Are you catching all the fish you could be catching? Nose Hooked, Texas Rigged, nose Weighted, there are so many different ways to fish a fluke! Which one is the best? When should you use each rigging method?
Matt and Tim explain the different ways to fish a fluke and how to use it to its full potential. This isn't just a bait for schooling fish or fry guarders during the post spawn. The fluke can be fished as a topwater one minute and as an aggressive reaction bait in 40+ feet of water the next.
Below is a break down of the rigging styles and hardware needed as well as the rods the guys use for each method.
Standard Texas Rigging...
Nose Rigged "Banjo Minnow Style"...
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Deep Water Method...
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