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    Jig heads with stinger hooks


    Wondering if anyone here uses them. And if so how you rig it.

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    If I used stinger hooks in the Sheyenne, I might as well just stop at the first bridge, toss my entire jig supply in the river, and head to the bar. It'd save lots of time tying, cussing, stress, frustration, anger, probably blood, and I'd end up at the bar anyway. However, in on smooth sand bottoms, vertical jigging cold water, or fishing suspended fish, they work well. When I have used them, I prefer the stinger be on a separate ring as the clip on ones tend to push the bait off the main hook IME.

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    When we used to use them a lot we used the fireball jigs

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    I like to use them ice fishing on a real lite bite. It helps when the jigs have a place to hook the stinger hook, like on those banana jigs.

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