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Muskie Fishing -> Lures,Tackle, and Equipment -> Chatter Baits.
 
Message Subject: Chatter Baits.
Top H2O
Posted 12/6/2018 2:30 AM (#925080)
Subject: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 3474


Location: Elko - Lake Vermilion
Have any of you "Pros" had any success with this Lure ?
When they first came out, I thought that WOW.. great vibration, movement in the water, flashy...
I used a few the first summer they came out without zero success... What say You ?
sworrall
Posted 12/6/2018 7:22 AM (#925084 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.





Location: Rhinelander, Wisconsin
Caught a few on 'em. The largies and smallies on Vermilion really like 'em, by the way...
ToddM
Posted 12/6/2018 11:56 AM (#925116 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.





Posts: 16310


Location: oswego, il
Mostly bass fished with them, I have caught some lake trout jigging them too. I would say they would work fine if you can stand the annoying rod vibration long enough.
Pointerpride102
Posted 12/6/2018 12:26 PM (#925125 - in reply to #925116)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.





Posts: 15626


Location: The desert
How successful were you since you were "without zero success"?
MartinTD
Posted 12/6/2018 1:22 PM (#925129 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: RE: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 922


Location: WI
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Top H2O
Posted 12/6/2018 1:31 PM (#925131 - in reply to #925125)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 3474


Location: Elko - Lake Vermilion
Pointerpride102 - 12/6/2018 12:26 PM

How successful were you since you were "without zero success"?

Oh, Pointer.. Pointer.. Pointer..
ToddM
Posted 12/6/2018 2:29 PM (#925135 - in reply to #925131)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.





Posts: 16310


Location: oswego, il
Top H2O - 12/6/2018 1:31 PM

Pointerpride102 - 12/6/2018 12:26 PM

How successful were you since you were "without zero success"?

Oh, Pointer.. Pointer.. Pointer..


G-mam is winning even with zero success.:-)
thompwater
Posted 12/6/2018 4:59 PM (#925168 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: RE: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 12


Gosh pointer, I hope i didn't ofend u with mi pore spelling and not good word use. i had to quit scool to suport my sick mother and work in the feilds. With my cateracks in my eyes and arthritic fingers, its hard to tipe on my smal cheep fone.
Are you as big of a jackarse in real life as you are on keyboard?
Top H2O
Posted 12/6/2018 5:03 PM (#925169 - in reply to #925168)
Subject: RE: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 3474


Location: Elko - Lake Vermilion
Booom !
I have caught Bass and Pike with this lure but never a Muskie.
Baby Mallard
Posted 12/6/2018 8:06 PM (#925187 - in reply to #925169)
Subject: RE: Chatter Baits.





Lost a real big muskie on Mille Lacs about 12 years ago on a chatter bait.  Otherwise just a couple follows and maybe a couple pike.
true tiger tamer
Posted 12/6/2018 9:32 PM (#925196 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 177


I had high hopes as well without any success. I still think in the right situation they should work, but I guess I never found the right situation.
bturg
Posted 12/6/2018 10:09 PM (#925197 - in reply to #925196)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 533


Great hopes, no success. Conceptually they should work. I think down-sizing the blades would help but they are not so easy to modify. I would like to see a smaller blade, big body version. Think about how hard they pull in the current sizes...HARD, and things that pull hard displace a ton of water making them LOUD. My theory is that they are too loud in muskie sizes.

Someone who makes them ...read this and lets test the theory with some baits for sale.
#notaproanymore:)
ToddM
Posted 12/7/2018 12:03 AM (#925201 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.





Posts: 16310


Location: oswego, il
I think they would work well jigging or a rip pause. I made some heavy one's to vertical jig Lakers and they work. I bought some 4oz egg sinkers to make some.musky sized vertical baits. I made one that has a French blade bucktail and another with a spoon both worked very well.
ToddC
Posted 12/7/2018 8:30 AM (#925213 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 181


Did real well last spring on them with the pre spawn smallies on rock humps. Have had some action with them for muskies but prolly don’t throw them enough recently.
Tnatod7177
Posted 12/11/2018 7:12 PM (#925588 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: Re: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 9


https://youtu.be/t_LcUWYVRcs

Here is the promo video for Angry Dragons. The Musky size chatterbait. This bait has put a ton of fish in many boats.

Right now it comes in three different length sizes.(1.25 oz head, same blade on all 3 sizes)

Next year the micro dragon will be available to retail.( smaller head, smaller blade and smaller body). The blade size for the micro dragon is between a bass size chatterbait and the original Angry Dragon blade.

If anyone has any questions lemme know

Www.tnatackle.com
tenthousandand1
Posted 12/16/2018 9:32 AM (#925998 - in reply to #925080)
Subject: RE: Chatter Baits.




Posts: 17


I unhooked a 40 this year for a bass fisherman in late April on a yellow chatterbait in 4 FOW on the Fox chain. First and last I ever heard of but then again, the guy didn't have any fidget spinners so this was probably the best he could throw out there.
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