Bass Tackle Organization? | Page 4 | TigerDroppings.com

Posted byMessage
Palo Gaucho
Bossier City
Member since Jul 2013
1031 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


Forgot about tha launch. Good spot to put in to fish Alligator and the river





Back to top
Clyde Tipton
LSU Fan
Planet Earth
Member since Dec 2007
21962 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


I nevr have launched there because I'm in my boat. For a yak fisherman though, that is the ticket.





Back to top
Polar Pop
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2012
5034 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


Carolina Rig -

Weight (what size?)

Bead

Barrel Swivel

Leader

Hook

Just pulling this off of a website..

Is this correct?






Back to top
laangler21
LSU Fan
On the lake.
Member since May 2012
2315 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


quote:

Carolina Rig -


Weight depends for me anywhere from 1/4-1oz
I rig it a little different"
Weight
Bead
Metal washer (clacker) not sure real name
Bead
Carolina Keeper Carolina keeper
Hook

ETA: the keeper makes adjusting the leader very quick.

ETAA: SP



This post was edited on 8/22 at 11:27 am


Back to top
AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
35275 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


I've gone away from clackers. Get too many weight bites. Fish dumb.





Back to top
laangler21
LSU Fan
On the lake.
Member since May 2012
2315 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


quote:

Get too many weight bites.


Only had a couple, took me a little while to figure out what happened.






Back to top
AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
35275 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


quote:

took me a little while to figure out what happened.
Lead weights tell the story. If I had used tungsten from the get go, I'd still be scratching my head and cutting off hooks.






Back to top
laangler21
LSU Fan
On the lake.
Member since May 2012
2315 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


quote:

tungsten


I never bought into this, everyone says they are great but I can't imagine they are that much better.






Back to top
Palo Gaucho
Bossier City
Member since Jul 2013
1031 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


90%+ of the time my C-rig consists of:
20lb. Seaguar flouro main line
15lb. McCoy leader
3/4 oz. weight (lead because they're cheap and you will break off regularly)
2 glass beads
swivel
And either a 2/0 or 3/0 gamagotsu offset wide gap hook



This post was edited on 8/22 at 11:31 am


Back to top
  Replies (0)
Polar Pop
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2012
5034 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


Thank you, what size/material leader are you using?

I am writing all of this down. Dont want yall to think you are talking to a brick wall, I really appreciate the information









Back to top
AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
35275 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


Not sure I can say better, but I like two things about them. Density and lack of deformation. The entry point of lead weights can get really whacked out. I am convinced that can lead to main line wear.





Back to top
laangler21
LSU Fan
On the lake.
Member since May 2012
2315 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


Good to know

Will keep an eye out for that line wear, never thought about it, but I can see your point.






Back to top
  Replies (0)
AlxTgr
LSU Fan
Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
35275 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


In the Senko dept., you'd do well to have some trick and finesse worms in a green base with fleck of your choice and a rootbeer/pumpkin base. Whatever you will throw with more confidence. I use tricks for South Carolina Rigs, weightless and whackey. finesse also.





Back to top
Polar Pop
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2012
5034 posts

re: Bass Tackle Organization?


quote:

In the Senko dept


Ill check those out. Wanting to get a spinning setup for finesse/trick worms.

All I have used so far is the watermelon/red senko and it is definately my go-to 100% confidence bait so far.






Back to top
  Replies (0)


Back to top