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    Default New rig for some gill.

    Finally I got a new rig for bluegill Daiwa Presso 56 and Daiwa Legalis 1000Lt, I hope it works and catch me more gills. Now time to find where those gills hang out.
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    nice looking rig....i finally have three rigs i use for gills , two super ultralight that i use for crappie and gills , and one extra extra ultralight just for gills...the rods are just low-end rods but for the present they get the job done..i will get some higher end rods as budget allows , having 3 makes it a lot easier to just pick up a change of lure , instead of having to tie on another........good luck with the gills !!.........i see that they are coming out with a stradic lt soon , i will get one of those too when i can....
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    Nice....doh, thought you were talking about the motorcycle. K cool, that fishing rig is nice too. Thanks for sharing.
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    I keep 3 rigged and ready, when I go after gills, for the same reason, if one is not producing, I will use another. Different baits on each one. That is a nice setup for sure, you have!
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    As of now I think of 3 rigs that I could use for gill, 1/32oz #6 hook, drag and hop on bottom, 1/32oz #6 hook on float and split shot rig. As for now, I’m gonna be just fishing around shallow shoreline. What would be my best bet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just_Bass View Post
    What would be my best bet?
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    1/32oz #6 hook, drag and hop on bottom ...
    ... but I'd fish off the bottom.
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    You guys usually do shorter or longer rods for bluegill fishing? I've got a 5'6" light and a 7' ultralight right now and like em both for fishing gills. I think having a few rigged up different would be a good idea but not sure which direction to go.
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    Very nice set up.
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    JB - I'm going to be @ LP on Sunday with my buddy Tu. I leave out of the marina ~0620 - we will be trolling in the east end. Can give you a few pointers, look for a pontoon with a blue top.
    RS - I like the longer rods for casting & trolling and use short rods (5.5' and shorter) for dock fishing. I fish from a boat so normally have 4 to 6 rods rigged (also I'm a lazy fisherperson). The less expensive JDM rods are awesome too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LedHed View Post
    JB - I'm going to be @ LP on Sunday with my buddy Tu. I leave out of the marina ~0620 - we will be trolling in the east end. Can give you a few pointers, look for a pontoon with a blue top.
    Thanks, ill look for you next time I’m out to Perris.

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