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Rigging cocohoes

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So I am getting the itch.

 

How does everyone rig Cocohoes. About 8 years ago, I bought a bunch of them and never really gave them a fair shot.

 

any pics of the lead heads would be much appreciated. The way I was trying makes them look odd.

 

- ATG

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I like a single 3/8 jig head in chartreuse or if I am feeling naughty, a 1/2 or 3/4 oz head on a queen cocohe. And then a weightless cocohe as a teaser... Or better yet a weightless red gill as a teaser. In the spring I find its best to work the bottom and not even attempt to bring them in near the surface.

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I like the queen size ones on a 1/4 or 3/8 jig head. Those Bomber ones Nalu posted are the ones I currently use, they seem to have to strongest hook of all the ones I've used.

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So I am getting the itch.

 

How does everyone rig Cocohoes. About 8 years ago, I bought a bunch of them and never really gave them a fair shot.

 

any pics of the lead heads would be much appreciated. The way I was trying makes them look odd.

 

- ATG

If you show up at the CT leadfest. ;) I'll give you something that works better than those, and doesn't target smaller fish.

 

 

Isn't there a dink slayer pro somewhere in RI? over 50,000 slayed :p

LOL, let's not start that debate again. ;) Nuff said.

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