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Muskie Fishing -> Lures,Tackle, and Equipment -> Red October Boo Tube
 
Message Subject: Red October Boo Tube
EsoxWanderer
Posted 3/25/2023 9:11 AM (#1019243)
Subject: Red October Boo Tube




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Anyone have any luck on these? (Flashabou and a blade attachment on the back half).
Ronix
Posted 3/25/2023 12:09 PM (#1019248 - in reply to #1019243)
Subject: Re: Red October Boo Tube




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Yes. Great baits
nar160
Posted 3/26/2023 10:07 AM (#1019259 - in reply to #1019243)
Subject: Re: Red October Boo Tube




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Location: MN
I use interchangeably with the normal mid depth tubes. They seem to work just as good at getting bites. I've caught several fish on them; nothing big yet, but probably just a matter of time. Also caught a 29" walleye on one. They sink a little faster (compared to plastic tube + blade attachment) so the hopping action is a bit more aggressive.
Ogandrews
Posted 3/28/2023 6:31 PM (#1019324 - in reply to #1019243)
Subject: Re: Red October Boo Tube




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Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
I haven’t caught one on the boo tube but I do throw tubes all the time with blade attachments. I build my own out of bucktail wire and a willow blade to get it right in the middle and further back to keep it from fouling on the hook. You can buy hooks with the exact setup I use pretty much, the beaver blade kit. Works great on beavers too. I like that with the blade it slows the whole presentation down and gives it a bigger profile
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