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slabslayer

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Hereís what I tied up.  Looking at my wisdom tooth meds gave me the idea.  Not sure why other thread was locked, was going to put pic there.  Now to use it!
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pretty cool   ;D   hope ya can get out and give them a spin.  I just tied spawn sacs   :P
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Hereís what I tied up.  Looking at my wisdom tooth meds gave me the idea.  Not sure why other thread was locked, was going to put pic there.  Now to use it!
My fat fingers accidentally locked it lol  Those jigs look deadly!!! 


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Ok. Cool. I couldíve unlocked it, but didnít know if somebody else locked it for a reason. 

Thanks!!  I canít wait to try them out. Iím going to make a few pink/chartreuse today after work if I have a chance. 
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hey what s  in the magic tackle box for smallies guys ?   
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Since I donít do a lot of smallie fishing I donít have a lot of stuff to target them. I usually use some jig and big twisters . Sometimes Iíll throw plugs and poppers. They are a blast when you can get them to smash the surface in some slack water pool in the rivers.


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Hard to beat a tube jig for smallies. They work great in rivers and lakes. Green pumpkin is usually the go to color. But you can catch them on all kinds of stuff. Creature baits, jerkbaits, cranks, topwater...but like bobber said it's awesome when they will hit on top. I get a lot of them in shallow water on buzz baits right before the spawn. They'll about rip the rod out of your hand some days.


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Topwater is definitely the most fun, but for me drop shotting is the most consistently productive.  Find bass and park over them and itís like ice fishing.  You can watch the drop shot on your Humminbird and then see the bass shoot up and grab it!  Such a blast! 
I have a screen capture of it from last year Iíll see if I can find it. 
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Found it.  
The smaller mark up higher is my worm, the bigger mark coming off the bottom is a bass.  The down imaging side in black and White tells the story better. 
« Last Edit: March 10, 2018, 08:30:00 AM by slabslayer »
Inland Guide Service: Servicing NE Ohio lakes: Deer Creek, Atwood, Berlin, Dale Walborn, PLX, and Nimisila; for crappie, bluegill, saugeye, and walleye.

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Custom jigs available--pm for details


 




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