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Bass Jigs / Re: Bladed jig
« Last post by smalljaw on 09/20/18 10:45 UTC »
Try using the Trokar Pro Swim Jig mold, it uses a heavy wire flat eye hook. You also don't need to use the Trokar hook, I use the Eagle Claw 2706BP but you can also use the Mustad 32796 or the Gamakatsu 594. Then you just need to use a split ring, and for the record, I've made bladed jigs with the blade directly attached and with the split ring and I prefer the split ring, a lot more erratic action which gives me more confidence in drawing strikes but not everyone feels the same.
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by Walking Dead on 09/20/18 08:58 UTC »
Sent a pm that may help.
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by 77slr on 09/20/18 08:08 UTC »
Thanks for the welcome guys.  I am near Waterloo and it seems the Ring Worm baits are doing great for so many all around my area.   Generally they are using them, as I, for walleye.  I have always been a live bait guy but these are changing my mind for certain situations.  And the thought of making my own...  now that is getting me going.  Not to mention firing me up to go out and use them!!  The good ole start to finish idea and knowing I did it.  I didn't know so much of this was available, and there is a lot available.  So much that I am spinning...   like a kid in a candy store.   And this forum is great!  I appreciate the responses I have gotten already.  Thanks so much and on we go!
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by ctom on 09/20/18 06:33 UTC »
Welcome aboard 77slr.

Ringworms are a great walleye plastic in this area. Where are you at and what do you target with them? Do-Its Ring-It has been a great fish catcher since they were introduced a few years ago. My favorite is the 4.5".
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by Lines on 09/20/18 06:02 UTC »
Welcome 77slr.
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Thanks will check out.
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by WALLEYE WACKER on 09/20/18 01:15 UTC »
No better place to shorten the learning curve.
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by 77slr on 09/19/18 22:21 UTC »
Thanks.   No exactly what I am looking for, but close.    I am considering getting into this injection process.  Starting to feel a little mad scientisty!!  (Is that a word?)   A lot to learn.
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General Discussion / Re: Ring worm baits??
« Last post by WALLEYE WACKER on 09/19/18 22:07 UTC »
https://store.do-itmolds.com/45-Ring-It-Worm-2-cavity_p_1115.html

77sir welcome to the forum here it is there also is a bigger one.
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General Discussion / Ring worm baits??
« Last post by 77slr on 09/19/18 22:01 UTC »
I did some searching, and I definitely am not familiar with this site yet.  But so many are having great luck fishing with soft ring worm baits and I tried searching and looking for some here (for the molds) but I haven't seen any.  Are there any?
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