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Tube fishermen/women, do you prefer to use the tube jig heads or peg a weight right on top of a EWG or other hook?

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use to use an oldham style weedless jighead from BPS but I switched to the Lindy E-Z weights. Alot easier and quicker and don't require you to retie everytime the tube tears up.

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jig heads for open water and deep water, texas style for flipping and pitching heavy cover.

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Insert tube jig heads for deepwater "dragging", and bed fishing, usually 3/8's oz. Flipping/pitching t-rigged with EWG hook, weight pegged, 1/4 oz - 1oz depending on.............well alot of stuff.

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60 degree tube jigs for open water. I came up with an internal weight rig used in conjunction with an EWG hook for when I want weedless and weighted.

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Jigheads for about 90% of my fishing.

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Fin-tech Titleshot jig...great for tubes, beavers and craws.  It's very snag resistant, doesn't tear up the baits and comes in a variety of head styles, colors and weights.

www.jigfish.com

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