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I'm sitting here bored out of my mind at work all my paperwork for the year is done and students are gone so iv got nothing better to do then put together wish lists on ever tackle site known to man. Well in my browsing I got a idea I was reading and looking at mattlures u2 gill how it sits nose down like a feeding gill. Well then I seen slider head jigs and thought hmmm throw a fluke on there can be rigged weedless texas style. Throw a fluke on it pitch it to a bed and look like a minnow or goby feeding on eggs. I supose shaky heads could do the same thing like a spot remover now that I think about it. What ya think killer new presentation or am I to late your already doing it or tried and failed

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I've heard of people talking about flukes rigged on slider heads before. you probably just dont hear about it much cause it could still be a secret weapon. there's only one way to find out man. there's nothing better than finding success through experimentation based on intuition rather than just always using what the pros or everybody else uses. Be the bass. :ph34r:

Also, i have caught a few bass on flukes rigged shakey head, but not while bed fishing. i cant see beds in my mudhole state lol

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A guy that comes into my work buys black flukes and slider heads by the dozens. Swears by them.

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Good thing I'm on my way to gander mountain stock up

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Dang gander didn't have any slider heads but all plastics are buy 3 get 1 free so guess what there sold out of rage craws and toads now wonder who did that...................haha

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Dang gander didn't have any slider heads but all plastics are buy 3 get 1 free so guess what there sold out of rage craws and toads now wonder who did that...................haha

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A guy that comes into my work buys black flukes and slider heads by the dozens. Swears by them.

Haha Neil

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Haha Neil

He literally buys up all we have in stock every time he's in the store.

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Dang gander didn't have any slider heads but all plastics are buy 3 get 1 free so guess what there sold out of rage craws and toads now wonder who did that...................haha

typical gander mountain. the one here never has anything I'm looking for, full selection of woman's apparel though :rolleyes:

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I went to the one in rochester wich blows there staff are idiots and they have now organization of lures or baits really its all just kinda sporadic same with there rods. The one in buffalo on the other had is amazing they got tons more its easy to find stuff and there staff is very knowledgeable and friendly. The guy in the rochester one didn't even know what a slider head was or jackall worms when I asked him about them he said he never heard of either befor.

Last night I tried a fluke on a spot remover jig head the blue gill loved it but no bass they were hitting a white spinner with gold and silver willow blades and 1 to a frog first frog fish of the year. I think the fluke woulda worked if I could of found some beds but all I found was bedded gills.

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The only problem with Sliders IMO is the quality of the hooks can be sketchy. These could be an alternative for this rig and they are made with Gammy hooks....

http://www.basspro.com/Luck-E-Strike-Perfect-Worm-Rig/product/90001/-1329840

Those are nice rigs. I have a bunch of 'em. They work well with flukes and 5" grubs.

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