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Often when fishing gets tough long leaders go lengths to help anglers catch more fish especially during the dog days of summer. Lindy rigging with seven and eight feet leaders can quickly pay off when rigging bait versus using the standard three foot leaders. These long leaders on a wolf river rig also pays dividends for anglers using plain hooks or spinners.

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I only shorefish the river and that long of a leader would be a little tough casting. In your opinion, do you think any length longer than the 3 ft standard would help out like say 4 or 5 ft? I generally make my own rigs and might have to try a longer lead. Thanks for the tip.

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