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have been saying that for years. I have never met a bass with cancer yet. And
I have met a lot of bass! I feel that the
fishermen have a lot more to worry about
than lead weights. If a person worries about
handling these weights, because of the
lead, simply paint them.
because large and small bass will eat any thing, at certain times. I know for certain
that small bass will hit prey (or objects)
5 times there size. If I were fishing your part of the lake, I would want to catch the largest one in that area. So having said that, since
you have small brush hogs, and have # 1
hooks, You need to figure out how slow you want it to fall. because bass are smart, and know when something's not
right. If your water is shallow, and the current is not strong, Use the 1/16 oz.
However, if there are dense weeds, or
deep water, or strong wind, go 1/8th oz.
personally add different applications to
the Carolina rigs. Like different weights,
or different glass beads, different colored
beads, some faceted, some smooth and round. I may make it only 24" instead of
36". There are many variations to the
Carolina rig. Use your imagination, you
may invent something that works better.
Thats how the split shot rig came about.