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    Exclamation DANGER! DANGER! (Photo)

    This is gonna mean trouble for some crappies.:D:D:D:D

    "Michael, The dropper rig looks good. I’ve watched a lot of underwater video of dropper rigs in action and there are a lot of times the fish hit the spoon instead of the dropper jig; so your single-hook on the weight idea is a good one." Doug Stange, Ed in chief http://www.crappie.com/crappie/main-...nfisherman.com

    "THEY ARE SOME DERN WELL BUILT,NICE LOOKING JIGS THERE SHIP!" grubfarmer67 http://www.crappie.com/crappie/main-...ww.crappie.com








    It is a known fact that all fish will eat off the bottom. Different “Search lures” have been in existence for over 30 years. The beauty of my dropper rig that I personally created and solder together is that it can be used as a search lure, a dropper rig on the bottom and also fished very effectively beneath a slip float. It is a soldered swivel and pinmin combination that acts as a weight and attractor and allows you to attach a small finesse jig that triggers fish into biting. Fish this on the bottom to attract fish or you can swim it under a slip float. The nickel finish and the colors on the pinmin weight really attract fish. As a bonus, they will often hit the hook on the pinmin. The loop knot keeps the small jig acting properly. It allows it to be free riding so that it flutters and looks realistic to the fish. When fished under a slip float the waves will impart all the action that is needed.

    I fish it as a dropper loop setup under a bobber. It acts as an attractor and the weight(Takes the place of my sinker.) Below the dropper is another jig usually 1/32nd oz. The fish see the attractor and hit the tiny offering below it. As a bonus you will oftentimes get an extra fish catch on the dropper. Tip with maggots.
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    hmmm I like those Ship!!

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    I have never seen anyone use anything like that.

    Exactly how does one fish with those? cast; vertical; troll; under a float???

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    Myself I would do vertical fishing with that kind of setup.
    But do believe that other methods will work also.
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    I like that too Ship. Looks interesting.

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    Interesting.

    You could lift the Titanic whit that rig Ship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaunc View Post
    I like that too Ship. Looks interesting.
    Thank you chaunc and others. I fish it as a dropper loop setup under a bobber. It acts as an attractor and the weight(Takes the place of my sinker.) Below the dropper is another jig usually 1/32nd oz. The fish see the attractor and hit the tiny offering below it. As a bonus you will oftentimes get a catch on the dropper. :D:D:D Tip with maggots.
    Last edited by shipahoy41; 02-06-2009 at 07:22 PM.

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    hey ship whats that jig weigh?
    i am sure it will work for crappie but if you get back up to lake erie it will kill the jumbo perch. they love a dropper rig.
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    cost and weight please.

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    Mr. Ship Ahoy:

    Great mod to your original. I like; I want; I'll send a PM tomorrow.
    The frenzy is almost here!!!
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