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04-25-2012, 02:46 PM #11
I used something similar at grrenlick lake a few years ago but it was my version. Pretty similar but then I used 2 treble hooks. Too many fish hooked deep. Since then all circles for me. It worked to keep the bait above the weeds. Caught a good bit on it. My rig let the float slide up where the line was doubled to each hook and then a hook on each side of the bait.
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06-07-2012, 09:25 AM #12
Gonna try this rig out..... only question I have is will it matter if you use a small round bober or a cigar float instead of a peg float? I have no peg floats right now.
06-07-2012, 09:43 AM #13
I've heard the primary purpose is to keep cut bait from getting buried in the mud when your boat is riding the waves. The constant up and down motion of the boat digs your bait deeper and deeper into the mud. I guess if fishing with live bait it might keep the bait moving a little more as well, letting it try to fight its way to the bottom.
06-07-2012, 10:37 AM #14
it works but like the others said-I wouldnt pick it over the carolina-rig. I try to do the santee to be different if normal methods arent working. As far as the fella that said he was gonna add a bobber with BB for noise-someone once told me tieing a rattle trap or like bait with rattles to your leader would bring noise and vibration-I have tried it 5 times with no takers lol-you can see it on the rod thats standing up against the sink