does your wide glide...

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does your wide glide...

Postby jeff » Wed Feb 16, 2011 12:51 pm


i use an assortment of topwater plugs to target redfish in my home waters of central seems when the water is stained or has a chop on it sound plays a more important role in getting bit...i know you have done some research on sound and its role as a trigger for strikes with muskies, but (correct me if im wrong as i am no muskie fisherman) to put it mildly...redfish seem to be a bit dumber!:)...

i was wondering if your wide glide has a sound associated with it...i.e. rattle, or bearings etc...any thoughts...


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Re: does your wide glide...

Postby dahlberg » Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:35 am

Hi J
No extra rattles. Just the sound of the hooks clicking and the lure swishing water if you give it a good snap on the turn!
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