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Alright guys the bait monkey is back again and im lookin to pick up some GYCB twin tail grubs but my problem what type of hook to fish them on. I was thinking some sort of bear jig head but i really dont know

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I fish them as jig trailers. To fish them as a traditional grub,

I would suggest a 1/8 oz jig head.

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I fish them as jig trailers. To fish them as a traditional grub,

I would suggest a 1/8 oz jig head.

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Alright guys the bait monkey is back again and im lookin to pick up some GYCB twin tail grubs but my problem what type of hook to fish them on. I was thinking some sort of bear jig head but i really dont know

Why not buy the GYCB hulagrub instead? Its a twintail grub with a skirt connected to the back of it, its a nicer bait rigged on a jighead then a regular twintail grub if you ask me.

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I use them as jig trailers on Football jigs.  If I were to use them on a jig head I would throw it on a 1/8-1/2 OZ Football head depending on depth.

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Oldham screwlock heads are nice.  I'd get a few different weights 1/8-3/8 depending on depth you're fishing.  I like the kind with the wire weedguard.  Give the weedguard a few ups & downs to get it flexible.

If you can find the light wire hook version get those, if not the heavy hook is good too.

I've never fished the twin tails on these heads only the single tails, but I'm sure it'll work just as well.  

Check out some of the Football heads too if you're fishing around rock.

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the twin tail hula grub is one of my favorite baits. i fish it on a 1/4 oz arkie jighead.

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They are great grubs for river smallies on a jighead, and they make great jig trailers too. I prefer hula grubs for largemouth or deep water though.

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