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KJ & Klein @ Camelot #13557394 05/14/20 02:42 PM
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Kelly & Gary are fishing Camelot Bell today. Follow along with the action on MLF’s Instagram page.
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Oh god. Don't let Big O see this!


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Follow along on MLF's "stories". Both have 1 fish so far.

Maybe Gary will talk a little more about that contraption he caught his on "double Berkley rig"


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Monty, go back and search the post about how to rig the Larew Hawg Craw. I gave my set-up for that bait when night fishing Fork back in the day, on that post. Gary's Double Berkley Rig is very similar. Only with a creature and a giant trickworm Instead of the Hawg Craw and Jawtec Wacky worm.


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Originally Posted by fouzman
Monty, go back and search the post about how to rig the Larew Hawg Craw. I gave my set-up for that bait when night fishing Fork back in the day, on that post. Gary's Double Berkley Rig is very similar. Only with a creature and a giant trickworm Instead of the Hawg Craw and Jawtec Wacky worm.



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One of my best Lake Fork night fishing fishing baits back in the day. They're thick so hook ups can be an issue. I figured out a way to get 100% on hook ups. I'd thread a twin tail trailer over the hook and up the line. Then I'd shove 2 glass rattles into the body of the Hawg Craw through each eye. Then rig the craw so that the bend of the hook is exposed thru the back of the craw. Slide the trailer worm down and imbed the exposed hook point into it. Then the worm weight which was pegged. I never used more than a 1/8 ounce weight. The bait had plenty of weigh built into it already with all the bulk.

Anyone else ever fish them like this? Bulky bait that moved a ton of water.


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Originally Posted by BigDozer66
Originally Posted by fouzman
Monty, go back and search the post about how to rig the Larew Hawg Craw. I gave my set-up for that bait when night fishing Fork back in the day, on that post. Gary's Double Berkley Rig is very similar. Only with a creature and a giant trickworm Instead of the Hawg Craw and Jawtec Wacky worm.



Originally Posted by fouzman
One of my best Lake Fork night fishing fishing baits back in the day. They're thick so hook ups can be an issue. I figured out a way to get 100% on hook ups. I'd thread a twin tail trailer over the hook and up the line. Then I'd shove 2 glass rattles into the body of the Hawg Craw through each eye. Then rig the craw so that the bend of the hook is exposed thru the back of the craw. Slide the trailer worm down and imbed the exposed hook point into it. Then the worm weight which was pegged. I never used more than a 1/8 ounce weight. The bait had plenty of weigh built into it already with all the bulk.

Anyone else ever fish them like this? Bulky bait that moved a ton of water.


I'll save him the trouble of looking Fouz! cheers

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