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GROUPER - DEEP GROUPER ** New Options - UV and Glow **

Old 06-05-2018, 01:54 PM
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Arrow GROUPER - DEEP GROUPER ** New Options - UV and Glow **

Aside from the standard Tile Deep Drop Rigs, Ive been asked more and more to build custom Deep Grouper Rigs for tournament anglers as well as those possessed with grouper like ourselves.
Perfect for Snowies and Scamp, they also slay Yellow Edge and other deep grouper.

NOW 2 OPTION:
  • GLOW SLEEVE ESPECIALLY FOR THE DEEP
  • OR UV SQUID IN SHALLOWER WATER WHERE LIGHT STILL PLAYS A SIGNIFICANT ROLE


Standard Deep Grouper Rig is 3 Mustad 39950NP-BN circle hooks that are 3X and wide gap.

Made with individual main leg segments and strong 3-way swivels.


PLEASE SEE THE WEBSITE FOR MORE DETAILS:BLUEACTIONTACKLE.COM


Also see this link for Standard Deep Drop Rigs: DEEP DROP RIGS

Please contact me any request for different configurations, modification etc.
doug@blueactiontackle.com

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Old 06-17-2018, 07:15 PM
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HUGE thanks to all. Been busy and VERY appreciative. Lots of variety on hand to build custom sets!
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Old 06-17-2018, 07:49 PM
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Thanks Doug, I’ve been struggling to come up with Willy rigs with large enough hooks and lead to hold bigger fish combined with a second or third smaller set above able to hook smaller kitties or ball bats if Willy ain’t home. I’ll hit you up in the morning to spec them out.
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Old 06-20-2018, 06:53 PM
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Big thanks. Been having fun making some cool rigs.
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All caught up. It was a Deep Grouper week and many thanks!
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Old 07-20-2018, 11:34 AM
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Texas I got the rig you sent me andthey look amazing. Unforunatley I had electronic issues in the Bahamas last week and could not deep drop.
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Not a grouper but still no match for Blue Action Tackle’s rigs. 65.2 lb. Amberjack. I can’t thank you enough Doug !!!! You are the Man !!!
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Quality is top notch on these. Thanks again Doug!!
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Nice!
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Old 10-01-2018, 09:00 AM
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65+ lb. Warsaw Grouper on BlueActionTackle custom grouper rig.
He never had a chance with BlueAction in his mouth.
Thanks again Doug !!!
Your Rigs Rock !!!


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Can't say enough about the quality of Blue Action tackle. Has put many fish in the boat. Nice warsaw, could not have dont it without them
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Been making many of these of late. Have recently been customizing some of the branches for folks so please dont hesitate to ask!
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Big thanks to all. I've been asked about larger hooks as well and, yes!
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68# gag grouper! See my shirt Doug? Thanks!
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The fella can fish! Making more daily. Wish I could say that is what bites every time
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These rigs have been very accommodating to Snowies and the like

They have recently been working well for the recreational as well as the commercial fishermen.


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Was asked for a direct website link so here it is: L I N K

Recent catch off Louisiana of a "Browny". A Snowy without its spots.


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Ready for another batch !!! The absolute BEST on the market. Keep em comin’
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Really cool to see the use of these. I have to give credit to a tournament fisherman I call the "Snowman". It was between the 2 of us that gave birth to the configuration of the rig. Happy to say he has been slaying Snowies in tournaments with these.
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New options added: Now offering UV SQUID. Often used on the troll, UV is also used in depths where there is light penetration. A long practiced, and highly regarded tactic, UV adds a spark to the presentation when fishing below.
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