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Voitke_M
Posted 2/16/2023 2:12 PM (#1018124)
Subject: What do you think about this lure concept?




Posts: 3


Hi, everybody!
Can you provide some feedback regarding this lure concept:

https://forms.gle/qSXaea6tjAGRpv7k8
Pikebait
Posted 2/16/2023 4:08 PM (#1018126 - in reply to #1018124)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?




Posts: 105


Location: Alberta Canada
Hard pass and not something that even remotely interests me
Voitke_M
Posted 2/17/2023 2:10 AM (#1018148 - in reply to #1018126)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?




Posts: 3


Thanks for your feedback!
If you know anybody who might be interested in that type of lure, feel free to share the survey link with them
jdsplasher
Posted 2/17/2023 5:27 AM (#1018151 - in reply to #1018148)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?





Posts: 2212


Location: SE, WI.

Poppers, or Chug baits will catch Muskie. You won’t be covering lots of water though. It’s more spot specific or Cast specific when you know exactly where the fish is Set Up!

 Little to Some interest if lure puts out a good pop, chug noise, or maybe some electronic bait sound induced by water!

 JD 



Edited by jdsplasher 2/17/2023 5:30 AM
Voitke_M
Posted 2/20/2023 3:24 AM (#1018227 - in reply to #1018151)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?




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It isn't meant to be electronic bait. The blades are going to turn by the water flow like in a regular buzzbait.
Solitario Lupo
Posted 2/20/2023 10:42 AM (#1018231 - in reply to #1018124)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?





Location: PA Angler
This lure for me would definitely be on price how much is it. The other thing would be reviews for it. How good does it actually work. Just looking at the pic no I wouldn’t buy it.
chuckski
Posted 2/24/2023 4:15 PM (#1018357 - in reply to #1018124)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?




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I have a Legend "Big Eye" it's a Popper bait and I also have a old Mark Windels Popper. I guess if you have a big one spotted a good fishing the spot lure. And not a search lure for sure. On the plus side not too many people have Muskie sized Poppers.
All Eyes
Posted 2/24/2023 9:56 PM (#1018371 - in reply to #1018124)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?




Posts: 131


If you've ever tried to retrieve a popper at any speed, you'll find that they don't swim very well due to the resistance of the mouth cavity. A popper only pops one jerk at a time, and a buzzbait only spins while being retrieved. I'm not sure how this bait would function as both, but might be interesting to try out.
chuckski
Posted 2/27/2023 4:12 PM (#1018411 - in reply to #1018124)
Subject: Re: What do you think about this lure concept?




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The Windell's Popper you can get it to walk the dog.
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