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storm verses tsunami swim baits

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Storm and Tsunami are pretty much the same. You can catch bass and blue on them. The Tsunami is better for blue fish 'cause it is tougher and the hook is more to the rear so you'll loose it's tail but still caught the blue where as Storm you just lost it's tail. The Tsunami is also more dense, for the same weight the Tsunami is smaller in size, than Storm so if the current is fast and the canal is deep the Tsunami will go deeper faster where the cows are waiting.

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those big swim baits are hell to throw even with a rod rated to 6oz

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I like using the storms and its getting pretty close to the best time of the

year for using them. Don't forget what I said about Octover for the north

shore area. And no I didn't spell that wrong.

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Before a bluefish gets hold of them there might be some difference. Afterwards, not much.

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STRIPER MAN, I tried one of the tsunami last week, had no problem throwing it a good 100yds on a 10" 1-6oz rated rod PENN POWER STICK. there CHEEP, are great for testing the water locating fish, don't mind loosssssing them.

GOOD LUCK GOOD PLUGIN B)

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Yes I beleive there is a difference between the two. I find Storm are more productive and have tested their effectiveness on the same day with two rods rigged with one on each. The storm seem to attract fish with its tail movement more so than Tsunami. Worked again yesterday at PI. $inch to 6 inch Storm do the job. I can throw a 5 inch all day and the distance to the big fish.

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