David...I use a fixed, or attached float, for about 95% of my float fishing options, including the Poly Wogz. There are times when I have found some plastics that the fish haven't seen, and they seem to respond to them more than what is currently out there...even in some of the lightly fished ponds I go to. Still, like yourself, I find that a can of worms is hard to beat in the panfish world, either as a whole bait on a fine wire hook or as a tipping, attractive agent. Some things in nature you just can't improve on for the day in, day out success.
You're right...they don't look like much! But I have had them in my arsenal for about a year now. I fish them below a small pear-shaped bobber on 2 or 4 lb test UL spinning gear. Twitch-twitch, pause, twitch, pause, twitch -twitch-twitch, pause....something like that.
They have a needle thin tail, that I believe has action beyond some of the other brands out there. Plus, they have a very strong, garlic odor..'infused with CB's Hawg Sauce'...as is advertised. I am not a huge fan of plastics, with my own hairjigs and all. But yesterday they actually outfished live worms on a fairly tough bite. Fish em on 1/32 oz jigheads or 1/64. I like 1/32nd's.
Hey David, No Family there that I am aware of. My people immigrated to south central Missouri, and I was born in Iowa. I think they made a wrong turn when the boat landed. lol Living here in Georgia now and loving it!
Glad to hear all parties are doing well! Not sure where the family is going to end up. They are househunting and you know how that goes. My son-in-law has family in Greer so they will be stopping there on the trip down....Like you said, lots of possibilities for gills in that area....Thanks for the friend request....
I finally got out to fish it felt great and we know it don't take much to make me happy in the fishing department. My sweet sister in law said she would set with the wife if I wanted to go. I guess we knew what that answer would be. I didn't catch lots of fish but I caught some quality fish. That don't mean I didn't catch any small ones cause I did. I threw them back. I did get about 6 P seeds probably between 6 and 7 inches that I wish I had kept and put in my pond, to me they are the most beautiful fresh water fish going. I used 1 ½ inch white pearl twister tail with a red 1/16 oz head. I caught total of 6 crappies,4 large mouth bass, 6 punkin seeds, 3 bluegills, 1 rock bass and 8 small perch. Had a blast. Have a good day and GOOD FISHIN..
I hear that. We lived in Charleston for 13 years and it gets humid down there. I fished Moultrie and Marion and you had to look for fish deeper once that heat set in. Its only suppose to be mid 80's in N.C. tommorow so I'm excited about that. We are packed up ready to go at first light in the morning. Good Luck if you get out there this week Dave!