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Prefered Weight T- Rigs/ Jigs

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I read the title of the topic and thought "Oh look another question with a thousand variables" lol.  Then I seen where you specified.  Thank you for that. However, it still depends I guess.  For fishing light cover or rock in 1-5ft I like 3/8 oz and 6-10ft I like 1/2 oz.  I'll mix it up though. Sometimes I'll throw a 3/4 oz at any depth If I get bit shallow with it. I can cover more water this way.

 

Edit:  My above comment is from the boat.  If I'm fishing from shore, I'll throw nothing heavier than a 3/8 oz for jigs and 1/4 oz for t rigs.

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T rig: 3/16 - 1/4 Jig: 3/8 or 1/2

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Majority of the time its T-Rig= 1/4 oz  Jig=3/8 oz

  I will ligten up if the bite is tough.

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Under 10ft

Trig 1/8-1/4

Jigs 1/4-1/2

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Under 10ft

Trig 1/8-1/4

Jigs 1/4-1/2

 This, but I will go lighter with a tube jig, or heavier with a T-rig if it's windy.

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T rig: 3/16 - 1/4 Jig: 3/8 or 1/2

X2 ;)

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T rig: 3/16 - 1/4 Jig: 3/8 or 1/2

This is what I use in normal situations.  We fished the other day with 17mph winds, I was trying to use a 1/2jig and trailer and could not keep it on the bottom and feel it.  Had to go to 3/4.

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1/4 or 3/8

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1/4-1/2

 

 

 

 

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T rig  1/8-1/4

Jig 3/8-1/2

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