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    Marukyu Power Isome

    Not sure if this should be in here so if not sorry, i am thinking of buying some of these rubber worms and just wanted to know the best way to hook them if i don't use a jig head,i am going to try them off a clean beach and try a very slow retrieve just to see if anything will take,there are flounder and bass on the beach but not too many at the moment.

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    WSF Hardcore Poster furryontheinside's Avatar
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    I (mostly) use telescopics as I have to strap (up to) 3 or 4 to a bicycle toptube.
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    pop bottle!!! :) 4 x Rovex Ceratec also all working well so far. :)
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    I like mackerel best, also larger species from the cod family, and the occasional bass.
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    my cute li'l dingy, it even fits in my bicycle trailer
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    Not tried them as I'm put off by the price; but there's a thread going on the lure section at the moment about how to retrieve them, they've not mentioned how to hook them but I guess ask on there. I've opted for the rubber (isome are starch based) Fladen ragworm/centipedes steeped in oriental shrimp paste to flavour them a little.. and I think I'll thread them up a small hook pennel so I don't miss bites on the tail of the "worm" and then float fish them as well as fish them flattie style as you mentioned and just see what works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furryontheinside View Post
    Not tried them as I'm put off by the price; but there's a thread going on the lure section at the moment about how to retrieve them, they've not mentioned how to hook them but I guess ask on there. I've opted for the rubber (isome are starch based) Fladen ragworm/centipedes steeped in oriental shrimp paste to flavour them a little.. and I think I'll thread them up a small hook pennel so I don't miss bites on the tail of the "worm" and then float fish them as well as fish them flattie style as you mentioned and just see what works.
    Thanks buddy, i will have a look for the tread

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    Global and Lure Moderator Nick Phillips's Avatar
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    Light tackle *Sportfishing* LRF/HRF High level target rifle.
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    Century HPR 7'3", Graphiteleader Finezza,DFR Sage,Yamaga Blanks.
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    BRANZINO 3000,LUVIAS 3000/2500,RARENIUM 4000 and GEKKABEJIN.
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    over the last 38 years have caught specimen fish of many species mainly Toothy ones.
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    Like my feet on the ground.
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    Rig them with a small off set hook weedless (texas style) so you can avoid snaggingetc.....

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    Drowning worms and butchering crabs.
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    Leeda Icon ultra power with a 7ht strapped to it. Shazam, can you feel the magic?
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    7ht strapped to Leeda Icon ultra power. Feel the magic getting bigger?
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    Blue shark
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    Swallow, Looe
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    I know fishyrob has had a lot of success on the south coast with these when targeting plaice. Ewenny angling in bridgend usually has them on the shelf for the LRF blokes



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