Lucky craft rc's

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KP Duty
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Lucky craft rc's

Post by KP Duty » Tue Dec 08, 2015 9:59 am

There are a few baits that were discontinued during my hiatus, but this is probably the most surprising. Are people really paying $25-$40 for nib rc's? Seems like they are selling the same thing without his name. If they discontinue the bds series that would be a different story.

wvbassin
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Re: Lucky craft rc's

Post by wvbassin » Sat Dec 12, 2015 2:31 pm

Yep, but here's something I've ran across a couple times. My local tackle shops still have them in stock, and Ive been lucky to snag some that way. I'm in an area where not many guys spend $15 on a lure. So try out your local tackle shops. You can also find them in open and used condition from Japan on EBay for cheaper. One of my absolute favorite SB!

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