After using those new floating crawfish baits I came to find out the best way to rig them are on a non-peg weight. I mean most guys peg there weights up to the hook eye for flipping and thats great but on this new floating bait its good to non-peg them so the crawfish has slack line to float high and to stand up off the bottom. If you fish with it along the bank and watch it you will understand what I mean. When you hop it off the bottom and then its comes to a rest on the bottom you will see the crawfish start to float right up. It will be in a stand up mode. Thats what a bass loves about those baits how it stands up. I have been using them for some time now and I really like how they catch fish. I think this YouTube video was showed before. If youre interested in the web site on those baits just email me at email@example.com and I will email you it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlmP0lw3HP4 - fixed link - WebDude
Now I need to come up with some material to keep me on top, eh? I was thinking of contacting some of the people who have contributed articles here to see if they would mind if I could post them there... and of course, they would get the credit... and of course, I would link back to MFP. I may also contact some of you users to see if I could post a pic once in a while. I would really like to get the traffic going here, though lately, I have nothing to complain about.
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