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    Default More salted shrimp victims.

    That 1st gill was extra purdy very bright yellow - didn't show up in the pic. Water temp last Thursday was 58 59.Name:  20191020_121450.jpg
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    Nice catch!
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    Quite a variety you have there.
    Guess everyone likes shrimp!



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    wow all fish luved that lure
    CG1 "Dances with fish"
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    Good catch. Glad you got into them.
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    tipping a jig with the right stuff can sure make it fun
    congrats on a fine mixed bag a fisheez bro
    sum kawl me tha outlaw ketchn whales
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    Salted shrimp pieces has been all I've fished with lately (been targeting Bream) they thumb the nose at anything else
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    I noticed a few years back when I started using chartreuse nibbles when jiggin fer crappie the bluegill loved them and I been tippin jigs ever since with a nibble of some sort - nibbles - tiny piece of worm - salted shrimp - minners dead or alive - pieces of minners - and I dont buy minners I get them free from fisherman who are done fishing for the day and I seal em up in a baggie and in the ice chest and in the freezer when I get home - crappie etc love dead minners in pieces or whole. Some will disagree but works fer me and hopefully you to!

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    Does adding plastic really matter @all?? in other words plain hook/colored jighead(bare)?

    u2s

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    Quote Originally Posted by up2specks View Post
    Does adding plastic really matter @all?? in other words plain hook/colored jighead(bare)?

    u2s
    Either way with or without will catch fish but a jig body will aid in out the jig swims, fall rate, visibility, etc.

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