any other glider I own (I own 25 or 30) The eratic roll at the end of each glide is a for sure trigger!! The nice thing is when you pause, they drop 1.5 to 2 feet per second and this is another trigger! I only used them in a river and caught a 38 incher the first 5 minutes of fishing!

Brian
MD slime rocket
Posted 5/21/2012 7:46 PM (#561090 - in reply to #561065)
Subject: RE: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"




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I second that. I have witnessed atleast 10 muskies caught on these baits. I currently have 7 hot tails, And plan to get more. The hot tails have moved fish when nothing else in my arsenal would.

Rocky Droneburg
A nobody from the Potomac river
TheMuskyMan
Posted 5/21/2012 9:18 PM (#561113 - in reply to #561065)
Subject: Re: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"




Posts: 337


Location: Pennsylvania
I currently have 4 of anthony's gliders and the action of them is absolutely one of a kind. The roll of the body when glided is awesome and entices hard strikes and moves fish..
guest
Posted 5/22/2012 12:50 PM (#561243 - in reply to #561113)
Subject: Re: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"


where would one view these baits and purchase them? thnx
esox23
Posted 5/22/2012 1:51 PM (#561250 - in reply to #561243)
Subject: Re: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"




Posts: 267


Location: Right behind you (tap, tap) BOOO
right here - http://muskie.outdoorsfirst.com/board/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=71...

I bought the lemon head one, and agreed the action isn't like any other glide bait I do/have owned.
corey@caverun
Posted 5/22/2012 1:52 PM (#561251 - in reply to #561065)
Subject: Re: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"





Posts: 93


Location: Morehead KY
What leader/rod combo is everyone using to get the best action out of them?
detroithardcore
Posted 5/22/2012 2:55 PM (#561261 - in reply to #561065)
Subject: Re: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"




Posts: 186


Can you work them fast like a HellHound?
Guest
Posted 5/22/2012 3:11 PM (#561266 - in reply to #561065)
Subject: RE: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"


I'm a big fan of Anthony's gliders too. TI XH and fluoro works for me.
RIVER MUSKY
Posted 5/22/2012 3:30 PM (#561271 - in reply to #561065)
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Location: martinsburg wv
I work them the same as i would a hellhound

Anthony Ashby

email [email protected]


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muskymaj
Posted 5/23/2012 1:00 PM (#561472 - in reply to #561065)
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pm sent
Pikiespawn
Posted 5/23/2012 2:07 PM (#561490 - in reply to #561472)
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Posts: 876


Location: Apollo, PA
Well Anthony, you better get another batch up for sale. They look very nice.
bigbite
Posted 5/23/2012 3:09 PM (#561507 - in reply to #561271)
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Location: Pewaukee, WI
Those colors are awesome Anthony!
MuskieCat94
Posted 5/23/2012 6:36 PM (#561554 - in reply to #561065)
Subject: RE: Anthony Ashbys "HOT TAIL GLIDERS"




Posts: 524


Location: Ogden, UTAH 10 minutes from pineview reservoir
What sizes and what do they weigh?
RIVER MUSKY
Posted 5/23/2012 7:06 PM (#561560 - in reply to #561065)
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Location: martinsburg wv
they are 10'' with tail weight is 6.5 oz
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