Lip In Bait's

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Lip In Bait's

Post by HOTRODS » Tue Sep 04, 2007 10:10 pm

on the hunt for older MB lures recently (as some of the older colours are supr natural and saaaasy) and found 2 of these Lip In Baits in a 1999 (purple pearl) and a 2000 (green prizm)
the are AWSOME...fat drunk mullet roll..head down having a chunder style...and a rattle that could raise a murry cod from the depths of lake Eyre !!!
for the SA jew hunters..this may be a very interesting option...
i know its going to be a killer flats lizard option for lil' ol' me over here

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Post by Mully » Sun Sep 16, 2007 9:41 pm

Thought Id post a bit more info on them as I myself had forgot about their specs,,,look good mate might try a few for lizards on my January holidays flicking from the beach..


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LIP-IN BAIT
Type: Floating and Sinking, Length: 85 mm, Weight: 3/8 oz. and ½ oz.

In short LIP-IN-BAIT was developed for a long-distance retrieve against wind and rough waters. As a result LIP-IN-BAIT will swim against rough ocean water (or large clear lakes) without losing balance, and when a fish strikes, its outpoint/outburb hooks will not let go of the fish. Proven already by the Japanese sea-bass anglers, try LIP-IN-BAIT for striper fishing. The new LIP-IN-BAIT uses a smaller and more precise spherical balancer made of tungsten composite, which improves not only its castability but the actions as well.


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Post by HOTRODS » Mon Sep 17, 2007 8:44 am

im not as obsessed with the new colours as the older more natural ones...
although the IL Mirage has that delicious looking tiger prawn pattern...and the red head is always a winner for pelagics

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Post by Station49 » Mon Sep 17, 2007 12:52 pm

"i like your old stuff better than your new stuff"



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have to agree, those older colours look a lot better than the newies...
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Re: Lip In Bait's

Post by HOTRODS » Sat Sep 27, 2008 8:34 pm

2 more for the set...( on the stand) common lizard season !!!! thumbsupsmilie





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Re: Lip In Bait's

Post by Mully » Sat Aug 10, 2013 2:08 am

not real sure as i dont have any left they all were lost to fish and never replaced ive contacted megabass and posed the question so ill post it here as soon as i know

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Re: Lip In Bait's

Post by Mully » Sat Aug 10, 2013 4:37 pm

they use a size 6 but they also use a variation of styles a vmc a gamakatsu and a gammy Barbarian guess its up to you what you use.....

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