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Make any SWIMBAIT a Line Thru Lure (the Easy Way)

Are you in to fishing lure customization and building lures? In this video I show you the easy way to take any swimbait and make it a line thru custom swimbait with the new Bass Mafia Daingerous Swimbait.

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  1. Hey bub, I have a question for you. I remember in an old video you were talking about the Mini Max…and I thought you mentioned something about if you usually throw a 3/8 oz in the normal size then you should get either a 1/4 or 1/2 oz in the Mini Max for some reason. You know what I'm talking about?

  2. Its great to have options and I appreciate seeing new innovations however I see no advantage over using a jig head or keel weighted hook, add stinger if higher hookup percentage is a concern.

  3. Great videos brother ! Where do you find the lead wire to add to hook to help bail get deeper. I have looked everywhere and I guess I don’t know what to ask for at hardware store. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  4. They will be releasing the "Loaded" version which is the line thru version of the "Dangerous " swimbaits, so you won't have to do anything to them!

  5. I love all the JDM joy boys crying over this swim bait being a knock off of the mag draft. When in reality it’s 100 times better than the magdraft free style.

  6. Mr. Big Balz, excellent tip and wonderfully detailed instruction! The pros are going to be upset with you letting out this secret. Unfortunately tw is currently out of stock.😓

  7. When more weight is desired for deeper and faster retrieves, I use Neko weights. To port out the holes for the fat neko weight heads, I use the handle from a cheap stylus (after pulling off the rubber tipped end piece) to core out just enough plastic for the neko head to fit completely in the body. Along with replacing the factory eyes, with bigger soft plastic/plastisol molded eyes (permanently bonded with "Mend It") I do this all the time with my new swimbaits, now, before I ever use them.

    Currently, I'm trying to get my Magdraft to walk the dog without removing the boot tail. 😂

  8. You can use a pop rivet sleeve as well for much cheaper and it works really well. Those even work on a fluke to make it a line through. The pop rivet will be lighter than those will as well.

  9. The 6th Sense Treble Head is the deal. Rigs the hook on top where it belongs and it catches them, you end up with a weightless treble hook in the top or side of the mouth. Not snagless but close.

  10. Like the idea homie but looks a bit to gawdy imo i prefer the old capri sun straw fits any and all swimmers no drills required 🤣

  11. Mr. Ballz here is the best trick tip secret you will ever get for putting a line through a bait get a regular q-tip pull the fuzzy off both ends trim it back just a tad make a point on it and there you go that is perfect it's cheap it's inexpensive it's readily available everywhere and nobody thinks about it.

  12. Always disliked the Magdraft, until this year, I caught multiple quality northern prespawn bass, and a new PB with that ultra slow cadence. Definitely throwing it around docks in the summer, then late fall when they feed up one last time.

  13. imake my line threw with a pop rivet take it apart and use the needle to make your hole take the sleeve into your bait push yopur line threw buy pop rivets at home depot

  14. I love mad scientist stuff when it comes to fishing. The best ones always look store bought. That's how this mod looks. Would you ever use a bobber stop to sort of inhibit how that line moves?

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