Alexey

Sluggo or Gulp Eel to catch dinner for your King?

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You are a court fisherman.  You have been ordered to catch a striper for king’s dinner.  Don’t make him wait, or off comes your head! 

 

You are given a rod/reel/line of your choosing, a jighead and a choice of either Sluggos or Gulp Eels.  Which do you choose?  Why?

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A scented (bunker oil) Sluggo unweighted if they're high in the water column or on a jighead if they're on the bottom will get it done.   You just have to pray they didn't just finish eating and are digesting to turd.   

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Those springs sometimes called 'Hitchikers' are used for rigging your plastic through the nose, usually used attached to the eye of a wide gap or jig hook hook.

Photo's below are of a little gadget I made to make these.

And yes I would go with the sluggo.

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11 hours ago, Alexey said:

What are those springs in front of them?

I'm thinking," I never met anyone besides myself who glues eyes on sluggos".

So I'm posting some photo's on another thread and come across these photos in my files.

Very close similarity I would say.

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10 hours ago, saxon59 said:

Those springs sometimes called 'Hitchikers' are used for rigging your plastic through the nose, usually used attached to the eye of a wide gap or jig hook hook.

Photo's below are of a little gadget I made to make these.

And yes I would go with the sluggo.

DSCF0217.JPG

DSCF0220.JPG

DSCF0221.JPG

nice:)

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15 hours ago, saxon59 said:

I'm thinking," I never met anyone besides myself who glues eyes on sluggos".

So I'm posting some photo's on another thread and come across these photos in my files.

Very close similarity I would say.

DSCF0270.JPG

DSCF0272.JPG

saxon.............copyright infringement perhaps??

 

 

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8 mins ago, Alexey said:

Nope.  Copyrights do not protect utilitarian designs.

Yes, yes........a pragmatic approach i suppose...........:howdy:

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