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Hmm...

Just when I thought I was "full" on plastics!

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D@#& IT! Here we go again.

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No.  Never.

We can never have enough plastics.

Colors, styles, manufacturers - all different.

We need more.

Sink our boats with all of our plastics.

Where are they?  I need  more plastics.

Here plastics, here. Come home to daddy.  :)   ;)   :D

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No. Never.

We can never have enough plastics.

Colors, styles, manufacturers - all different.

We need more.

Sink our boats with all of our plastics.

Where are they? I need more plastics.

Here plastics, here. Come home to daddy. :);):D

I don 't know where I get the feeling that Sam likes soft plastics.  :D

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that will be an amazing big fish catcher fished weightless like a senko

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that will be an amazing big fish catcher fished weightless like a senko

Maybe, but I fish the Kahuna with a 1/8 -1/4 oz weight, unpegged.

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Gotta get some.

The Big Kahuna, the 6.5" kut-tail is one of my go-to baits. Here's a tip.

Slide on a bobber stopper, then a small bead, than an 1/8oz weight, then tie on a 5/0 EWG hook. Position the bobber stop so the weight has about 1/2" of travel. This rigging gives the Kahuna a very erratic drop. If you peg the weight completely, or go much over 1/8oz, the erratic drop disappears. I discovered this by accident.

Another cool, effective rigging is weightless, with a big, bright colored bead where the weight would normally be. Fish it like a Super Fluke.

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If I weight it I usually just use a 1/16 oz.Just enought to give it a death spiral on the fall.The worm sinks pretty fast by itself and then again the lakes around here aren't deep anyways.

I am mostly interested in seeing how nasty it looks weightless.Also after ripping it I am sure it could be clipped down and used like the 6.5 incher which in turn I use for shakey tails after those rip.

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If I weight it I usually just use a 1/16 oz.Just enought to give it a death spiral on the fall.The worm sinks pretty fast by itself and then again the lakes around here aren't deep anyways.

I am mostly interested in seeing how nasty it looks weightless.Also after ripping it I am sure it could be clipped down and used like the 6.5 incher which in turn I use for shakey tails after those rip.

8-)

I like the way you think. Get some more bang for your bucks.

You been watchin me?

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