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February 13, 2010


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Josh St. John

I do believe that doing this does loosen up the tails on some baits. Boiling them to the point of being able to stretch them slightly is the key. I boil most of my Hudd and osprey tails.

J VonSpreckelsen

What is your opinion about boiling tails/baits to improve the action and wobble? I know some guys talk about boiling Optimum BTL and Opsprey Top Hooks to increase the kick? What are your thoughts?

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