Marlin trolling with stickbait

Discussion in 'Jigging and Popping' started by ksong, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. ksong

    ksong SPONSOR

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    There is a good article of mix up spread with the stickbait along with other unconventional lures on February Marlin magazine.
    I carries Huru lures for GT/tuna fishermen, but I didn't know they are so popular for trolling marlin in Australia until recently.

    I tried to troll Heru Ulua.Wahoo stickbait on the Panama trip in Jan, but I couldn't use them because Capt didn't like to troll anything except live skipjack. I am going to insist to use the stickbaits when I go back to Panama in April.

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  2. Bill Fisher

    Bill Fisher Senior Member

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    they have some photos up on their website now that came in too late to be included with the article....... Marlin Magazine
     

  3. txseadog

    txseadog Moderator

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    Ksong,

    What's the price of those stickbaits?
     
  4. ksong

    ksong SPONSOR

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    Ksong,

    What's the price of those stickbaits?
    $35-38
    I readjusted price.
    When I reordered Heru lures, I realized the cost of Heru stickbait is $10 more than other Heru poppers. :eek:
    For some reason I believed stickbaits are a few dollar more than other Heru poppers. :(
     
  5. BretABaker

    BretABaker Guest

    are you planning to bring many stickbaits to panama other than for trolling?
     
  6. peterk814

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    hey bret

    i bought a crapton of those herus from kil this past sunday. they are super nice quality and the 150g ones are huge. Theyre a great value. If you want we can troll a few of them on our boat
     
  7. ksong

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    hey bret

    i bought a crapton of those herus from kil this past sunday. they are super nice quality and the 150g ones are huge. Theyre a great value. If you want we can troll a few of them on our boat

    You bougt enough Heru lures to be used by three boats. :)
    Here is lure info in website in Australia. they are not cheap. :)

    Bluewater