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Floating Comidas

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Alright I bought a pack of pumpkin pepper comidas and they float. At first I thought it was because i was using braided line but they still floated when using FC line. The tail end would float and the hooked portion would sink about 1 inch. Has anyone else experiences this? Well they will be good on a carolina rig i suppose...

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First I have heard of it.. they should sink, are you sure it was a comida and not a crawler.. the crawlers dont have salt, but the comida should, thus making it sink.

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It says Mister Twister 5" Comida on the Label but it really doesnt have the slimey stuff on it like my other pack.

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First I've heard of it also. I use mainly Berkley Fat Sinkworms. I tried comidas for a while because they're quite a bit cheaper, but I like the action on the BFSW better and have had better luck with them. Surprisingly enough I have never tried an actual Senko. Go figure.

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I had the same issue as well with a pack of 5" Junebug colored Comidas recently. I'm used to the Gulp sinking minnows though, so maybe the Comidas just take a lot longer to sink if there's no weight added.

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Thanks dietz. Ive got pics if you need them

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ya, thats weird. I was going to say the same thing deitz, all the packs that i have all sink. I dont understand that at all.

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Weird. I've been going through Comidas like crazy and have never ran into this problem.

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Deitz I had problems with transfering pictures from my cellso they will be from an actual phone number to let know. Also, The pics are not very high quality.

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