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    Was talking with a guy today that said he uses a rig like above for pushing jigs. Just wondering if anyone here ever uses a ď3 jig RigĒ. Seems like it may be more trouble than itís worth but if I know me, Iíll end up trying it.

    You guys ever push multiple hooks on one rod?

    May be good for scouting new areas.

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    Sometimes I will push and pull dbl jigs but not 3. IMO that's to much trouble

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    I push doubles a lot, but donít know that Iíd want to mess with 3.


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    It's not legal a lot of places
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    a pain to me.

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    Not legal in my state

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    Back years ago we used to push as many as 8. Just tie each one on with a small loop knot and push with 4 oz weights. KNew some guys who used 8 oz and as many as 12 per pole.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cray View Post
    Back years ago we used to push as many as 8. Just tie each one on with a small loop knot and push with 4 oz weights. KNew some guys who used 8 oz and as many as 12 per pole.
    That’s crazy! I can tell ya how that would work out for me. I’d swing 1 fish in the boat and have to pull 3 hooks out of my forehead and neck.
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    You would be surprised how well it works. Had more trouble with them hanging in shirt sleeves. Only put them about 6 in apart and lots of times you would have 3-4 fish. Not monsters but good 10 in fish. That heavy weight helped keep line tight.
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    I’m gonna try it with 3. I’ve been fishing a 1 ounce weight and 1 jig and doing pretty good. Gonna try 2 ounces and 3 jigs.
    If this rain doesn’t mess tomorrow up.

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