Bass Pro Shops® Magnum Flipping Tubes™
- A mainstay on the professional bass tournament trail
- Loaded with salt
- Slow rate of fall
- Size makes them highly visible in heavy cover
- Perfect for flipping
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I have caught my two biggest bass on this Magnum Flippin Tube- a 7.6 and a 6.11 in the same day! Anyway, I've been using a 3/0 Gamakatsu EWG Hook and while it works, it seems like the hook barely fits length wise. Forget about trying to use a 4/0! I'm wondering how ya'll are rigging it for a Texposed and Texas Rigged presentation for flippin/pitchin into trees. Please advise on recommended hook style application. Thanks!
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I do not use a jig head. I use a True Tungstun weight 3/16 to 3/4oz. on a Gamakgatsu skipping hook. The bait bait will be locked into place on the hook and won't slip down and I peg the tungstun weight with a True Tungstun rubber peg.