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New Video: Pegging Weights

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I just posted a new video about different ways to peg sinkers.  Check it out!

 

http://www.bassresource.com/bass-fishing-videos/pegging-weight-texas.html

 

Let me know your thoughts!

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Thank you very much for this video. I have read that pegging your weight can really help flipping grass and everywhere I fish is full of grass. This will be very useful to me. Glenn you have benefitted my fishing a ton. Thanks you!

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Thanks Glen, your the best!

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In what situations would you want to peg your plastics as opposed to weightless? Would you want to use it if you have to get it through vegitation/cover? Or if you were fishing deeper?

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Thanks for the video Glenn! Helped me a lot.

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Thanks Glenn. Great job on your Ned Rig video also!

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Thanks guys!  I appreciate the kind words.

 

 

In what situations would you want to peg your plastics as opposed to weightless? Would you want to use it if you have to get it through vegitation/cover? Or if you were fishing deeper?

I always peg my weights when using them.  Always.  I want to have direct contact with the bait at all times, and thus, detect the bite.  Usually I fish with weights when I'm pitching into cover, or have thick vegetation.  But more important than that, is when/if the fish want a faster fall.  Sometimes a reaction bite is the only way to get them to bite, so a fast fall is in order.  Other times they want a slow, lethargic fall, and that's when I go weightless.

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I usually if it's in grass so it comes through easer. Baits move differently f pegged so I will switch it up. One thing though that brothers me a having to retie if I need to change weights. Why doesn't someone make a bullet weight with a spiral cut arond it. That way you can spin them on or off quickly. Or some kind of similar design. Get on it people. I would buy them in a second.

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In what situations would you want to peg your plastics as opposed to weightless? Would you want to use it if you have to get it through vegitation/cover? Or if you were fishing deeper?

Also, it's easier to pitch a t rig if the weight is pegged.

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I saw a video with shaw grigsby I think saying he couldn't buy a bite pegged. As soon as he unpegged his bait fish after fish.

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I saw a video with shaw grigsby I think saying he couldn't buy a bite pegged. As soon as he unpegged his bait fish after fish.

Because the presentation was diferent. Pegged rof is faster, unpegged rof is slower.

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