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texas rig and c-rig question.

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Hello all,

 Does anyone have any articals that i can use or know where i can find them about "How to use texas/C- rigs for dummies" lol i looked though the Featured articles section but didn't see any, i might have missed them but will look again after i post this. I know there use somewhat the same but i want to know what makes them different besides setups.

Thanks

Joe

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"Carolina Rig Tips" is in the top portion of this section, "General Bass Fishing".

Go back to the top of the page.

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Do a little searching around the website, we have about 1,000 posts on T-rigging.

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C-rig is good for covering a large area, like a lake point.  I use T-rig for drops, channels, and areas with a lot of cover.  I probably use T-rig 80% of the time.

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I use T-rig about 90%.  Do a search on bass fishing rigging.  This should get a lot of hits.  The first one is probably this place.  Bassresource.com.  Lots of information here on rigging.

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Do u guys do anything to your weights with a tooth pick? in what cases would that be good in? There probley is 1,000 post on the subject. I just missed them. I am looking to find those post right now.

Thanks for your help

Joe

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Pegging your weight is mainly for grass or other thick cover,IMO.Pegging is breaking off a toothpick beside your line inside the sinker.You peg it with the weight touching the eye of the hook or nose of the plastic.

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Get from BPS the dvd wormin with Woo

Its all u need

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