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jdsplasher
Posted 8/29/2018 4:51 PM (#917052 - in reply to #916644)
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Location: SE, WI.

This black Dog Turd was built back in the late 80's with a rattle. The 3 below have Dueling Rattles...

Revisited...

JD 




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ndsumiller
Posted 3/11/2019 1:34 PM (#932812 - in reply to #740611)
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Location: MN
I'm getting one of these rattlers from JD and I'm excited to use it. This will be my first time using a flaptail and from what I hear, his are fish catching machines. Just gotta make sure I don't screw it up!
jdsplasher
Posted 3/14/2019 5:57 AM (#933002 - in reply to #932812)
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Aaron; Good luck with the bait.  I like these baits starting in spring W/ water temps about 64, then in fall down to about 57.

 I also like fishing these baits over shallow Rock, of course weeds, and sandy/gravel beaches. Seem like a lot of fisherman like these in calm water, But I like these baits in some kind of chop, from a ripple - to a 1 foot chop...

 JD

jdsplasher
Posted 3/12/2020 6:04 PM (#955789 - in reply to #933002)
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Location: SE, WI.

Just finished a few Splashtails. 2 are Junior's, and 2 were built W/ a Blunt/Wide front end, Which pushes a real Nice Wake...

You Like?

JD

 




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jdsplasher
Posted 3/20/2021 3:31 PM (#977194 - in reply to #955789)
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Location: SE, WI.

Tyler/ Tallywacker; Good luck With the Headbanger and Splashtails. Give them some time on the water!

 Thanks, JD 



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Muskyrookie
Posted 6/25/2021 2:08 PM (#981895 - in reply to #916644)
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I picked up 2 of these baits a few weeks ago, I got 1 headbanger ( black with half orange head ) 1 flaptail ( purple chartreuse back ) and I love them. They cast great and far for their sizes and are very nice on the retrieve. Even into the wind which I found out yesterday! Excellent job with these!!! And definitely love that bright chartreuse back for easy visibility, makes watching the bait have less eye strain for sure.

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jdsplasher
Posted 6/26/2021 12:40 AM (#981903 - in reply to #981895)
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Glad you like...thank- you sir.  Soon we call U MuskyPro;)

 JD 

Muskyrookie
Posted 6/27/2021 11:39 AM (#981930 - in reply to #981903)
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jdsplasher - 6/26/2021 1:40 AM

Glad you like...thank- you sir.  Soon we call U MuskyPro;)

 JD 



Lol I don't know about all that but thanks for a quality bait!!! I was tossing that flaptail the other night below a lock at the river, and even with that steady noise of the water flowing over I was still hearing the tinks and clacks. It handled well in that rushing current. I didn't have any action but I have complete confidence in the bait after tossing it around in some rough conditions.
jdsplasher
Posted 11/10/2021 8:12 AM (#998011 - in reply to #981930)
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Location: SE, WI.

How to stuff a wild Bikini:)…..Well, Maybe a Hot stocking stuffer:)

A requested Color for a Daughter or Mrs. in the Family. U know Women Love Pink!!!

JD 



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GB Greg
Posted 11/21/2021 11:13 PM (#999244 - in reply to #740611)
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Hoping that hot pink is planned to be shipped to GB this winter..... Love your baits JD, quality, quality topwaters that move and catch fish!

Happy Holidays to you and your family!

Greg
jdsplasher
Posted 11/22/2021 5:23 PM (#999263 - in reply to #999244)
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Thanks for the Likes Greg.   You and your Family, have a Great Holiday !!!

Rehab continues after my Procedure, but will start building a few baits in a few weeks.

Sounds like Part of me Will be under your Tree;)

 JD 

jdsplasher
Posted 2/23/2023 4:57 PM (#1018320 - in reply to #740611)
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Location: SE, WI.

Here you go Richard……found post!

 Jd



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