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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Fishing Tactics, Tackle, and reviews » Salt water Fishing tips and tricks » This could be a saltwater or freshwater trick

This could be a saltwater or freshwater trick

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1This could be a saltwater or freshwater trick Empty This could be a saltwater or freshwater trick on Sun Sep 20, 2015 4:27 pm

jeffcpr

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Of course it is not new but I figured I would share it with everyone.  This technique was shared in our last magazine but I figured I would post it here for everyone to see.  I used it in the harbor a few times and it is a producer I think well worth a try.

DROPSHOT OVER JIKA RIJS

This is a great way to cover more water in one cast.  it is simple a drop shot set up with the weight being a jika rig underneath.  Set it up however you like.  I like a 5 to 6 inch worm on the jika with a 3 to 4 inch worm on the drop shot.  Or maybe you would like the same size on both hooks.  Of course why not do a drop shot above a creature bait.  By deploying this bait you are able to cover the water in 2 zones and this increases your chances of finding fish faster and more efficiently.  The first time I tried this I was impressed and I can honestly say I will be deploying this more often.

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Which or what knots are you using?
Palomar on top and a clinch on the bottom?


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You nailed it buddy, right on the head. cheers


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This is a great tip. Smile

I do the same in saltwater but with a 3" swimbait at the bottom and a 1.75" grub on top, about 6-7" apart. Technique taken from BH's website: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (Scroll down to "Double your chances").

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This is a rig everyone should experiment with. Smile

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thank you for the tip guys i will be trying both on my next outing

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