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spider rigging in this heat? #12396199
08/22/17 03:49 PM
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I know it is a popular way to catch fish in the winter.
Do any of y'all spider rig in the summer?
The crappie seem pretty scattered on the pines, I figure covering more water might be a better tactic than setting on a brush pile.

Re: spider rigging in this heat? [Re: Buff2] #12396531
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Ive seen a few people pulling crankbaits up on pines and they've been whacking them.

Re: spider rigging in this heat? [Re: Buff2] #12396947
08/23/17 01:09 AM
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I have in the past...you can spider rig brushpiles, just have to pull up to the outside of them slowly or fish over the top of them. Boat control is a premium to keep from hanging rods up.

Re: spider rigging in this heat? [Re: Pintail711] #12397397
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Originally Posted By: Pintail711
Ive seen a few people pulling crankbaits up on pines and they've been whacking them.


I would like to learn more about this kind of fishing

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