Tight Line Rigs

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Tight Line Rigs
There is a Perch Rig I want to share with everyone. I had a little bit of input into the design of this rig and I have been doing really good with this rig, in fact I have gotten more jumbos this year. It could be the rig or luck not sure yet.I have gotten a ton PM's on some other forums asking about this rig and I have heard from a few already that they are doing really well on them. So I thought I would share it with as many people has I could. [url=http://www.outdoorblog.net/outinmichigan/2011/09/08/tight-lining-yellow-... yellow pygmy walleye[/url]
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Good idea. Definetly avoids the tangles one gets dropping up and down using the other style rigs as well. Would also keep the shiner straight up and down when hooking through the head (my favortie way). The guys who hook under the dorsel finn probably would not like it.

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It works just fine for hooking in the back. I hook through the head or tail area with this rig most of the time.
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