The "What tackle you're bringing" thread!

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Come on, let everyone know what's in your tackle box for this Coho Season (you can keep your "secret" and "favorite" lures out of it)!
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Notice the fire blade...
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Custom colored plug!
 
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THe Imagination of 12 Year olds can't ever end.

Nice Job Mang,
Your Definetly gonna catch Coho this Year.

I just need a Fly Rod and im all Set.

And Osmosis is gonna fish them out!
 
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you dont need a fly rod to catch coho!
Here's a quesiton for the crowd... will Pautzke's balls o fire work for a "roe" replacement?
 
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You dont Need Spinners to catch Coho Either. But its fun using them.
Its fun using a fly Rod.
 
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If you dont have one, dont waste the money. Spinners (even blue foxes since you have them) are much cheaper.
 
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So how much will it cost me if I made about 20 Spinners like yours?
Just the Supplys.
 
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Assuming you have colored sharpies, pliers, and a thin round stick of some sort and you are going to fisherman's...
a few dollars for wire
10 bucks for bodies
9 bucks for blades
10 dollars for a pack of red beads (you can color them), and a few packs of brass beads (half small, half larger)

Edit: maybe 6 more dollars for a large pack of trebs
 
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No one else want to post a pic or two of gear?
 
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i'm just too lazy to do it...i admit:think:...but i usually carry jensen egg in two colours..red and orange....thats my #1 go to method for drift....single egg..no yarn..no pencil or slinky lead...just some split shots ...
i throw spinners with silver blade or black blade with red or green or white dot...on both kinds of blade......say like bluefox size 3 or smaller...again....i'm kinda too lazy to make some..although i admit you get desired results with homemade...cuz you know what you want...
my # 3 is a secret and well...lets just say its californian style....hint hint...;)
 
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Like a logger likes a prostate exam.

:lol:OMG.....almost wet myself on that one.

I don't know what I'm using for coho. I've never fished for them. I'm sure I'll pester someone for some information sooner or later. You know who you are:pray:
 
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My favorire for the last two seasons. I keep playing with different bodies.
 
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of all the spinners i've seen this top one by R & B Lures is very convincing...i will use it for sure...if i can get my hands on it.
 
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Nice job on flame pattern schooler! LOL...here is whats in my box....
Minis
Raptor

Hahahaha
I messed up 3 other blades and had to make them solid colors to get this fire decent.
Are you going to be selling (hopefully giving away :whistle: :D) Mini's and Pred's at the Coho event thing? :dance::pray:
 
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Who knows?! Not me!
Heres a small assortment of what I'll be tossin' here and there. Ive tried a few out, and the ones with beads on bottom are good to go. No takers on any without beads yet, but they will come.

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the one on the left is a sunny day murderer.
I suggest to not "put your eggs in one basket" and twist up some other blades as well, dont stick to just the bear valleys since they only cover your mid speed water.
 
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Who knows?! Not me!
Thanks man! mucho appreciatoed-or something. Seems like Bill was pushing me away frm the french blades i wanted, and gave me the hard sell on these bear valleys, so I just humored him and picked some up. I dont have any custom french's, besides some GTD #4's. All my others are plain nickel, brass, and silver matte.

the one on the left is a sunny day murderer.
I picked up what you said in a previous post about 'em, and ran with it. Only twisted ten of em up tho in that configuration.
 
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Is a salmon is a salmon is a salmon?

Is a salmon is a salmon is a salmon?

Is different gear in order for the nooks? Besides the roe, I mean.
 
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What would be the best for the cohos in the clack ?? Spinners or plugs ?
 

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