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Super-Do & Sandee

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You mentioned awhile back that you were going to try the Super-Do and report back on your success or failure? The reason I am interested is because I purchased a $25.00 package from Dave Hoggard (A very knowledgable person to talk to). By the way, if you purchase $25.00 worth of merchandise, the shipping is free.

The product looks great, I just want to know if a non pro can catch fish with these as well as with minnows?

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Hey Ronsay - I would imagine you should be able to catch walleyes with the Super-Do - if Paul, Dennis and Rick can, any one can - LOL Just kidding guys!!

I brought the Super-Do's down to the boat and kept forgetting to use them. frown.gif (Must be old age??)

Maybe next time I get out in the boat - I'll let ya know. Good luck and let us know if you have success with them!!


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  • 2 weeks later...

We caught quite a few walleye on the super do's earlier in the season when the bite was a little tough.
We were pitcing them into eddies near faster water.I had tried to use RIng-n Grubs but the profile of the grubs kept them from reaching the bottom.The Super Do's have a thinner profile that allowed us to get them to the bottom with the least amount of weight.The eyes smaked em.
I think as the water cools the super do's will start to produce even better.They have a unique action with their tentacles.There is a lot of "slight" action.When you jig them they kind of pulsate.A few quick shakes of the rod tip will draw a walleyes attention.

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  • 7 months later...

Finally got a chance to try out the Ring-N-Grubs on Lac Suel last week and was totally impressed.

I used the Ring-N-Grubs over the Super Do's as they were shorter and I thought I could set the hook faster. I soaked them for about 15 minutes in a few drops of Kick'n Bass mixed with a little water in a sandwich bag.

There was 7 people in our group using mostly Lindy rigs, and one using plugs. I had on a 1/2oz jig with the Ring-N-Grub fished verticaly just off bottom. I am by no means an expert at fishing, but out fished everyone with the amount of fish and largest landed. I made believers in the rest of the group by the end of the trip, I handed out most of my jigs, but not the Grubs. Some of the guys used regular plastic tails or power baits hooked to the jigs, but they didn't produce compared to the Grubs.


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