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Old 09-13-2006, 10:38 AM   #1
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Plastic Artificals

Im a new guys on here (so please dont murder me with this post lol) I have been fishing on and off for a while now. I have gotten serious in the last year. I am a frequent canal fisherman. I usually use sluggos and the storm shads mostly in the canal. I just wanted to know if there are any other great plastics that I can buy and that are effective? I usually end up buying a bunch of stuff and wasting money and have no luck when using them. I was wondering if you guys can lead me in the right track?? Also what colors are more effective with the sluggos?
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Old 06-04-2007, 10:11 PM   #2
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Ronz

A great new plastic is the ronz. I prefer silver sand eel 6 or 8 oz. great for schoolies or Cows
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Old 06-06-2007, 09:37 PM   #3
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i hope u mean inches... thats a lot of rubber plastic




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Im a new guys on here (so please dont murder me with this post lol) I have been fishing on and off for a while now. I have gotten serious in the last year. I am a frequent canal fisherman. I usually use sluggos and the storm shads mostly in the canal. I just wanted to know if there are any other great plastics that I can buy and that are effective? I usually end up buying a bunch of stuff and wasting money and have no luck when using them. I was wondering if you guys can lead me in the right track?? Also what colors are more effective with the sluggos?
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in the canal, ure better off using an atom plug for a plastic. they make several models such as their swimmer, popper, and others. however, for the canal i would say get some nice wood plugs. darters, pencils, danny swimmers, poppers, and many more. the wood tends to get out a little further than the plastic stuff just cause its ussualy more dense. hope this helps. the color thing is a whole nother story. ussually lighter colors in the day and darker at night. make up any combo u want




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i hope u mean inches... thats a lot of rubber plastic
i meant inches
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