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    headbanger tuning question

    Got a headbanger on others recommendation and had it out today to listen to it and really don't care for what I hear, which is a gurgle splash and not really a pop pop pop. Looked at it and wonder do I need to bring the fin over a little on top to get it to snap a little more, or is this bait used very fast, which I viewed as an option, though less desirable.

    Have never seen anybody use one or video to know what is proper or desirable tuning for this bait.

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    RE: headbanger tuning question

    Mine pops really loudly. If it's not popping, try cupping the blade a little more. Also try a little speed with it. It's a great lure, I've caught at least 3 fish on mine.

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    RE: headbanger tuning question

    perchoreno; Go ahead and email me; dembieclynnejim@aol.com

    I will fix your problem

    Thanks ;-)

    You should not have to tune unless fin got bent. All are water tested.
    I do like a somewhat medium speed. You should get water spraying about 8 - 12 inches high. This is not a slow moving topwater. But you should not have to burn it either.

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    RE: headbanger tuning question

    Thanks for the responses. I realized I am getting a lot of road noise in the area I was testing it, and it blocks a lot of sound from baits.

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