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Catch-N Ring-N Grub/Pro Strength Bio-Bait Test


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I intend on shipping FREE... 50 sets of samples to interested, AVID & SERIOUS fishermen that would test and report back on 2 new Catch-N Tackle products.

Catch-N Tackle's Ring-N Grub has proven to be a truely great lure for the Catch-N Tackle pro staff... I would like to see the die-hard fishing "masses" put it to the test!

The other new product is Pro Strength CRAWLER Bio-Bait (full size) that contains twice the amount of real crawlers that the bait contained than that was tested last year... in open water.

To participate, please post here that you are interested in the program, then email me at [email protected] with your user name, real name, shipping address and enough info on yourself that I know you to be a avid & serious fisherman. Only 50 persons will be selected.

All persons selected will be expected to report back here on their HONEST results and thoughts on these products.

Names and information on those who are not selected may be held for future testing programs.

Thanks for your help, interest, and time in testing these products.
Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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[This message has been edited by Catch'n (edited 04-01-2004).]

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Dave, I seen your products in action on the Rainy with Matt J. They were awesome.

I would definately like to take part in your offer. I plan on a lot of fishin this upcoming season as well as the Metro Lets.

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I'm in.
I must admit I'm a die hard bait man...But I do believe in teaching an old dog new tricks! I'm willing to give it a sincere go at it. I've always been interested in your line of products.
Thanks Dave!

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A few fish caught on the Ring-n-Grub...

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And yes, even these sturgeon too...

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Ring-n-Grubs will work in a lot of fishing conditions, whether you are targeting walleye, bass, panfish, etc...

You will like this bait!


Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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catch-n i am interested, you got mail
best fishes chris

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Catch-N: I would be real interested in giveing them a shot. I do alot of river fishing on the Horseshoe chain system and I really think they might the ticket for the stubborn eyes I encounter.

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I might be young but I am serious about wanting to try this bait. I am always looking for the bait that other people dont have. I love fishing and cant wait to test out new things.

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I already have the Ring'n Grubs so I know they work great. I'd be interested in the program too!

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can you guys reccomend a color for the ring-n-grub for rainy river walleyes? I heard its getting a little murky if that makes a difference. thanks

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beretta,
I did really well with the White Firetail Ring-n-Grub. The Chartreuse Sparkle and the Chartreuse White Core worked pretty good too. I used a 1/4 oz white/pink glow jig head, but you may want to bring along some 3/8 oz jig heads too.

Good Fishin,
Matt Johnson

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Stone Legacy
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Count me in, as Icehawk mentioned, these shoe eyes can be a pain in the keister to catch and those grubs look like they may be the ticket.

Thanks,
Stephen

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I would sure like to get into the testing program here also. my mail will be on the way shortly

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Guys and Gals... this is going well! Thanks for your interest and help.

I forgot to say that I will keep your FM user names in confidence and will not share any information or addresses with any other sources.

Keep 'em coming.

Matt Johnson... you rock!
What a trip, and to do it with your dad. Great.
Good photos.
I better lay in some extra White Firetail!!! That is one of my favorite colors for big crappie, also.

Catch'n
Dave Hoggard

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