Check out this deadly spoon system for big bluegills introduced by one of In-Fisherman’s readers.
I have been useing a tactic similar to this on the Snake River in Washington for yellow perch.My biggest one so far was almost 17 inches.I haven't tried gulp yet ,come time to fish for perch I'll give it a try.We use a small chunk of worm on a number 6 bait holder Eagle Claw hook.We are only allowed to fish with one rod up here but once we find them ,two rods would be impossible to handle.We have also used cut bait,perch eyes,which some times work better than worms.One trick we use once we find the fish is to take one of the anchor's and pound it up and down on the bottom a few times to muddy the water it calls the fish in close to the boat so we can fish right under the boat.Once we get them close we switch to a number 4 hookso we so catch the bigger perch. Next time you go perch fishing try this .Thanks for listening and good fishin to ya.
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Isn't this more about finding the fish. If you put those same gulp minnows in front of those fish rigged on jig heads you'd probably catch just as many. This seems overly complex.
Anybody else had trouble finding the EC 210 hooks? I can't find them anywhere. Any ideas for a suitable replacement?
I think someone has given the wrong hook number. I use a #6 aberdeen and a #2 split ring. It works fine. I can't find The Eagle Claw hooks on it's website. Bummer!!!!!!!!!!
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I fish in Wisconsin and Arizona; in Arizona it is hard to find big sunfish. I'll try this system and use it in deeper water and along cliff faces. Add more video's they are great.