Not Really Defying Gravity, But Better For the Environment : Catch Outdoors's Z.G.H.A. Underspin

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Not Really Defying Gravity, But Better For the Environment : Catch Outdoors's Z.G.H.A. Underspin

Post by Cal » Tue Oct 08, 2019 6:27 am

Not Really Defying Gravity, But Better For the Environment : Catch Outdoors's Z.G.H.A. Underspin

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Introduction: Bladed baits are on somewhat of a revival it would seem. For whatever reason, spinnerbaits are not nearly as popular as they once were, but baits like 'bama rigs, vibrating jigs, even crankbaits with attached blades continue to gain popularity. One blade configuration that exists in more anonymity is the underspin. Yes, they are out there, and obviously anglers use them, but they're not talked about as much as they were maybe ten to fifteen years ago. Today, we take a look at an intriguing interpretation of the underspin by Catch Outdoors. Introducing their Zero Gravity Hybrid Airdrop Underspin.

Complete Review: http://www.tackletour.com/reviewcatchze ... rspin.html
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Re: Not Really Defying Gravity, But Better For the Environment : Catch Outdoors's Z.G.H.A. Underspin

Post by Hogsticker2 » Tue Oct 08, 2019 2:12 pm

Looks nice. Hopefully additional sizes will become available.

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