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Lees Global Tackle
« on: February 07, 2010, 10:31:17 AM »

Dont miss there sale great deals and fast shipping will buy from them again :)


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Re: Lees Global Tackle
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2010, 07:21:53 PM »

Thank you. I'm glad to have Lees Global Tackle involved in Lots of really cool products including some I've never seen before. Lots of talk lately about the Jackall Flick Shake and the Super Crosstail shad - the improved Japanese version from Jackall Lake Police (I have an old Lake Police jerkbait that has caught many bass for me over the years when bass were just following larger jerkbaits). I like to pick a few new baits to try every year and I've added these two to my short list.

Pretty amazing prices on some of the lures too like Lucky Craft and Rapala.

Check out the Lees Global Tackle blog on new products and techniques here.

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