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SaDaTayMoses
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


I use the plastic clips from wal marks. Used to tie skip knot, but saw the clips, and are 100 times easier and quicker.

Eta: it's the hanger clips with the teeth.

Another tip, replace all hooks with small trebel hooks. Never lose a fish. You're welcome



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doc70767
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


I live in St francisville and have been looking for them. Where can you buy them around baton Rouge?





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4LSU2
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


What kind of clips? Can you post a pic of them?





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Geauxtiga
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


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I use the plastic clips from wal marks. Used to tie skip knot, but saw the clips, and are 100 times easier and quicker.
Yeah those are the ones I use. I'm starting to see a lot more people use them.

To the poster asking for pics, I searched and didn't see any. Will try to take a picture of one of mine when I get a chance.






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SaDaTayMoses
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INFIDEL
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Cool idea with the clip. I think I like it. Gonna try it with a few next time. Not sure about the treble hook. Don't think my shiner would have enough action dragging around a treble hook. I think I'll buy a box off trebles and put em in my yo-yo box for a "mayber later" plan.





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SaDaTayMoses
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


They are small...about what would be on a rogue or rattle trap.. shiners move just fine with them.





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doc70767
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


I live in St francisville and have been looking for them. Where can you buy them around baton Rouge?





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Geauxtiga
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


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I live in St francisville and have been looking for them. Where can you buy them around baton Rouge?



LINK






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REB BEER
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Academy has them for $22.99 per dozen.

About the clips. Do you clip that to a branch, or wrap it around the branch and clip back to the string?



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SaDaTayMoses
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Clip to branch





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Flamefighter
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Dorcheat Bayou!!





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INFIDEL
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Do not buy the H and H yo yos. There are shite.





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Dodd
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Damn this thread pisses me off. Wish I had some cypress near me to do some yo yoing





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SportTiger1
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


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Clip to branch


That little clip is going to hold on to a branch with a 3 lb catfish pulling against. Maybe so be that's pushing it if you by chance get a big boy on the line.






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greasemonkey
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re: Do yo-yos really work well for sac-a-lait?


Yo yos are great for speckled perch





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