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Thread: Gurglers. Too big for panfish but the bass should love them.

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    I tie these up in a variety of sizes and colors.
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    Those look very nice. So do those float on top of the water? Had never seen them before. Only fish for pan fish.

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    You can tie them up small Fun fishing top water, cut the lip off and they dive then rise to surface. Trigger lots of fun strikes

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    Look up gurgler and slider patterns on youtube.

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    Those are nice ties and should work for bass. As always, it is surprising how small a fish will attack some of these baits. Like you, waiting for some warmer weather, which may hit the 60s this week in SE PA. Hope so!
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Size:  88.7 KBThe slider has no lip. And it darts under the surface when stripped quickly, it will pop back up at rest. The gurgler with its big lip will make a pop when pulled in hard short strips. When stripped steady it leaves a good sized v wake that will draw attention from feeding fish. They are fun especially on flat calm days.
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    I have some of the cutters and am now thinking about getting the set of gurgler cutters due to your post. I am thinking of more fly fishing this year, well at least some, lol!

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    Skip no need for cutters. I just use a straight edge and a razor knife Scissors if you want to taper. Pretty simple ties.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crashfromboston View Post
    Skip no need for cutters. I just use a straight edge and a razor knife Scissors if you want to taper. Pretty simple ties.
    I will give it a try, but like how the cutters make it the right length. However I see your point, it can't be all that hard either. Also I can buy them wholesale so they are not really high cost and doubt I want them all.

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    colors of Marabou plus other things!

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