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New to plug fishing, read on this site about using teasers. need to know about teasers with plugs, what to use [read somewhere that some use saltwater flies], where to tie them, and so on, any info would be appreciated, or sites about it, pictures or drawings would be great. thanks

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1) use about 40# test leader (24"-36")

(flouro or mono)

 

2) tie one end to a 75# test barrel swivel

 

3) tie a dropper loop about 6" below the swivel

 

4)tie the other end to a coastlok snap (or equivalent)

 

5)cut one side of the dropper to "double" the length of the "teaser's line"

 

6)use any number of teaser types....flies,redgills,small slug-go's etc. experiment a little here......

 

7)attach your plug (teaser delivery vehicle wink.gif ) to your snap....

 

8)fling it!!!!

 

[This message has been edited by mikeybluefish (edited 11-24-2000).]

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Tim,

 

What was the poundage of the teaser rig you hooked me up with when we fished with BDBAL & Dubs in the fling zone? It seemed a bit thinner than 40#

 

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Bob Thomas

RThomas61@aol.com

 

[This message has been edited by Bob Thomas (edited 11-25-2000).]

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The above information is right on. Slug-gos work great in late spring through the summer and are cheap in price. But if your looking for something more realistic use saltwater flies (sand eels,peanut bunker even a squid fly). But make sure the teaser your using is smaller in size than the plug your going to use. The reason for this is the plug will look like it is chasing the teaser. I even use a 2 fly set up when I'm using a flyrod. Most of the time the fish will take the fly I'm using as a teaser.

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