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Thread: Article: The SLAB RIG - or - What I learned on my Winter Vacation

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    Thanks Good idea like the bead between the blade and the line tie.

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    Good Stuff....Thanks

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    I'm gonna try this, thanks for the tip!

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    Great idea, I will try that.

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    I use a heavier jig in the front to help with separation. 1/16th in the front and 1/32nd in the back. The 1/16th will hang lower than the 1/32nd and I use a longer loop on the front jig, usually 4-5 inches.

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    Looks like that will work. It is similar to the one drill instructor showed me and then fished it with Russ Bailey. That rig sure did boat a lot of fish. Perhaps you should also post a photo of that on the stickie Knots and Rig Drawings on the main crappie page. Well done Ed.

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    I will be trying that ,Thanks

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    I've used something similar. I tied teaser flies for the trailer. A drop of super glue may help on that plastic too. Thanks for the tip!

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    Well thought out. Nice concept.

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