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Megabass X-140 versus X-120

Discussion in 'Diving Hard Lures' started by {name}, Apr 12, 2015.

  1. Throbbing Member

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    Megabass X-140 versus X-120

    Both very similar lures but the X-140 far out catches for me than the X-120. Why is this??
     
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  2. Snapper

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    Do you use the X-140 more Nigel? That is one possible explanation.

    I have never tried the X-120 but the X-140 is in my top 3.
     
  3. Striper

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    I have both in hama shirasu but hardly use them!

    Take it I'm missing out on a lot of fish!!!!
     
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    I've given the X-120 a lot of water time Walter, but I've lost confidence in the lure even though it looks stunning & very sand eel like.
     
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    Well with the X-140 you are Dan
     
  6. Tarpon

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    X-140 has got me a lot of bass.
     
  7. Striper

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    I'll add it to my "A" box this year to try it more then.
     
  8. Striper

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    X140 Hama is a great lure. Not caught on the X120 Nigel but in fairness it doesn't get a lot of water time. Reminds me of the MOAB 120, which looks great, but hasn't delivered the goods either.
     
  9. Pollock

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    I've caught on the X-140 and the Pollack really like it but not a sniff on the X-120 yet.
     
  10. Snapper

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    Yes Andy. I have also found that pollock (small in my case) are also very fond of the X-140.
     
  11. Chub

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    Love the X120, killer bass lure, but then so is the X140.........
     
  12. Pollock

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    My go to lures. Definitely X120 catches more for me
     
  13. Pollock

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    I wasn't going to mention that they were mostly small Walter :lol:, though my PB shore Pollack of just under 5lb was caught on the X-140 all the rest have been under a pound.
     
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    X-120 for me.
    But I fish a lot of very shallow ground so 'Forced' to fish it more as it swims that bit shallower than it big brother.
    The X-120 also suits my rod better (injection). It flys for its size and weight.

    Cheers Nath
     
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  15. Pollock

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    Interesting post Nathan, most of my marks are shallow too so I took the X-140 out of my A - box quite some time ago, after reading this thread though I had put the X-120 in for this year so it's nice to hear that someone else from this neck of the woods uses it :wink:.
     
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    Boyth excellent lures. I prefer the x-120 in the early season when bass hunt smaller baitfish. I love the x-120 too for fishing for asp here at the rivers and canals. The x-140 casts further but runs deeper. It all depends on the circumstances like wind, swell shallow grounds.
     

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