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    Quote Originally Posted by ClearCreek View Post
    I think this is the most logical answer to the question.

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    That and the temporary moment of slack a bite from a forward/upward swimming fish after a bait may cause, and the jig tips over from momentarily not being tight.

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    ketched a small one right under the bottom lip the other day and thought about ya .....just saying .
    according to my bud it was because they sometimes just hit the blades on bladed baits .
    Me dont think that though ,me thinks things just happen sometimes .....
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    They do some strange things. I have managed to hook a few in the tail.
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ketchn View Post
    ketched a small one right under the bottom lip the other day and thought about ya .....just saying .
    according to my bud it was because they sometimes just hit the blades on bladed baits .
    Me dont think that though ,me thinks things just happen sometimes .....
    I agree with Ketchin.Things just happen sometimes.
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