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Yamamoto Kreature

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You can go weightless w/ a 3-4/0 hook.  Or i used it with a pegged 1/8- 3/8 oz. weight.  Personally I like it w/ a 1/8 or 3/16 Joobee rig.

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OK, I'll bite.  What's a joobee rig?

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WEIGHTLESS!!! one of my favorite baits

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I peg it with a bullet weight and flip/pitch it into stickpiles and through weeds, works great for me this way. I've tryed it weightless and didn't have much luck, if im going to use a creature weightless its going to either be a yum wooly hawgtail or a beaver.

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my buddy did prety well with it t-rigged on a 3/0 EWG Worm.  I was suprised how many fish he caught on the same one..they last a lot longer than senkos!

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The Kreature is a great bait rogged on a 3/0 EWG hook with a 1/8 oz weight. They last for alot more fish than senkos do.

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I rig mine backwards on #4 EWG, and swim them! They are more durable   than senko's but blue gill will also hit them and take off an arm or leg quite often.......atleast that is my experience.

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Great trailer on a 1/4 oz jig. Right up there with the Flappin' Hog IMO.

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Sorry for the delay.  The Jobee I picked up at BPS, it is a bullet head weight molded on a 3/0 or 4/0  Gamakatsu hook.  They are just like the Owner "Sled heads" .  I like it because I don't have to worry about pegging the weight or tearing up the bait by using a screw in "Florida" type weight. Sorry for misleading it as some type of new "rig" .

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Sorry for the delay. The Jobee I picked up at BPS, it is a bullet head weight molded on a 3/0 or 4/0 Gamakatsu hook. They are just like the Owner "Sled heads" . I like it because I don't have to worry about pegging the weight or tearing up the bait by using a screw in "Florida" type weight. Sorry for misleading it as some type of new "rig" .

It wouldn't have been misleading if you had spelled it right in the original post.  Joobee/Jobee.  Easy mistake to make.

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I have a hook from Owner, don't know the name, but it is a a small wide gap with no offset at the top.  At the bottom of the hook is a little clip with a spiral of metal that screws into the lure.  I put the creature, and a lot of other baits, on this and let it sink slowly.  No weight.  It is very similar to the hooks you get with a banjo minnow kit.  I started using that rig when I was trying to imitate the banjo rig with a better soft plastic...

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