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What about using 2 jigs in tandem for deep drops, a large one followed by a smaller one or with them reversed. Only the trailing jig would have hooks. Second idea would be a small bird followed by a small flyer or swim bait for surface action. Did anyone try throwing a cedar plug? Can you tell I'm bored sitting here in D.C.? Comments?
 

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I agreeabout the swimbaits. I've thought about texas worm rig style, strong hook in the swimbait with a slip sinker ahead of it for weight. You could use a toothpick to pin the sinker the way bass firhermen do. What do you think?
 

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Thats a problem! I'd only use a hook on one jig. I've used a diamond jig for a weight on a double dropper snapper rig using plastic worms on the hooks. Snapper liked the worms but never hit the jig. Strange!
 
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