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Ring Fry #14361503 05/06/22 03:42 PM
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Anyone fishing a ring fry, Texas Rig, Carolina Rig?


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Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14361565 05/06/22 04:47 PM
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I love to fish ring fry’s, especially on a C rig.

Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14361581 05/06/22 05:04 PM
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Ring fry is just about the closest thing you can fish that mimics a brim.
After the bass spawn the brim move in to spawn, and bass love to feed on them and get their revenge on them from months of being pestered by the little bastages.
Put a small bass pro shops football shaped egg sinker 6" in front of the hook and flip wood.

Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14361592 05/06/22 05:18 PM
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Nope use stud fry

Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14361863 05/07/22 01:10 AM
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Used to fish with them for years. Weightless on a 5/0 EWG superline hook.


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Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14362017 05/07/22 11:41 AM
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I've been known to use a ring fry. laugh

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Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14362119 05/07/22 02:08 PM
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Been my best bait on Fork this spring. Watermelon red.

Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14362140 05/07/22 02:30 PM
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Baby Ring Fry is my, Go-To bait.

I Texas Rig it with a light a weight as I can, in Watermelon Pepper, or Chartreuse/Watermelon laminate during the spawn.

Don't forget to Chartreuse Spike-It no more than 1/2".

If one end wears out, turn it around and hook the other end.


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Re: Ring Fry [Re: ring fry] #14362144 05/07/22 02:35 PM
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I've been known to use a ring fry. laugh

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I don't believe you ring fry
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GOD is good!
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My best all time bait for carolina rigging, chartreuse!

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Originally Posted by SC-001
Nope use stud fry


They still make those?


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Re: Ring Fry [Re: Mark C] #14366573 05/13/22 03:14 AM
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Nope use stud fry


They still make those?



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Nope use stud fry


They still make those?



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Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14366872 05/13/22 03:50 PM
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I have boxes of chart with red fleck bubble fries. Would make you a deal if you are in Austin or Houston area.

Re: Ring Fry [Re: rodknocker] #14367077 05/13/22 07:23 PM
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Love Ring Fry’s. Many ways to rig but my favorite is weightless w/a 4/0 Superline EWG hook. That heavier hook gives it just enough weight to fall slow. The thicker the cover the better. Used to hammer big fish up in the pads in the middle of winter on Monticello with this bait. Don’t know the rhyme or reason but some are packages are scented and some are not. Does not specify on the packaging. The scented baits are strongly scented. You could smell the garlic after an entire day. Heck you would smell the garlic when the bait was just sitting there in the boat close to you. Big fan

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