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    TM's work great for crappie also....

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    How big are trout magnets (bodies) in relation to crappie magnets? I got one of their 96 piece starter packs (crappie magnets) and honestly, the hooks seemed too big for bluegills. We were getting a lot of "slaps" yesterday and couldn't hook anything until I went to a smaller hook (and bait).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmoopie View Post
    How big are trout magnets (bodies) in relation to crappie magnets? I got one of their 96 piece starter packs (crappie magnets) and honestly, the hooks seemed too big for bluegills. We were getting a lot of "slaps" yesterday and couldn't hook anything until I went to a smaller hook (and bait).

    TM bodies are much smaller than a CM....and CM hooks are not the best for catching bluegill. TM jig heads have a #8 hook. I don't use anything bigger than a #6 hook for bluegill...and most of the time it is a #8 and sometimes a #10. I know folks catch bluegill using a CM but that is certainly not the best way to go about it....and if you do use a CM for bluegill you certainly do not want to use the CM jig heads.


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    Any chance you have a photo of a CM and TM side by side?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmoopie View Post
    Any chance you have a photo of a CM and TM side by side?
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    Some nice catches. Hard to beat the Trout Magnet. Caught some crappie and gills on the pink and black one the other evening.
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    Nice job,
    What do you mean by learned to load up and cast a ul better?
    You mean matching gear. Or do you mean a technique used to actually cast the rod?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smoltz View Post
    Nice job,
    What do you mean by learned to load up and cast a ul better?
    You mean matching gear. Or do you mean a technique used to actually cast the rod?
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    Technique, I rarely use spinning gear so my technique is need a lot of adjustment. One day a friend (from local forum) came fish with me and showed me how to proper cast light lure. He cast 1/16oz on ML further than me casting same lure on UL.

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