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Awesome Morn In Nj .. 2 Hosses.. Even Mattlures Got In

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Too lazy to get the boat out this morn and decided to bankbeat.. in 3 hours of work landed close to 20 fish (lost count) mostly 2-3 pounders but did cap it off with 2 hosses:

  21" 5.5 lb and a 20" 4 3/4lb (the 20" broke my flippin stick and ended my day)

Even Mattlures got into it .. first fish on Mattlures only a 14" but hey its the first on the Hardgill.. gonna use it alil more going forward.

Fishin itch is scratched for another week..

 

 

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Very nice sir!

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That's what I'm talking about ~ !

 

Nice Bass right there . . . 

 

Congrats

 

A-Jay

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Wow! Nice haul!

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Can you explain what you've got going on with the lead on the trebles? I have a slow floater, and seeing this intrigues me. Nice fish!

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Can you explain what you've got going on with the lead on the trebles? I have a slow floater, and seeing this intrigues me. Nice fish!

Slow floater? :)

I have a floater and I think I made the right decision.

Reason is I can essentially make this floater a slow sink (which is how its rigged in the pic)

or leave it as a floater

or fish it like a drop shot (which is a bit of a pain to rig up)

I did it awhile ago but I believe its 2 x 1/8 ounce weight one on each treble

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Slow floater? :)

I have a floater and I think I made the right decision.

Reason is I can essentially make this floater a slow sink (which is how its rigged in the pic)

or leave it as a floater

or fish it like a drop shot (which is a bit of a pain to rig up)

I did it awhile ago but I believe its 2 x 1/8 ounce weight one on each treble

Yeah slow float is a thing according to mattlures

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Yeah slow float is a thing according to mattlures

SINK RATES: 3 piece Floating, 3 Piece Heavy Floating, 3 Piece Super Slow Sinking,

3 Piece Slow Sinking, 2 Piece Floating, 2 Piece Heavy Floating,

2 Piece Super Slow Sinking, and 2 Piece Slow Sinking

They are 5.75 inches long and weigh between 1.5 oz and 2 oz.

 

Mine is the 3 piece floating.. i guess u have the heavy floating?  How is that btw.. I never knew what exactly that meant

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SINK RATES: 3 piece Floating, 3 Piece Heavy Floating, 3 Piece Super Slow Sinking,

3 Piece Slow Sinking, 2 Piece Floating, 2 Piece Heavy Floating,

2 Piece Super Slow Sinking, and 2 Piece Slow Sinking

They are 5.75 inches long and weigh between 1.5 oz and 2 oz.

 

Mine is the 3 piece floating.. i guess u have the heavy floating?  How is that btw.. I never knew what exactly that meant

I could have sworn it was called a slow floater when I bought it on one of the releases which I believe was in october or november last year (at least that's when I received the bait). I'm sure there is some reason you would need a heavy floater rather than a normal floater, but I don't know the difference.

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You have some nice bass! Good going!

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Those are some hawgs dog!^5

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Nice! Where are you catching these Hawgs? PM me, I need to get into some of those, unless it's your secret honey hole of coarse.

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Will do.

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Great day.  Congrats on some great looking fish.

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Very nice bass, especially the one over five.

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Awesome!

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