Fishlab Carnada Flutter Jig Intel

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  1. Delorian

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    Anyone used these? Might pick up a few for my 30lb setup in 80g. Are they just a new Coltsniper knock? BD did a splash article on the brand so there's something to them. Seem new and I like the way the jigs and the hard macks look too.
     
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    Looks like a Tady or Butterfly style flat fall jig. Basically it’s a jig that would excel on slow drifts. The stock hooks look like they need an upgrade aside from the single.

    there are a bunch of jigs for different speed drifts.

    Squish- Ultra Slow Drift
    Butterfly/Tady/Buffalo - Slow drift
    Gypsy/SK - A bit faster then the the Butterfly...
    Ahi Assualt - Medium Speed Drift
    Streaker - Super Fast

    Basically the longer and skinner the jig the faster the drift
     
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    Oh, just noticed they are the new lure brand by Okuma after they parted ways with Savage. So there's that. The slow pitch jigs look nice too. Think I'm going to put an order in for some of these guys soon for when things really open up.
     
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    I’m personally not a fan of squishies. They perform well in super slow drifts but just don’t have an action as good as other jigs. The major craft jig para slow pitch jig is a far better slow drift bait. I’m pretty eh about the Williamson jigs as well. They move but not like the Gypsea and SK Jig
     
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    I made a fukky wucky. I was referring to the first.

    They are a lot like a diamond jig. Their descent seems to be a bit more of a shimmy and wiggle and lopsided fall. They don’t pitch back and forth. Pretty similar to a Goname jig.
     
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    Ah kk. Yeah I wanted to get a few Coltsnipers for my 30lb rig but came across these guys and a good deal. I think for the price I'll mess around with them. Really like how the Mack attack hard bait looks too. Going to get a blue one to pitch out.

    The brand is just brand spankin so it doesn't seem to be in many stores yet. Though with Okuma behind them I'll give em a shot. The savage gear was/is great.
     
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    Let us know how that mack works for you. Spro makes one just like it.
     
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    Well ordered a few along with my Komodo 463P. Now to just get on my buddies boat ha
     
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    Slow troll it off your yak.
     
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    wish I could ha. That’s on the bucket list is to get a yak
     
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    Oh I could have sworn you had one.
     
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    Just got all my stuff in yesterday. Colors are nice and lures and the Mack feel nice and solid. Can’t wait to toss em out on the Komodo. Also got my rod from Turners and they honored the sale that was last month since it took forever to get the rods.

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    Looks good. What rod you go with? The mak looks killer
     
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    I got an Okuma PCH C 801 MH. Feels super light. I’ll probably get more PCH if it fishes as well as people say. I already love it.
     
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    That Mac looks a lot like some of the Sebiles . let us know how it flies / casts . I saw the swimming video , at 2 1/2 to 3 OZ its heavy enough , curious about the aerodynamics . Good luck , WR
     
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    Remember the old jointed swimbaits that were made of aluminum? Sold around 2010? I still have a few and was never impressed. The Shimano Wad Wing performed better for me.
     
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    I have one of the Savage Gear Mack Sticks too and it swims pretty nice. Wanted to try this guy since I was getting the flutters anyway.
     

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