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    Default Pre-tied Wire Rigs?

    Just curious if these are generally considered as acceptable or something to be avoided? Eagle Claw is the brand that I'm familiar with.

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    Are you talking snell?
    If so Just tie your own


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    Tie a hook on, come up a foot. and tie a Surgeon's loop... done.

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    I think he's referring to these :




    And if so, my advice is don't bother. All that hardware isn't necessary.

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    Yes that is exactly what I'm referring to.

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    I've never used them for crappie, but I use them for bottom fish. I'll use them in Coos Bay on the Oregone coast. I'll put a gulp minnow or half gulp sand worm on each hook. 1 to 4 ounces of lead on the bottom depending on the tide. Most of the rock fish will be blacks around 2 pounds. A real good one will be 4 to 5 pounds.Name:  Screenshot_20201121-141125.jpg
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Size:  26.1 KB A couple years ago my hooked a halibut on one, had it on for a few runs before it snapped off.

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    On occasion I have found these really cheap in price . They will hold a minnow and will work .

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