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Recomendations #12429002
09/16/17 10:40 PM
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I am Looking for the Best Snap Swivel to Change out Jig's and Small Crank Baits for Catching Slab's From The Bank.
Thank's Much and Good Fishing.


P.B. Blue = 43.5 lb.
Lake Tawakoni, Texas.
January 2, 2012
Re: Recomendations [Re: K.G] #12429090
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Honestly K.G. I wouldn't even waste my time with a swivel or quick snap chingamadera.


Swivel might hinder the action of a small crankbait or jig 2cents only take you about 30 seconds too clip off and tie on a jig or crankbait and swap colors hooked

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P.B. Blue = 43.5 lb.
Lake Tawakoni, Texas.
January 2, 2012
Re: Recomendations [Re: K.G] #12429153
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I've never seen a snap swivel or snap that I would recommend for crappie. Crappie don't usually attack a bait like white bass or black bass. Crappie tend to get a better look at the bait before they inhale it. Not always, but 80+% of the time. Snaps and swivels = less bites IMHO.


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Re: Recomendations [Re: K.G] #12429290
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I use the Mustad Fastach Clip SZ. 0 UltraPoint
They work great, and make changing jigs/lures fast and easy. It also comes in the KVD version which is a little more.
I tried another type and ended up throwing them away, they were a waste.
Tying a loop knot probably works just as good.
If you get them attach one to your jig first then tie it on the line using a cinch knot. Much easier than trying to tie the small clip on by itself.
Do a search online you can find them at reasonable price by looking around.

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Any of the small duolocks will work fine.

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Re: Recomendations [Re: BrazosRiverTom] #12429873
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Originally Posted By: BrazosRiverTom
I use the Mustad Fastach Clip SZ. 0 UltraPoint
They work great, and make changing jigs/lures fast and easy. It also comes in the KVD version which is a little more.
I tried another type and ended up throwing them away, they were a waste.
Tying a loop knot probably works just as good.
If you get them attach one to your jig first then tie it on the line using a cinch knot. Much easier than trying to tie the small clip on by itself.
Do a search online you can find them at reasonable price by looking around.
thumb THEY WORK JUST FINE for me!

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