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This ones for you Jamie

 

Not what it was sposed to be, but it proved your point :thumbsup_anim::Gonefishing:

 

Took maybe 5 minutes.

 

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They love those bulldawgs down here in Kentucky Lew, especially during cold fronts.

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Matt, Jamie & I have been having an ongoing discussion for the last 4 years about which is the better musky bait, Suicks or Dawgs.

 

Jamie became a Suick believer this year, and that was my 1st fish on the Dawg he gave me, although it was sposed to be a musky rather than a pike, but sometime ya can't help what grabs yer hook :thumbsup_anim:

 

As for cold fronts, we had one go thru here on Friday night, but it didn't slow the fishing down too much yesterday, as Squid & I saw, caught, missed, 6 or 8 muskies & pike. Just had to slow our presentations down and things worked well.

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i see you caught him this morning...cheers :thumbsup_anim::Gonefishing:

 

Nope, we were just fishing some sheltered waters yesterday Shawn, there was too much wind on the big lakes.

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Nice Pike. Those bull dawgs have some great action and look great in the water. The problem is that they dont look like they will last too long!

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Your right about the durability of those baits JohhnyB, that was only a small pike but he nearly tore the tail off the Dawg. A big fish would make a real mess outta them, but I spose it would be worth it :thumbsup_anim:

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Yup, pretty well a straight retrieve Glen.

 

Not alot of action to them and it's sorta like casting a brick, and that particular bait is about 18" long and heavy, with a long thin tail that flutters like a ribbon cutting thru the water.

 

Jamie gets alot of BIG fish with them, but I'm still trying to get used to fishing them as their a totally different concept to what I'm used to.

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Good thread, Lew. I guess that's why Jamie's selling off some baits in the classifieds. He needs room for all the Suicks he's buying.

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Glad you guys had a fun time out there as for them dawgs I have the swamp donkee version and have yet to get anything but I have not given them a true try I hope to jig them this fall

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I like 'em both, suicks and bulldawgs. Those magnum dawgs are a brute to cast though, I like em drifting over deep rocky water. Once you get them out there, the retrieve is a piece of cake

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I've had no luck on the dawgs yet either......they look good though......just not to the fish I guess.

 

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They just had the PMTT (Professional Musky Tournament Trail) Championships down here in Kentucky this weekend and 1st, 3rd, 4th place teams were all using bulldawgs.

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Good thread, Lew. I guess that's why Jamie's selling off some baits in the classifieds. He needs room for all the Suicks he's buying.

 

 

trying to get more dawgs!!1

 

after the last fish I already bought a few suicks :)

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Lew keep throwing that bait, it is the time! you have to remember the monster I caught on that bait with you :) :) :) :)

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