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How Do The Snagless Slider Heads Work In Grass?

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How do the Snagless Slider heads work in grass? Are they pretty weedless?

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And are there other style slider heads that work better in grass?

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Awesome in grass. Pointed enough to slide through like a Texas rig, but rounded enough on bottom to give a stand up (shaky head) effect also. I use Slider Pro (beefed up hook) since I use braid almost exclusively. I use them for finesse worms and other thin-bodied plastics.

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X2 in what basscrusher said. They are great, but more of a finesse bait head. From anything larger than 4"-5", I like to Texas rig w/ a tungsten weight and EWG worm hook.

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They are great but also try owner ultrahead's.Those two are my favorite for grass.

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This was my money rig at the Guntersville Roadtrip this year. 1/16 slider spider head, green pumpkin trick worm. As long as you rig the worm straight and bury/texpose the hook, it'll come through the grass just fine.

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They are great but also try owner ultrahead's.Those two are my favorite for grass.

X2.

These are the most balanced, straight running jig heads I've ever fished. Extremely weedless and Owner sharp.

They also have a Spring on Shank, which really holds the bait in place.

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