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Ron Burgundy

Rembrandt and purist

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How do you fish these? From Little Atom. Live bait or no? They are so light. One is a little spinner blade soldered to a hook with what looks like a thin rubber tube on it. The purist is just a hook with a tube on it. The tube kind of looks like some sort of short worm or grub.

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For the purist, 2 pound test or less and I usually put a goldenrod gall grub on for taste. I've tried the little power bait nibbles but a goldenrod grub is the way to go. The shallower the water, the better off you are as they are very light. Use the orange with chartruse head or the all pink. I have had the best luck with these late in the season. Good luck.

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Anybody about the rembrandt?

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