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Old 04-21-2006, 08:17 PM
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Anyone know where to purchase components for mojos, etc? I want to build my own. Thanks. Hard Strikes!

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Old 04-21-2006, 09:25 PM
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3 way swivels and two bucktails can be bought almost every place
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Old 04-22-2006, 02:37 PM
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Rich - This is a Mojo - Heavy bucktail 8-28 oz



Jon - Go buy 'em & get back on the water ! Check this link for custom building:

http://www.customterminatorlures.com/
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Old 04-24-2006, 10:07 PM
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Elusive, I was confused. Apparently I have been catching stripers on a custom rig purchased 2 years ago at the Ocean city boat show. They are not mojos, they are some kind of daisy chain. Here it is: 5 feet of coated wire, at the terminal end is an 8 oz bullet head (hookless) with parachute tied on. The head slides up and down over 18 inches and is kept in place with a stopper crimp. 4 beads on either side of the crimp. 12 inches above the stopper is a half oz barrel weight with a parachute and 12 inches above that another barrel weight with parachut. 18 inches above that is a barrel swivel. I put a 9 inch sassy shad on the 10 /O hook that is crimped to the bottom of the rig. I have one in chartruse and one white and have caught 2 of my 3 big bass on this rig. I troll it at 1.8 knots from outriggers and flat lines. I made two yesterday with 'sea witch' for the upper components but can't find this sliding bullet head so I used parachute 8 oz weights. I actually looked at the web site you mention. Will try my rigs on Thursday. Want to join me in the Tangier sound? Always looking for 'crew'.
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Old 04-24-2006, 10:39 PM
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It's called a Daisy Chain



If you are looking for more there is a Boat Show at the Bay Bridge Marina this weekend. May be some tackle vendors there. If you can't make it up, let me know, I'll get some & send them to you





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