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Gary Yamamoto 6" Single Tail Grub

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I won a pack of these on eBay for $2.50 plus free shipping. I was wondering if anyone has used them and how they fished em. 6" size seems big for a trailer but I suppose you could cut 1" off. I got the black color.

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T rig them badboys on an EWG hook just like a worm. It has a lot of thump and a big profile that works well in dirty water and calls in the quality fish.

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T rig them badboys on an EWG hook just like a worm. It has a lot of thump and a big profile that works well in dirty water and calls in the quality fish.

Awesome I will. Would it work on a swim jig too, or do you think its too big. I was thinking black/blue swim jig.

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T rig them badboys on an EWG hook just like a worm. It has a lot of thump and a big profile that works well in dirty water and calls in the quality fish.

Do that or put them on a 1/4-1/2oz jig head and have at it.  Grubs are awesome baits fished by themselves, especially bigger ones.

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T rig them badboys on an EWG hook just like a worm. It has a lot of thump and a big profile that works well in dirty water and calls in the quality fish.

I was going to recommend this as well. the 6in yamamoto grubs are almost just a worm when they get to that size. tons and tons of tail action but have the durability tempered glass.

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Why chop 1" from the bait ?

 

At 6 " they are perfect.

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