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I hear alot of buzz about the ring fry.

Is it primarily a dropshot, c-rig, or flippin bait?

any particlar colors that seem especially good, or do the "usual suspects" get the nod, (as usual)

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Down here on the big pond they mostly Carolina Rig em with Red Bug getting top status  

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A long time staple on Lake Fork, the greens/pumpkin green pepper/ red flake/ and such have been a c-rig favorite.  

Matt

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Around here they get T-rigged (usually with a 1/16 oz weight or weightless depending on the wind) and C-rigged as well.  Another way to fish 'em is rigged weightless with a nail weight stuck in the bottom.  This makes 'em back up and gives the fish another look.  The primary colors in the this area are green pumpkin, water melon red flake, and colors like this.  They did make one that was called blue bruiser, I think, that was a black/blue laminate but I have heard they stopped making them.  Also, a lot of guys throw both the regular 4" and the Baby ring fries (3.5").  I think the design casues subsurface water displacement that gets the bass' attention and causes them to stike, but any way they are deadly.

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The Ring Fry is a great bait.  The usual colors will work.

They are great on a Crig, but they can be Trigged, flipped or fished weightless or wacky as well.

Good baits IMO.

Brad

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I have used a camo fry on a drop shot rig and whacked a couple of 2# bass...

I like em!

AL

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