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More Muskie Fishing -> Basement Baits and Custom Lure Painting -> Mr. Wiggly hook set up
 
Message Subject: Mr. Wiggly hook set up
musky45
Posted 2/18/2010 1:39 PM (#424500)
Subject: Mr. Wiggly hook set up




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Hey guys

I was watching Hunt for the big fish and saw a mr wiggly and was wondering how the hook is in the lure, to me it seems like the lure slides on a small leader. I was wondering how you accomplish that. Any thoughts would be great
The Toad
Posted 2/18/2010 6:51 PM (#424561 - in reply to #424500)
Subject: RE: Mr. Wiggly hook set up





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It would be pretty easy to pour the bait with a small tube running less than a third of the way back in the bait. That way the rubber has a lot of action and can pull free when a fish hits. The castaic platinum swimbait is similarly rigged.
eric001
Posted 2/18/2010 8:22 PM (#424584 - in reply to #424500)
Subject: Re: Mr. Wiggly hook set up





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Location: c.wis
some soft baits I made I used surgical tubing inside the lure and used the mend-it to keep it in place- then ran the leader through the tubing an put hook(s) on below- then when the fish strikes the plastisol moves up the leader and doesn't get all chewed up- works............ Like to run 6/0-8/0 circle hook off the bottom with an arc dehooker- bam fish-on/ fish- off
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