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    NBS Extreme Angler Jim's Avatar
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    offshore lures???

    best place to buy?? jim






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    Any of the catalog companies...Capt. Harry's, J&M, Finest Kind, Meltons, Bass Pro (check out some of the Offshore Angler brands....they're cheaper than the name brands that they imitate and are good quality). Locally, J&B in Niantic is your best bet............Boater's World and West Marine can have some good finds too.
    Still searchin for my lost shaker of salt.

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    What :thumbright: he said!

    Also.....check these guys out for tackle on a budget. Got some great deals from them at the RISSAA show one year.

    http://oldesalttackle.com/
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    I get most of my stuff off ebay. I have a few places i use. Just cant be in a huge rush do get it. I get most stuff in less than a week.
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    frenzytackle.com

    jim, i can get all the frenzy stuff.......we'll work sumtin out

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    Check out Charkbait. I have excellent service from Mark and his folks.
    www.charkbait.com
    They run a weekly special on several different items.

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    www.srmo.com

    http://drychum.com has cheap sinkers
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    It depends on what your looking for and if you need them rigged or not. Do not always go to the "big Boys" on the internet or catalogs. Find a shop that has what you need and build up a relationship. Hey, I am all the way out on the Cape but we do alot of custum rigging from rods and reels to single lures to spreader bars to making our own double hook rigs etc.... We pride ourselves on selling what we fish and fish what we sell. A good offshore shop can help you put together a lure kit to meet your needs. I have rigged and fished lures from th Cape to Costa Rica to Mozambique, Africa. This is not a plug for my shop, well not really, but the point is make your money locally and spend your money locally. Service and repairs become importain when the bite is on. Just my 2 cents. Capt. Eric
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    Make your own!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by H'Islander View Post
    Make your own!!
    Alright, you've impresse dus enough with your wooden plugs.....don't start on offshore stuff too hahahahaha (J/K of course LOL)

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