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Flying Fish Lure survives being dragged down the highway for 7 miles and catches fish

Flying Fish Lure survives being dragged down the highway for 7 miles and catches fish

We came across a video a few months back where our good friend Joe had a problem with the wings on a 140 Flying fish Lure. The bolts had been overtightened on a bunch of these lures on the first production run and were breaking. Not ideal, but you have to break a few eggs to make a cake as they say. We were on this issue real wuick, but a few escaped into the market and we have replaced all the defectives. 

We sent Joe VT Fishing a couple of replacements that didn't have this defect. This Video is pretty funny at the end when he drags it down the highway. Enjoy!! The Flying Fish lure from Nomad is legit and is does what we say it does. It catches fish and it's super tough. 

 

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