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    Quote Originally Posted by castingcole View Post
    I have 2 types of those rn but haven’t caught any one them. How do you fish them? Just swim them or jig them
    Swim slowly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deathb4disco View Post
    Swim slowly.
    Thanks. I have been jigging


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    All my jigs I have been swimming really really slowly, even in the heat of summer. But Iíve been fishing an old one lane bridge thatís been closed off to vehicle traffic. Casting upside down under the bridge as far as I can and slowly cranking it back...it works.


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    I only use ball head jigs: 1/24 oz with #6 hook. It's in between a 1/32 and 1/16 oz, hook sizes #8, 6, 4, also used depending on lure length especially , speed and type of retrieve and depth fished. No collar ever. 6 lb test diameter line also crucial for light lures.

    Note where the hooks comes out:

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    No way to be to small . I keep one rod with 1/100 with a #3 split shot 10 inches above it . The small pop eye jig from Leland lures will get slammed by finicky fish on Grenada .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoonminnow View Post
    I only use ball head jigs: 1/24 oz with #6 hook. It's in between a 1/32 and 1/16 oz, hook sizes #8, 6, 4, also used depending on lure length especially , speed and type of retrieve and depth fished. No collar ever. 6 lb test diameter line also crucial for light lures.

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    Thank you. Your pictures have been awesome and super helpful. Thank you!!


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    Hey, a picture speaks a thousand words especially when they include fish caught. I store 312 photos on an on-line site and over 1000 shots in various folders stored on the pc and a memory stick. The variations are incredible when it comes to lure shapes and size combinations that have caught and will catch fish of different species.

    Memory is not a good way to recall what you used three years ago on a certain lake and time of year that caught fish. A fishing buddy only catches fish on a Crappie Magnet / red body-chartreuse tail and does almost as well, but lure variety and presentations keeps my interest. Using only one or a few lures a few ways - NOPE!

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