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Jig head killer buggers

by Rob Ruff
(Wichita Falls, TX )

I picked up some Wapsi jig heads and tied a few killer buggers. Went to the local flood ditch and had a blast. The Daiwa Kiyose 43m worked nicely with a 4.5 Tenkarausa level line.

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Feb 03, 2016
Jig heads are hot
by: Alan Luecke

Here in Kansas City jig head hooks, both weighted and unweighted are all the rage among the local tiers. For buggers, nymphs or anything else that's going deep that upturned hook makes a lot of sense.

Feb 05, 2016
by: Roy Davison

Awesome that you caught some bass Rob! Im looking to catch some serious bass ( serious meaning longer than 4 inches) this year on my keiryu rod.

Feb 06, 2016
Killer buggers
by: Rob Ruff

Alan, I'm headed to Crane Creek in March hoping to catch a McCloud rainbow. Roy, those bass put up a pretty decent fight but it may have lasted 30 seconds at the most on that Daiwa 43m.

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