Durabait....where to buy now?

Discussion in 'Saltwater Fishing Forum' started by Seafever, Sep 2, 2017.

  1. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    Where on Van Isle do they sell the complete line of Durabait products?

    The Durabait website isn't helpful at all...
     
  2. Gear'n'beer!

    Gear'n'beer! Well-Known Member

    Wisebuys had them. Alpine bought the works up....... I would give Aaron a call at alpine and see what he has left
     
  3. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    Never heard of Alpine...where are they?

    And is Durabait out of business now and it's just whatever old stock out there is being sold off?
     
  4. RogersonCrusoe

    RogersonCrusoe Active Member

    Trotac has a good selection and Sherwood Marine in central Saanich. Alpine Marine is in Langford

    The owner is still in business and has moved away from fake whole anchovy on teaserhead and into sort of a strip-on-a-wire so it's more tunable. Hard to describe.
     
  5. RiverBoy

    RiverBoy Well-Known Member

    there's lots at the shop-rite store in Port McNeill. not sure if it's the complete line
     
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  6. Alpine Marine

    Alpine Marine New Member

    We do have some in stock at alpine and will be restocking soon.
     
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  7. Alpine Marine

    Alpine Marine New Member

    new stock has arrived! 22448517_913863248767186_1734053371443114405_n.jpg
     
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  8. tailchaser

    tailchaser New Member

    Harbour Chandler in nanaimo has them in stock too!
     
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  9. Ruff

    Ruff Member

    Do they work? I've always run bait here on the north coast but saw some of these at the marina the other day. If they work as well as bait then I might give them a try in the spring.
     
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  10. Gear'n'beer!

    Gear'n'beer! Well-Known Member

    Well......they aren't bait but do roll like bait given the right tweak. I'm not going to bash or rave about them..... I have caught fish using them however, mostly winter resident fishing.

    Good luck!
    GnB
     
  11. Chuck

    Chuck Active Member

    Used them fishin Nootka with success. Tune em and add some scent and good to go...
     
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  12. Last Chance

    Last Chance Admin Staff Member

    Good for Winters, or offshore WCVI feeders, but I would probably use bait myself if looking for in shore mature fish.
     
  13. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    In the summer I didn't get any fish with the Durabait that looks like a baitfish. May have been my fault because you have to get those to roll nice just like any other bait rig.

    However the one pictured below seemed to turn them on in clear head. (Green head:- no)

    Pretty easy to rig...then just get them up to correct speed and no problem..

    (You need roller beadchain on the flasher end of the leader)

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  14. Durabaiter4life

    Durabaiter4life New Member

    Durabaits are sold at.... Trotac Marine in Victoria,Alpine Marine in Langford,Island Outfitters in Victoria,Sherwood Marine in Saanichton ,Home Hardware in Sidney ,Harbor Chandler in Nanaimo ,Method Marine in Tofino ,Tyee Marine in Campbell River and Courtney ,Shop-Rite in Port McNeil, and Sea-Sport Marine in Prince Rupert....and yes they do work. I have won three derbies with them and placed in top 5 in two others. Won Elk Lake Derby twice with the trout baits, and James Bay Anglers with a 22 pounder caught beside breakwater. They work all year round you just have to find the fish and put one in front of them!!
     
  15. Durabaiter4life

    Durabaiter4life New Member

    Seafever...are you talking about Durabaits or Baitrix?.....what is in the picture is a Baitrix... Durabaits and Baitrix are two different products made from different material
     
  16. Seafever

    Seafever Well-Known Member

    I get them confused. Yep. Baitrix. I think they both made imitation strip though..
     
  17. MadJigga

    MadJigga Active Member

    The Baitrix looks interesting. Decent website but it looks that they're selling the business and they can't be ordered online. I'm curios who stocks them as well?
     
  18. Durabaiter4life

    Durabaiter4life New Member

    Yup, the Baitrix strip you need a teaser head which are getting hard to find now, but Durabaits strip comes in three sizes and no teaser head needed, they are tunable as well...
     

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