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Charlie Brewer's Slider Heads - Pro Snagless

   

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1/16 oz.

1/16 oz.

Black

4

3/0 Hook

Model:
WSH16-U
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  • SKU: 957474

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1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Black

4

3/0 Hook

Model:
WSH8-U
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  • SKU: 954125

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1/4 oz.

1/4 oz.

Black

18

3/0 Hook

Model:
WSH4B-U
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 954143

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1/8 oz.

1/8 oz.

Black

18

3/0 Hook

Model:
WSH8B-U
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 954135

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Charlie Brewer's Pro Snagless Slider Heads offer quick, easy ''Texas style'' rigging and have proven to be extremely weedless and almost snag-proof. Snagless Slider Heads are a great way to fish heavy cover like logs, tree tops, stumps, stick-ups, roots, weeds and other types of lunker-holding structures without the hassle of getting hung-up on every cast. These sliders heads are powder painted to ensure a long-lasting finish.

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great product I have used this hook to catch so many bass. I use it for finesse Texas rig worm fishing, and it works great. The hooks are vary sharp, and very strong. January 29, 2009
Old Reliable I seldom start my fishing day with a slider but I often finish up with a couple of light or ultra light rods rigged with Charlies stuff. (If your not familier with "Charlie" do your self a favor and research Charlie Brewer.) It's hard, sometimes, to slow down and enjoy this simple method after a day of whipping the water to a froth trying to avoid getting skunked but if you do your likely to get something for the frying pan or just the always fun act of watching your rod do it's job. If you happen to be in extra clear water it can be downright exciting! August 27, 2007
finess secret used them for years all over the country. puts fish in the boat when all else fails. a proven go to bait from a man who has to catch fish. July 4, 2007
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Do-Nothing Fishing?

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I've had a couple of slider heads in my tackle box since the 1980's. Just the other day, I just pulled them out of a big pile of hooks in a box. Years ago, I believe there was an expression called "Do-Nothing" fishing. That's when you rigged up a slider head with a worm texas style, cast it out and then let it sit on the bottom until you got a strike. Am I remembering it correctly, was it the slider head that was called that?
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No that wasn't the slider. A "do nothing" if I remember correctly was a worm that basically did nothing. The shape was uniform with no head or tail. Just kind of like a cigar shape with rounded ends.
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The "letting the bait sit on the bottom" is called dead-sticking. The "Do-Nothing" method is to cast the rig out and slowly reel back with out any added action. No jigging or working the bait of any kind except for very slowly reeling in of the rig.
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What size hook are they?

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Best to contact the manufacturer.
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