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Kut Tail Worm Rigging

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Whether T-Rigging or Shakyhead , how do you rig the kut tail worm with respect to the tail orientation : "Rudder" up or rudder down (or does it matter) ?

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

 

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

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It would appear to me that whether rigged  weightless , T-Rig or jig head : Rigging with the flat side down will provide the best potential action on the drop .

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This and the MegaStrike Jig Craw are my primary shakey head baits.

The orientation on the Kut Tail makes no difference.

 

 

 

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

 

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

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When fished unweighted, put the flat edge of the tail down. It will have more action on a slow drop. Once you add weight to the mix, it makes no difference.

 

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