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    Another great trip! Congrats!
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    Those are definetly some nice fish. Just curious about something, I have fished a lot of different colors and sizes of jig heads and skirts and I agree that usually bigger fish like bigger baits. What purpose or advantage do you think the insert style jigs serve?

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    Nice fish CA!


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    Quote Originally Posted by RLCRAPPIE View Post
    Those are definetly some nice fish. Just curious about something, I have fished a lot of different colors and sizes of jig heads and skirts and I agree that usually bigger fish like bigger baits. What purpose or advantage do you think the insert style jigs serve?
    Insert jig heads require no paint and are usually cheaper . I think the tubes last longer but you do need to retie to change but I like to cut off a few feet of line every change anyway . I seldom use but one color so only change is when fish tear it completely up .
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    Well done sir. Thanks for sharing.
    "Just Like Iron Sharpens Iron... So it is that One Man Sharpens Another Man." Proverbs 27:17
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    Is that at Nimrod? Didn't think you could fish there 20' above normal.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Yankee View Post
    Is that at Nimrod? Didn't think you could fish there 20' above normal.


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    Not fished Nimrod in weeks . Lake is 367 msl , about 22 feet above spring pool . Not worth my time but you might catch a few . The last time I fished here I limited on Sunday when lake just started up and was only 3 or 4 feet high and rising . Once it passes 350 msl I look else where to fish .

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    Nice


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    Just simply the best Nimrod
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    I have fished many times with Nimrod, one time we were the only boat in a white out rain and still catching crappie, we got a little wet but it is what it is.
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