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Old 03-29-2006, 12:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wanted to see if anyone has used any cool new lures like the x rap or kicktail Im thinking of ordering a few kicktails but I am not sure if its worth 10 dollars a lure

I want lures that catch fish not fisherman

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There are no majic lures.
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Lures are only as good as the person fishing them. Try and find what the fish are eating and use lures that mimic their food. Color and size are very important.
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Old 03-29-2006, 09:33 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I have messed around the x-rap and I like the action. I havn't actually caught anything on one yet but I like they way they move.
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I love the X-rap. I saw an ad for the new x-rap jointed. Havnt seen them in stores though.


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i love my x raps too have not fished it that much though i keep geting side tracked by the crapie
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I have had excellent results with the x-rap so far this spring on LM Bass. It has been great for cold water because it has a wide wobble that is nice when fished slowly and since it suspends you can use a slow retrieve-pause type action and really get fish to nail it. I haven't tried it with faster retrieves (as in warm water summer conditions) yet so I don't know how it does there.
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ive had really good luck at chatfield for wallayee with the perch color x rap
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Agree that the perch x-rap is good for walleye at Chatfield. The size 10 x-rap has been around for a couple of years. The size 8 x-rap in new this year. Not sure how the jointed ones will work. They are pretty big (size 13)
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Old 03-29-2006, 11:59 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I ordered the kicktail last year. Didn't catch anything with them, however, never allowed them much time for usage either. They're a little big for local waters and I spend most my time on local waters chasing the average sized fish. Places I'd try these kicktails are ponds with good populations of larger sized bass. I'd definately try em at a big wiper lake like Pueblo or something especially due to the fact that the shape and color of the lure resembles a shad. Very good action on the lure though, no doubt.

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