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Yo-Zurich Crystal minnow

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I rigged flags not singles off the back of so many minnow I lost track. They worked. Were they better? Probably not as I always seemed to go back to trebles. On a scale of cold to red hot, Crystal minnows never rose above a warm rating to me. And that was when we had much fewer minnows on the market. Running depth was not ideal for me and where I fished so that may be a biased assessment.

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With bucktail it might slow down that wobble (which may not have a bad effect, especially on stripers), and May swim a bit shallower. With a bare Siwash on back it’d keep the same action.

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4 hours ago, Captain Ahab said:

That the Swiss version ?

Ha, I was thinking the same thing.

Must be a precision made lure, like a fine timepiece.

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I used the single w/ buck tail this weekend and got a lot of Blues on the floater. Orange/Yellow  The sinker got Black Sea Bass  Crome blue 

The poppers got stripers . Crome blue ( ( chug bugs , Storms )   They did seem to slow the action a little.  With the buck tail , I did think they didn’t go as deep?   They were floaters 

 

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On 9/26/2020 at 5:12 AM, Captain Ahab said:

That the Swiss version ?

 

21 hours ago, valentine said:

Ha, I was thinking the same thing.

Must be a precision made lure, like a fine timepiece.

It's got a Yodel at the end of it.

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4 hours ago, LB said:

 

It's got a Yodel at the end of it.

Those yodels not only call the fish as you retrieve the lure they also keep your guides from overheating.

 

Very rare feature

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