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Going out with Tony on Saturday off Girvan . I know lead heads with a jelly worm are the norm off his boat for pollack and the odd codling, but wondering if anyone has been successful with another tactic? A flowing trace rig for example.
 

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Unfortunately it will be next weekend now as Tony's boat has engine trouble .
I was going to use these new smelly "Gulp" sea ragworm (400 times more scented than normal bait and therefore catches more) on a leadhead.
 

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take a couple of 2 hook paternoster rigs with tiny short 4 inch snoods with size 2 kamasan uptides and when the boat drifts over a patch of wrasse slip that rig on and you wil heave them up. use a 1-2 oz lead on the bottoom. otherwise 1 oz leadheads with large rag do best for pollack, and dont forget---dont strike! just a steady retrieve.
 
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