Megabass X-80 TD Trick Darter Jerkbaits

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Megabass X-80 TD Trick Darter Jerkbaits

Postby antoniolopez944 » Fri Mar 16, 2018 8:58 pm

Anyone have any experience with these. I primarily use the 110,110 junior and the pop max. Im looking to expand my megabass collection, I feel like these will be deadly on river small mouth.

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Re: Megabass X-80 TD Trick Darter Jerkbaits

Postby jerkbait22 » Sat Mar 17, 2018 5:18 am

I go to the trick darter when it's not as strong of a reaction bite and/or they won't hit the 110. I've had some days with calm clear water where they won't commit to the 110 but I was able to get bites on the trick darter.

One thing to be aware of is that most of them have a slow sink versus the 110 which has a slow rise.

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Re: Megabass X-80 TD Trick Darter Jerkbaits

Postby goldrod » Sat Mar 17, 2018 9:03 am

I only use the ones with the prop on it.
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Re: Megabass X-80 TD Trick Darter Jerkbaits

Postby zalan » Wed Mar 21, 2018 11:23 am

jerkbait22 wrote:One thing to be aware of is that most of them have a slow sink versus the 110 which has a slow rise.


Mine was sinking as well even though it was supposed to be suspending. I got rid of it, never liked it.


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