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mumro
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Joined: Tue Mar 6th, 2007
Location: Gauteng
Posts: 142
Equipment: 2xiron feather wafts,saltiga50.tn30,tn14
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Favorite Fishing Spot: waenhuiskrans
Boat: venom bassboat with yummy 130
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Mana: 
howzit guys

does anybody have any illustrations or pictures of traces for clipping baits,that will not twirl around the sinker line,going to be targetting kob,steenbras etc.....ive seen how they make the pulley rig on the video"screeming reels in henties"is this rig effective anybody tried this rig?:)

mumro
Senior Member


Joined: Tue Mar 6th, 2007
Location: Gauteng
Posts: 142
Equipment: 2xiron feather wafts,saltiga50.tn30,tn14
Best Catch: 
Favorite Fishing Spot: waenhuiskrans
Boat: venom bassboat with yummy 130
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Mana: 
guys nobody clips there baits to the sinkers so that its more aero dynamic?

BRENDON
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Joined: Wed Nov 15th, 2006
Location: Cape Town, South Africa
Posts: 1080
Equipment: To many to mention
Best Catch: My Wife
Favorite Fishing Spot: Predominantly in the sea
Boat: Blessed
Club: WP 326, Four Oceans Angling ; Just Kayak Fishing
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Mana: 
hi most guys clip their baits to the sinker. it makes it more streamlined and you get more distance in your cast.

your hook snoot must be lets say 10cm shorter than your sinker line. the sinkers sold these days usually have the bait clip attached to the sinker. never cover your hook point.

before you cast,clip your hook to the clip on the sinker, and cast. as soon as your sinker/bait hits the water,the pressure of the water unclips the hook and its free to move in the current.

hope this helps