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#16 guitarkid

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Posted December 19 2012 - 02:04 AM

as little weight as possible, mostly none. but every once in a while a 1/64, or 1/32 oz weight.



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Posted December 19 2012 - 06:45 AM

Swim it weightless through vegetation, or as a jig trailer.
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Posted December 19 2012 - 07:21 AM

Another method I use is similar to a shakey head, but it is more snag free. I use a Confidence Baits Draggin' Head in the 1/8oz long shank size (equivalent to a 2/0 EWG) and rig it like a shakey head. Doing this will take any soft plastic and orient it at an upwards angle. Really deadly on small tubes or small profile craws like the PowerTeam Lures 3.5" Craw D'oeuvre. It places the tentacles up and in a battle stance or defensive posture. I'm not a staffer or rep for Jeff's prodcuts - just a loyal user of the Draggin' Head. Here's a video shogin how many different soft plastics you can use with the jig head.


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