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Offline CNickerson78

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2.75 fat fork
« on: 09/14/18 17:37 UTC »
What are the different ways the rig the 2.75 fat fork. I'm looking into getting this mold

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #1 on: 09/14/18 18:11 UTC »
Jig or drop shot are the two was I would rig it.

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #2 on: 09/14/18 18:31 UTC »
Jig or drop shot are the two was I would rig it.
I've actually never used either one of those rigs can you Texas rig it

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #3 on: 09/14/18 20:16 UTC »
Don’t know if it’s big enough to get a 1/0 EWG or not to Texas rig. Might work on Midwest Finesse jig to.

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #4 on: 09/14/18 20:48 UTC »
1/0 Owner Rig-n-Hook should work out well with that bait. I use them for some smaller frog baits and smaller craws. They're great.

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #5 on: 09/14/18 22:30 UTC »
I rate the Fat Fork right up with the Thump-Its and the Ringers. Fabulous baits. Easy to inject, easy to manipulate.

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #6 on: 09/14/18 23:01 UTC »
I rate the Fat Fork right up with the Thump-Its and the Ringers. Fabulous baits. Easy to inject, easy to manipulate.
can you texas rig it. I never fished jigs or drop shot

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #7 on: 09/15/18 00:07 UTC »
I fish it two ways on a drop shot and a darter head.
I have caught numerous species especially on the drop shot.
Just recently I caught a bass over 6 pounds on a 1/16 oz darter head.

I'm sure there are several effective ways to rig it.


« Last Edit: 09/15/18 00:14 UTC by Bass in the hood »

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Re: 2.75 fat fork
« Reply #8 on: 09/15/18 07:12 UTC »
can you texas rig it. I never fished jigs or drop shot
Yes, with the Owner Rig-N-Hook, you can texas rig. Probably 1/16 - 1/8 oz. bullet weight, maybe no weight.