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Charlie Brewer Sliders #13279160 09/13/19 12:46 AM
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How do these work when vertical jigging?

Re: Charlie Brewer Sliders [Re: Tex5000] #13279447 09/13/19 10:56 AM
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THEY WORK JUST FINE! there was a guy a while back @ Navarro mills reservoir using them in the fishing barge & he was catching big crappie with them.

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I will try them.

Re: Charlie Brewer Sliders [Re: Tex5000] #13281354 09/15/19 01:39 PM
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Great for fishing brush. You hang up less and can get closer to the thickest cover. I have done well on the white/chartreuse and the chartreuse and black. Hang on tight, because you might also stir a big bass out of his house. I have rolled some huge ones that way.

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Originally Posted by JWfish
Great for fishing brush. You hang up less and can get closer to the thickest cover. I have done well on the white/chartreuse and the chartreuse and black. Hang on tight, because you might also stir a big bass out of his house. I have rolled some huge ones that way.

Funny you should mention brush because that`s what the guy @ Navarro mills was doing. He would just drop it down and lay it on the brush lift it up slightly and lower it and get Hammered.

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