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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Fishing Tackle And Gear Related Discussions » Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait

Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait

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1 Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Tue Mar 18, 2014 6:00 pm

wiseguy

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Loaded up on these baits by Jimmy's Tackle Long Beach at the FHS. All I can say is the quality is awesome and they catch fish!

The lead heads come in 27 different colors! Very nice selection!

Also rigged up the lead heads with some sierra slammers and was killing it!

They come in all sizes, so they have most every application covered. Get some, I highly recommend them.

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Those lead heads are killer looking and I really like the Sierra Slammers I need to try some of those baits, thanks for sharing.


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Yeepppppp Jimmy's is my go to tackle store great selection also great looking heads

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Awesome looking baits, I need some of those. Jimmy, where is this store located?
I like them.

wiseguy

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Nacho, he's in Long Beach.  Here is his address.

2260 Long Beach Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90806

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his website is still in production, so you wont see the baits and lead heads, but go to his store and you will see everything he has to offer, great guy, ask for Jimmy.

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Aggressive looking swimmers for sure . you all have the cool tackle shops out there in the bays ! I have Last Chance bait and Tackle 35 minutes away and BPS 40min away , my only choices lol

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That shop is about 3 blocks away from my house he has a good selection on big hammers also. I use to go there once a week to raid the bargain bin found some magic worms similar to robos but came in 50 count bags for 2 bux I also found some sweet beavers also in that bin. just thinking about it makes me wanna go look to see what's new in that bin lol

8 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:27 am

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Hey Jimmy, thanks for the address, I will be heading their way this week to buy the stuff you showed on this site. Those are pretty hot looking baits!
Thanks!
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9 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Wed Mar 19, 2014 11:56 am

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Spoke to a few guys at their booth at the FHS and they're helpful and down to earth. Gave me some suggestions on some worm plastics with their warbaits looking Mohawk lead heads and bam... They work. First cast and hung a spottie in the LAB. I posted it up on their fb page. Going to go pick up some more from them at the shop.

10 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:46 pm

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sorry j, i mistakenly deleted your post, here is your answer.

I think I saw them all the way up to 1oz if I remember correctly. Everything under the 1/2oz size was $4 for a pack of three! That's right three! 3/4oz and over it was still $4 a pack for two. Cant beat those prices anywhere! And the quality is very good.

11 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Wed Mar 19, 2014 2:49 pm

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Yellowrock wrote:Spoke to a few guys at their booth at the FHS and they're helpful and down to earth. Gave me some suggestions on some worm plastics with their warbaits looking Mohawk lead heads and bam... They work. First cast and hung a spottie in the LAB. I posted it up on their fb page. Going to go pick up some more from them at the shop.

I really don't think they look like warbaits.  Different head, different eyes.  One thing i like about them is the shorter hooks, less of those hook ups all the way through the fishes eyes.

these are both 1/2oz models.

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12 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:10 pm

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X2 I also prefer the mohawks over the warbaits not even considering the price. The cheap price is just a bonus.

13 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Wed Mar 19, 2014 3:15 pm

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wiseguy wrote:sorry j, i mistakenly deleted your post, here is your answer.

I think I saw them all the way up to 1oz if I remember correctly. Everything under the 1/2oz size was $4 for a pack of three! That's right three!  3/4oz and over it was still $4 a pack for two. Cant beat those prices anywhere! And the quality is very good.

Thanks bud! That is a hell of a price for them. I'm with you on the shorter shank. I have a bunch of the T & C heads in 1/4oz and they have a short shank. Since Kevin is sort of out of business now with T & C, I have been looking for some replacements. Thanks for the info on this product and this shop. I will stop by for sure and check them out.

14 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Thu Mar 20, 2014 8:48 am

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wiseguy wrote:Loaded up on these baits by Jimmy's Tackle Long Beach at the FHS. All I can say is the quality is awesome and they catch fish!  

The lead heads come in 27 different colors! Very nice selection!

Also rigged up the lead heads with some sierra slammers and was killing it!

They come in all sizes, so they have most every application covered.  Get some, I highly recommend them.

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What kind of plastics are those in the top picture?

15 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Thu Mar 20, 2014 10:18 am

Chomps

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Jmerical those are Also a swimbait that the tackle shop makes they are called sea cobra

16 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:53 pm

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wiseguy wrote:Loaded up on these baits by Jimmy's Tackle Long Beach at the FHS. All I can say is the quality is awesome and they catch fish!  

The lead heads come in 27 different colors! Very nice selection!

Also rigged up the lead heads with some sierra slammers and was killing it!

They come in all sizes, so they have most every application covered.  Get some, I highly recommend them.

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Do you fish those Sierra Slammers in the salt? I'm going by the shop today on my way home from work to pick up soon goodies. Thanks the the lead on this shop and the products.

17 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Fri Mar 21, 2014 2:35 pm

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Jimmy, I forgot but how did these hold up? If i can remember you were hooking up on the same bait for some time?

18 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Fri Mar 21, 2014 3:33 pm

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Also, what is your recommendation for the size of swimbaits and lead head weight? Yep, the next question is where is your best place to catch fish and I will not tell anyone. Ha ha.

19 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:32 pm

wiseguy

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I fish everything in the salt. Mark, they held up pretty good. Couple chips on the lead heads from blind casting into the rocks. The swimbaits are durable to say the least, caught several fish on the same bait and the swimbait is still in one piece.

Nacho, I fish 1/2 mostly and 3/4 or even 1oz if I'm fishing deep structure.

20 Re: Mohawk Lead head and Sea Cobra swimbait on Mon Mar 24, 2014 9:10 am

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Okay, guys. I went to the shop and bought a bunch of heads and plastics. Jimmy at the shop is awesome and his porudcts are great. I felt like a kid in a candy store. I'm very impressed as to the quality of the products and the packaging of the heads. The plastics are inexpensive at $.50 for the 4" and $.75 on the 5". I even saw 3" big hammers for $.50 each, which are the price they were being sold at the Fred Hall show.

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