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Working on some new stuff.  Have tried 'em out but no fish.......

Didn't catch anything on anything else either so I haven't made conclusions on these.

The ThunderHo will combine the best of both worlds!!!  Looks great coming through the water.

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Ever fished a horse head and the buck tail gets all scraggly?  Believe it or not, I'm told my one of my suppliers that deer tails are getting scarce.  He recommended I try out some Fish Hair.

It looks pretty good and doesn't get thin and scraggle when wet.

I'll test 'em a bit more before putting them on the web site. 

Buck tail on top.  Fish Hair on bottom.

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You don't have time for a cruise
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I'm ready for another cruise......
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Working on some new stuff.  Have tried 'em out but no fish.......

Didn't catch anything on anything else either so I haven't made conclusions on these.

The ThunderHo will combine the best of both worlds!!!  Looks great coming through the water.

IMG_0742.JPG 

Ever fished a horse head and the buck tail gets all scraggly?  Believe it or not, I'm told my one of my suppliers that deer tails are getting scarce.  He recommended I try out some Fish Hair.

It looks pretty good and doesn't get thin and scraggle when wet.

I'll test 'em a bit more before putting them on the web site. 

Buck tail on top.  Fish Hair on bottom.

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Those look awesome Joe. Not sure about the name on the one lure. LOL[smile]
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how about thunder ho or cocohostick
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Ax, I love your concept of combining a hard and soft bait that are proven baits on the lake but I must say I agree with JoeSlab on the name. [smile] 

I can pretty much assure you that you haven't had any hits on a ThunderHo yet because it's no secret that stripers roam the "banks" looking for a "free" meal because they have no money in an account to pay for it so they can't afford hittin' on any type of Ho in order to satisfy their urge.

However, you can bet by the design of the lure that they are looking it over well from front to back and having bad thoughts of pouncing on it as it swims by flaunting it's stuff.  Solution [idea]...Simply change the name, then get ready to reel 'em in fast and fill the box! [wink]
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Man I'd love to give that ThunderHo a good shakedown test. Should be a good color for bank fishing in this muddy water and I have a good pole for it.
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Maybe CoThunder?  [smile]
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