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alright i think im gonna try the whole bucktailing thing for stripers in the fall i need to know what kind of bucktails? what should i put as a tail? how to fishem? when to fishem? and hopefully if i get some good responces ill finally catch a striper

 

 

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I suggest buying any decent bucktail (Andrus, SPRO, Ketch69 from BST), in white or chartruesse, and attach a red plastic curley tailed worm or pork rind (red and white).

 

That's the quick easy answer.

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View Postalright i think im gonna try the whole bucktailing thing for stripers in the fall i need to know what kind of bucktails? what should i put as a tail? how to fishem? when to fishem? and hopefully if i get some good responces ill finally catch a striper

 

 

thanks tedsmile.gif

 

trial and error. theres too many variables for one type of brand, trailer, size, retrieve, time etc. . . . theres no set paremeters on what works. some swear by curly tails, some porkrinds. some like the spros, i like andruus. no short cuts to catching them on bucks, have to change it up until u find what works. then figure it out all over again the next day.

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If you go with the Blue Frog or Uncle Josh's swinging hook you might wanna upgrade the size hook also. The gap on the hooks they come with aren't very big. I fish them or the smiling Bills I make

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View PostI dont like the hooks there pretty thin. I also feel like the dont glide through the water as they want to dig to the bottom.

 

Good to know. Thanks for the added info.

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