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    Tiger Tubes..where are they ? Why can't I read the response

    Can anyone help out here...I see there are 6 responses to my question from a couple days ago, but when I try to view...there is nothing....HELP!

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    RE: Tiger Tubes..where are they ? Why can't I read the response

    Here you go:

    --Looks like Pastikas still has some:
    http://www.pastikas.com/online-store...product_id=419

    --Rollie and Helens and Throne Bros do not have the Tiger Tubes but they do have a lot of other tubes in stock.

    Musky Tackle Online also has no Lindy Tiger Tubes but they do have a lot of other tubes and are about the best price option online.

    Also try eBay for Tiger Tubes. I only see one set on right now for Tiger Tubes:
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Tiger-Tube-by-Li...3286.m20.l1116

    On a side note, I will have tubes out in 2010 in about 40 stock colors in a few sizes also. Bass guys had a good idea 60+ years ago. Surprised it took musky lure companies this long to jump on the band wagon ;) I give Lindy props though as I think they were the first to make "musky sized" tubes! Good take on a golden oldie of a lure. Tubes worked well for me for bass when I was a kid.


    Hope that helps.
    James





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    RE: Tiger Tubes..where are they ? Why can't I read the response

    Thanks James!!!!!!!!!!!
    Have checked out the Red October and the Reaction Strike tubes also, think they have steped it up from the Tiger tubes.

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    RE: Tiger Tubes..where are they ? Why can't I read the response

    I bought one when they first came out then I bought two others years ago out of a bargain bin.These are great pitch back lures, just kept one rigged on a rod and if you get a follow pitch it back and boom!

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    RE: Tiger Tubes..where are they ? Why can't I read the response

    I would really check out the Red October tubes.

    I started using them this year and have great success throwing them and they can be rigged to work from top water to deep breaks. They have it.

    www.redoctoberbaits.com/

    Dave Wineburner
    www.muskychaser.com

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    RE: Tiger Tubes..where are they ? Why can't I read the response

    Ya RED OCTOBER!! is the way to go! Made in usa bye guys who live to fish musky. They Designed them for fishing the river current areas. To help catch big fish. Not to just make money, or sell baits!! Get the swimming tube jig head, if fishing lakes and want to work kind of like a dawg or something! www.redoctoberbaits.com this link gets you to the place to shop for them! Rig them with extra treble on front, and get way more hook-ups. see pic

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    cant get pic to upload!

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