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03-22-2010, 09:59 PM #21
i hate the people that live jugs out and i have to pic them up
03-31-2010, 12:43 AM #22
Trotlines are my favorite.
04-03-2010, 10:06 PM #23
i voted limb lines because thats the easiest thing to do that we are allowed here, jugs are not legal here but I have done some jugging in another state and it was a blast. I have mainly only run limblines on rivers as that is whats close to home. Been thinking about doing it again this year,but who knows what will happen. noodling I did as a young teenager till the guy that taught me got ahold of a beaver that cut him up so bad he didn't make it back to the truck,died right there along the river,no more grabbin for me.
04-09-2010, 01:08 PM #24
ANCHORED Jugs: (Tied off, or rendered immobile by a really heavy weight) must be attended once every 24 hours.
UN-ANCHORED Jugs: Must be attended at least once per hour in an impoundment, but must be attended at ALL TIMES in a RIVER or STREAM.
04-10-2010, 12:12 AM #25
I can't remember who posted it, but I saw on here one time about taking plastic soda bottles and fill them with quickcrete, and put a wire loop in the top. When the quickcrete sets up, take a heat gun and do a shrink wrap job on the plastic bottle. Of course, I thought this was a great idea, and made a bunch of 'em up. A bag of quickcrete is like $3, and I have a whole spool of galvanized wire, and a surplus of Mt. Dew bottles. Anyways...I love these weights. They don't scratch everything up, or rust. I usually tie a trotline between 2 snags, and put 2 or 3 of these weights on a string about a foot longer than the drops to my hooks. Works great. These weights would also be awesome for anchored jugs in a lake. Any old weights would work. I just like these ones alot, and thought I'd toss the idea out there again incase somebody else is interested.
BTW...I've gotten over being against the new reg. Yeah, it's pretty much unenforceable, and kinda a junk law in that respect, but I wouldn't be sitting there counting jugs constantly anymore either. It's stressful to me to not be able to locate a jug. Is a fish on it? Did the wind blow it into some brush? Is the carp cop watching me? Now it's not as urgent to locate all the jugs, lol.
05-05-2010, 12:14 PM #26
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05-05-2010, 03:14 PM #27
It's real close for me between trotlining and noodling. When it comes to trotlining I love the rush you feel when you grab one end of the line to run and it pulls back. I've always had great luck on trotlines, but not so much on limblines. Jugs are fun for small eaters. I ended up voting for noodling though, since they legalized it here I've been going whenever I can, getting bit is a rush that never gets old.
05-07-2010, 03:07 PM #28
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