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Ive.heard of people putting weird stuff on a c-rig before, like crank baits & jerkbaits. Ive came up with a new twist. Im gonna try an a-rig with 5 lizards, or worms ect. I plan on varying the length of the leaders & putting different colors on each one to see what the fish like best. I could even go with 5 different baits, 1 worm, 1 lizard, 1 fluke, 1 beaver & 1 swimbait. That would have to increase my odds of getting bit. 😂

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You're gonna get a shoulder workout throwing that thing, dood.  ;)

I like the idea.  You might wanna start off with two, then work your way up to max load.  Check out the donkey rig when you get a minute - it may give you some ideas on how to rig this one up.

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I've thrown a Donkey rig a few times. It looks great but I haven't caught a thing on it. Wrong place, time, bait, idk but not a nibble. Looks sweet though. 

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Donkey rig is killer when bait moves up shallow in spring and fall.  Also very effective over schoolers.

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You fishing, or training for World’s Strongest Man? LOL. That’s gonna get you a heckuva workout

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On 10/22/2019 at 2:58 PM, SteveHTN said:

You fishing, or training for World’s Strongest Man? LOL. That’s gonna get you a heckuva workout

Nah. I've got a 7-11" shimano crucial flippin stick that makes 4oz swimbaits feel like a shad rap. Lol.

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