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    Skipjack to use July/August for Ohio River Bluecats.

    When the crappie are scarce. LOL
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    interesting , they use lots of big gizzard shad here and buffalo cut bait for blue cats around here too, but they do not target them till winter time in these parts much ....
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    What do you use to catch a skipjack? Sibiki rig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCkenner View Post
    What do you use to catch a skipjack? Sibiki rig?
    I trim a sabiki rig down to a length that can be cast easily and tip it with a 1/2oz chrome/green dressed spoon. The added weight helps to get some distance.
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