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    C-Rig, fast or slow ?? #1425 09/04/08 12:36 PM
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    What works best for you ? I generally work it real slow. However I've seen times where they wanted a long medium fast sweep of the rod to entice a strike.
    Whatz your opinion?

    Red

    Re: C-Rig, fast or slow ?? [Re: RedSkeeter] #1431 09/04/08 03:06 PM
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    This will sound cliche, but I start of with a fast retrieve and work down to slow. letting the bass tell me what they want.

    The big question....LOL

    Is waht do you use on your C-Rig?

    Casey



    Re: C-Rig, fast or slow ?? [Re: mrbass24] #1434 09/05/08 08:00 AM
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    Originally Posted by mrbass24
    This will sound cliche, but I start of with a fast retrieve and work down to slow. letting the bass tell me what they want.

    The big question....LOL

    Is waht do you use on your C-Rig?

    Casey


    That would be top secret info, I will say it's normally a soft plastic of some kind. hehehehe !!!

    Re: C-Rig, fast or slow ?? [Re: RedSkeeter] #1438 09/05/08 11:48 AM
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    LOL,

    Come on what's the odds we ever fish against each other.

    I tell you what, I fish a C-Rig with a LFT Live Magic Shad and Baby Ring Fry.




    Re: C-Rig, fast or slow ?? [Re: mrbass24] #1621 10/28/08 08:43 AM
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    LOL! this is beginning to look more like the TFF! I just dropped in to see how this site is doing and what do I find? My old buddies from the TFF!


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    Re: C-Rig, fast or slow ?? [Re: Bob Smith] #1636 11/05/08 01:20 PM
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    I usally do o.k. givin right cond. using a super small senko type bait. I just pull with a sideways sweeping motoin very slow mostly so that i can feel what kind of structure is there.
    Or give it a little quick pull to make that weight smack the beads and click which sometimes attacrts fish in the area.


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