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1) Re: Big Hammer
Written by OlySpec on June 21, 2012, 12:15:47 PM
After fishing the Big Hammer's at ORC 2012, I am a fan!  Awesome baits that caught me lings, cabbies, and blacks.  The baits held up pretty well for me and I did not have any tail-biters.  The fish really seemed to engulf the bait.  All hookups were in the upper plate or lip.  I need about a dozen dozen more :)
2) Re: Big Hammer
Written by Shimanoreel on July 09, 2012, 05:13:35 PM
Dear coosbaykayaker ive fished sunset beach for a couple of years no
w ive fished on the cliffs trying to catch fish to bring home like rockfish and lingcod ive never had luck ive always stuck with sand shrimp no luck I saw this video awhile ago and started usingthem and it felt like night and day  I caught ling and rockfish in the same day they are amazing thank u cbyk   
3) Re: Big Hammer
Written by dwntwnall4u on August 21, 2012, 02:09:28 AM
How are you actually fishing them?
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