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i just picked up a couple packs of these baits. any tips on fishin them? thanks

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with the YUM wooly bugs 4.25"...i use the 4 or 5/0 gamakatsu EWG weighted spring lock hooks...cast'em and let them fall & hit bottom...couple of short quick pops & let fall again...

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thanks guys. figured id texas rig em and fish trees and rocks on the river. gonna try em this evening on the miss ill let you know if they produce

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really, the amount of ways to rig this is limited to your imagination.

Texas rig

jig worm

carolina rig

split shot rig

drop shot

as a jig trailer

on a shakey jig

wightless over slop

rigged backwards.

you name it it can be done and it can catch fish.

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thanks guys. used them today with not much luck. didnt have much period. i managed 2 smallies from the river. one on a tube and the other on a wacky worm. slow day overall. the water is pretty murky from the rain. oh well my 6 year old caught his first bass ever so it was a great day.

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Check out what was done with them on Oneida the other weekend in the elite series.

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