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How about dual-hooks and triple-hooks rig for light drifting current for shorelining?

Gonna have to see Leo , would prefer that for drifting in a boat and dropping down and drifting  .Had a few tangle problems casting into wind from shore today with the float, shot jig/rig, but by being careful lob casting it worked well. Like tandem rigs when the action is more of a chasing nature, slow retrieve

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hey John-- do you need any treble hooks??  i think i could proably help if you need any!!  

no thanks pal I'm good

Anyone out there have experience and testimony on these ? Found these floats today at my local shop .Never seen them before but great design when you want to fish the column ,remove and fish the bottom , or change float size ,no need to retie. Thills are costly but made in the U.S.A. and are great floats . These are a newer design for the mini stealth's.  

i like it...

you've used them slip?

no this is the first time I seen them

I like the idea

yes great design

Removable fixed/slip float option .  

Have a look at these British style floats .Polaris floats. Any ever try them? http://www.polaristackle.co.uk/en/26-polaris-floats

they look great for sensitivity and maybe long poling... but they look like a nightmare to long cast

Yes, except for maybe the "Carp Bomb " style.

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