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What size and weight on a Bama Rig #13437096 02/12/20 06:03 PM
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I'm throwing the Flash Mob Jr with 3" to 3 1/2" paddle tails and a 1/8 to 3/16 OZ jighead on each.

Wondered how this compares with what other guys are throwing. I do a SLOW reel with a constant
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Re: What size and weight on a Bama Rig [Re: kirbydog] #13497252 04/01/20 02:26 PM
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I never go above 1/8. It gets to heavy to cast for me if I go heavier.

I only use it to find fish though. Normally switch to a jerkbait or single large swimbait once I catch one on the A rig.

Also use a decent sized swivel to reduce line twist.


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Re: What size and weight on a Bama Rig [Re: kirbydog] #13607496 06/25/20 01:16 PM
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I throw either 1/4 or 1/8. I have gone up to 3/8 before when I am fishing super deep water, but it definitely wears you out a lot faster.

Re: What size and weight on a Bama Rig [Re: kirbydog] #13870451 02/02/21 03:50 AM
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1/8th Matt Allen swimbait heads.

Re: What size and weight on a Bama Rig [Re: kirbydog] #13870627 02/02/21 01:27 PM
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1/8. The screw head designs look to be the best.
But I’ve still got to go through a bunch of old school Kalin’s and Gambler lures lure lock design jig heads first.


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