Do-it Braggin' Board
Have you used gear that you made with your own two hands to catch a giant fish or the memory of a lifetime?
If so, what are you waiting for? The fish doesn't always need to be huge, maybe it is your child's first fish, one your Grand Mother caught, or a family catch that provided a nice lakeside dinner while camping. Just send us a photo of the big event and the info and we will post your photo right here for the whole world to see. It's easy to do, get on over to this link and do it now so you can share it with your friends and family!
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Jason Haskin, his son Clayton and their friend Jim WilmotHere is a picture to be put on the Braggin' Board or on facebook. The picture is of my son Jason Haskin, his son Clayton and their friend Jim Wilmot. The crappies were caught on a recent family trip to Minnesota in July. They were using tackle created from Do-it molds. They were using Round Head jigs and Chub jigs with an attached jig spinner and Colorado blade. They were tipped with a 2 1/2 - 3" Gulp minnow or twister tail. Light tackle and great Do-it tackle made this trip a success allowing them to bring home some fantastic crappies in the 13 to 16" range. Thanks for a great product!
Tackle used: Do-it Jigs
Marco CoulvierI send you a picture of my friend with a big Pike-Perch (European Wallye), caught with a homemade Do-it vibrating lure The fish is 87 cm long and weight over 14 lbs.
Location: Chatillon-sur-Loire – France
Tackle used: ZV Vibrating lure
Steve Patterson1 of 3 Bull Red’s caught on 10/31/11. The others were 39” and 20”.
Location: High Island, TX
Tackle used: Claw Sinker
Fish: 54 lb Blue Catfish
Location: James River, Va.
Tackle used: 6 oz river sinker
Jon PowderlyStriped Bass. Began making 5 oz Hot Lip jigs in the Spring of 2011. I paint my jigs with Black or Red powder paint. I tie the jigs with Class D nylon thread. I use a 2 part epoxy to keep the thread wrap on tight. I use a black or red crimped nylon. We troll these jigs on Cape Cod using wire line. The first time we went out we caught some nice honeys. The Stripers we catch range from 34” to 45” and weight up to 30 lbs.
Location: Kingston, MA
Tackle used: Hot lips jig
Location: Kellogg MN
Tackle used: Egg Sinker
Michael LiscsakI used the “no roll sinker” to catch this monster. I fished numerous times in this same hole with conventional “egg” sinkers only to get snagged on the rocky bottom. When a friend introduced me to your product I began to have major success. Thanks, Michael Liscsak
Tackle used: No Roll Sinker
Tessie ShinozawaHI, MY HUSBAND WENT FISHING WITH HIS FISHING PARTNER AND CAUGHT A BUNCH OF WEKE ULAS. THEY USUALLY GO TO THE EAST SIDE OF OAHU WHEN THE WATER IS CALMER AND THE DRIFT IS SLOWER. MY HUSBAND MAKES HIS OWN LEAD WITH YOUR DO – IT MOLDS AND WAS USING 6 0Z. BANK SINKERS FOR BOTTOM FISHING. WELL ENOUGH SAID, HE CAME HOME WITH A BUNCH OF WEKE ULAS TO FEED NOT ONLY OUR FAMILY BUT OUR NEIGHBORS TOO. YOURS TRULY, TESSIE SHINOZAWA
Fish: Weke Ulas
Location: Honolulu, HI
Tackle used: Bank Sinker Mold
Location: Church Road, VA
Tackle used: Bell Sinker Mold
Pete ZipczechLord it was cold that day, but they just couldn't resist the Poison Tail Jig.
Fish: Large Mouth Bass
Tackle used: Weedless Poison Tail Jig Mold
Earl Crouch & Mike SalazarWe got 4th place in the Cabela's King Kat Classic, at Pickwick-Wilson AL. We ran out of sinkers the first day of the tournament so that night we had to make sinkers in front of the Hotel.
Tackle used: Egg - Slip Sinker Mold
Puff, Jack and Teddy Taylor
Fish: Large Mouth Bass
Location: Illinois farm pond
Tackle used: Skirt Kit - Living Image
Pete Zipczech24" x 16" = 7.68 lbs. Trout this size, in my area, are once in a life time. I had a Trout this large hooked only one other time in my life and he straitened the hook and got away. As you can see, the Gamakatsu Octopus hook performed wonderfully. Thanks Do-It!
Fish: Rainbow Trout
Tackle used: Gamakatsu Octopus Hook
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