Thanks for the advice.[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:OK, here is the setup: For super flukes use a 3/0 or 4/0 offset worm hook, not wide gap. Hook it Texposed and drop shot it 12-18" above a 1/2-1oz weight, depending on the current. That long hook will protect the line from those razor-sharp teeth. You might lift it and shake it once in a while.
For a different look use a jighead with a fluke or grub as the DS weight. Slick them both up with Unibutter!
Nice info Hammer[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:You can also use a Scrounger rig, they come in a variety of sizes, they work well for catching striped bass, as you can swim/bounce them on the bottom. They are like a jig head, cept they have this plastic oval bill that makes em almost snag proof, and it creates a vibration that fish usually like.
Check em out at Scrounger.com
With the above rig, you can cover much more water w/o having to cast so much..
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