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What is your fav. light texas rig ?

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I do alot of fishing with 1/8 oz bullet weight and light texas rig. Would like some other ideas. Thanks.

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Zoom Trick Worm Texas Rigged with no weight but I insert a 1 paneling nail into the tail, this causes the worm to fall horizontal like a Senko.

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I do the same with a 1/8 oz. weight.  I use it on a ribbontail, tube, lizard, and trickworm.  I use a senko wieghtless too.

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i do alot of fishing on 1/8 oz sinkers.  6-7" worms, lizards, smaller craws, small creature baits.  i really like using this small of a weight when the wind is light

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light trig?  i would say a beaver or power beast    

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Baby Brush Hog or a Smallie Beaver

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Since we are just giving hints, here is mine:

HEY HEY HEY

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Since we are just giving hints, here is mine:

HEY HEY HEY

ummmm...???

maybe i just dont get it bc its 2 in the morning

Fat Albert Grub

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I try to get away with as little weight as possible with my t-rigs, especially with Trick Worms.  1/16, 1/32 and yes... 1/64 oz.  

I recently ordered some 1/16 oz tungsten bullet weights because I liked the idea of lowering the profile of the weight, but what really made the bait monkey bite was the fact that you can order them in green pumpkin color. The same color as the Trick Worms I use. Pretty cool.

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Love that green pumkin

I use 1/8 oz tx rig with a 4" ribbed black worm with curly tail for early spring with  Garlic Gravy

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weedless and weightless renagade worm or any kind of twirl tail worm.

              -searoach

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