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:p Hey fella's WooooHoooo it's Friday

As soon as I can get myself back on the water 8) I plan to drag a Slug-go around opposite a 1-2 mtr diver.

Has anybody had success with this method

Also plan to change the SP with a popper at times just to mix it up a bit. I have a few Roosta poppers that look very inviting. Will use a few snap backs to target some massive Trevally in Botany bay at the moment, :roll: well :oops: massive by Sydney standards anyway Fishbrain.

:D fishing Russ
 

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Slug-go's are great. We cleaned up on some School Mackeral from a mates boat about 3 weeks ago using them. Im hoping to pick some up today and use them out from Palm Beach on the yak tomorrow.
 

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Hey Russ.

Well mate slugs catch practically anything that swims and eats another fish. So I would be expecting something. Esspecially if you mix up the speed you are yacking at. Because obviously fish like flathead and flounder will like a bottom bouncing, slow retrive where as fish like gt's, longtom and tailor will like a fast retrieve between mid-water and the surface depending on where abouts they are in the water column.

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Can i ask whats a slug-go? ive been looking on the net but cant find anything. Its a HB right?

Thanks Rik

:oops: Never mind there SP's and look like this.
Ive had them sat in my tackle box for ever and not gave them ago.
Can i ask whats the best way to rig them? as you can see i got them on weightless gamakatsuis 3/0 hooks.
And once rig how do i use them?
 

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If I'm not wrong RIK :p and I always is,
You can do with them anything you like and they work. I 've seen them cast off the rocks with a ball sinker run down to the nose, also on a single Paternoster rig dropped down bottom, also cast and retreived at surface structure at a rapid rate so it's up to your imagination I guess. I reckon they would work a treat off a downrigger.

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thanks Red ive got some rigged on jh's too. I know with the river being quite fast moving i need 1/4 jh's to keep SP's on the bottom. so i might try that.
I was thinking of using them this weekend to drift with, what you guys think?
 
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