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perfect worm rig
this setup allows me to fish the weeds with less hangups because the bullet weight does not slide freely. there is no gap between the hook and weight.
January 20, 2011
I like using this style of tackle. Easy to set up, compared to using a separate hook and weight. Very durable and good action.
January 2, 2011
This rig will replace the bullet weight and offset hook Texas rig that I've used for years. I think I have a better feel with the jighead affixed to the worm, and I like the long EWG hook, and the long straight piece below the weight serves as an excellent keeper and brings the hook further down the worm. Mostly I've used them with 7" Berkeley power worms in rivers for smallmouth bass. The rig slips through wood and rocks perfectly. I'd imagine it would also be great in weeds in ponds and lakes, but I'm mostly concerned about throwing into a pile of wood and pulling out a fat smallie or spotted bass. Very pleased, I've ordered a bunch.
One aspect of river fishing is minimizing the tackle you carry, and a snap is often used to alternate baits, because it's impractical to have more than one rod. In such cases, it is more convenient to carry this rig, rather than cut off the snap and put on a bullet weight each time you want to throw a worm.
November 22, 2010
Love these things
Fantastic hooks for soft plastics. For some reason, they are clearly better at passing through the worst weeds/cover than a pegged worm weight with a standard texas-style worm rig. My only complaint is the limited sizes and colors.
September 8, 2010
They will work fine with tubes as long as they are not really large. What I mean is the diameter can't be so big that the hook cannot get through the tube and in to the fish. I would use a standard wide gap tube hook under most circumstances.
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