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Soft plastics for drifting jugs? #13442079 02/17/20 03:45 PM
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Seems like swim baits would make for good drift jug fishing. Any of you ever tried it?


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Re: Soft plastics for drifting jugs? [Re: WillieRip] #13442646 02/18/20 12:08 AM
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Never tried it, but it seems like you would get a lot of bycatch.

Re: Soft plastics for drifting jugs? [Re: WillieRip] #13442957 02/18/20 12:22 PM
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Dad’s ole Tackle list them for 9.99 .


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Re: Soft plastics for drifting jugs? [Re: WillieRip] #13443053 02/18/20 02:03 PM
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Not sure that would work well for catfish. I mean I have caught catfish on plastic worms, jigs, spinnerbaits, and crankbaits but that seems different than a swimbait just sitting there or very slowly drifting along.

In the cold water, I could see that working on sandies or hybrids, they will hammer a deadsticked plastic or jig.

Its an interesting idea though... give it a whirl and let us know!



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