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Reelmates

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Got my two over 26" & 23" , got 10 fish in all, got into 26" fish just @ last light, caught 6 in a row all returned, but one to fight again. Now if the wind will lay down. Mike

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Still in them! Good job Mike.
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Good Job !!! [thumb]

I've talked with some other folks who got into some good late evening "flurries" here over the past couple of weeks.
They caught theirs on Chrome Rattletraps. 

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Nice report sir. Good trip for sure.
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Caught all mine on A rigs, they are all bent up now, having to try and straighten them out. Using 4, 4" white curly tails on the out side, with a 4" caho, white body with orange tail, inside. Change out jig heads that come with the A rig, to light of hook for fish over 20". I like a1/4 oz head, with a good solid hook
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Reelmates, that sounds like a good setup, hadn't thought about curly tails, but that's the "go to" on the A-Rigs big brother (Umbrella Rigs), lots more swimmin' tail action for sure.
Appreciate you sharing your setup and ideas !!! [thumb]

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