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    How do you keep hot dog chunks on the hook?
    Do you cook them first?
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    My grandfather used to cut them 1/4 X 1/4 by 1/2 thick then freeze them night before. Day of just kept them on ice and they stayed on pretty well. That was a very, very long time ago. He always caught some kind of fish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JCCLARK View Post
    How do you keep hot dog chunks on the hook?
    Do you cook them first?
    No cooking, I cut them about 3/8 wide then quarter the slice. Then put it on the hook. Usually takes about 15 seconds before it gets hit



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    Finished our trip on GRL Friday. It wasn't a "great" catching trip but we caught quite a few found a few more spots to check next time we go. Almost all were on minnows.

    We cut through the gap across from Emerald Isle Marina several times and one time through I saw what I swear to you was a small "monkey" heading up the bank from the water's edge. It was on all fours and had a monkey like long tail and if it was a squirrel it was the biggest, fattest squirrel I've ever seen. Anyone know any legends of the "Monkey of Green River Lake"? LOL
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