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All depends.  You have other factors and conditions to look at as well.  

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There are MANY factors when fishing dropshotz. I personally think this a very good way to get finicky fish to bite.

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I fish a ton of drop shot but typically don't start out on it even on tough condition days. I will go through a cycle of other baits then if I have nothing at that point I spend a lot of time with drop shot to work for a bite, almost always gets me at least one.

 

So yes, I believe it is a good option during tough conditions but never rule out other possibilities. I have spent tough days fishing drop shot and only get a couple then have someone say they slammed them on spinnerbaits (which I had tied on ready to go but never threw), gotta make sure to at least try moving baits before dismissing.

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You cant even ask a question here anymore without getting...Use the search tool. Haha who cares if its been asked a 1000 times?? What would this place be without questions and opinions? Why dawg him for liking Mustad and posting about it? Facepalm? Get real ha

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Must have me confused with someone but ...

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You cant even ask a question here anymore without getting...Use the search tool. Haha who cares if its been asked a 1000 times?? What would this place be without questions and opinions? Why dawg him for liking Mustad and posting about it? Facepalm? Get real ha

Thank you!!!!! At least someone is with me on this!!

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Somewhat. I mean you should look up information first, BUT im sure we can all relate to getting a lil excited and posting real quick. Its all good though, dont let that distract you from asking questions.

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Guys, If were going to bust some ones balls for asking a question We may as well shut the forum down. Every question has been ask at one time or another. Either Give some advise or move on. No need to make the OP not want to ever ask a question again.

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Guys, If were going to bust some ones balls for asking a question We may as well shut the forum down. Every question has been ask at one time or another. Either Give some advise or move on. No need to make the OP not want to ever ask a question again.

 

Man, it's cabin fever time...

 

Okay guys, I get to read almost every post in every section of this Forum.

To say some questions are redundant is redundant! We encourage new

members to spend some time looking around the site, reading the fishing

articles and watching our videos. If you really want to ramp up the learning

curve, the articles and associated links will get you there faster than posts

on the Forum. That being said, the Forum is based on give and take, questions

and answers and in most cases opinion and bias.  

 

So, What's the best knot to tie the best lure to the best line on the best reel

on the best rod? These questions will be asked again and again. You have

ABSOLUTELY NO OBLIGATION to respond, just move on. For stuff you care

about, interaction on the Forum should be fun.

 

Let's try to be a little more courteous and gentle.

 

-Kent

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Water clarity is a big thing.. Cloud cover, all that stuff. Honestly, my ideal dropshot day is suspended fish, blue bird skies, and clear water.

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I know the dropshot rig can be very effective, but I prefer the ShakE2 instead.

 

 

 

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