- Use it with a "Shaky" style set up and watch the action.
- Thinner and eaiser to Twitch than the original.
- Terrific as a Wacky Style bait.
- Even if you're an old hand with the original Slug-Go, the options and versatility offered by the SS will excite you. It's slinkier, squirmier action accentuates the "alive but struggling" quality that triggers gamefish. Split shot or Carolina rig it and that supple tail will dance seductively in response every pebble or twig you bounce the weight across. Texas rigged with a LunkerGrip Sinker, the SS comes through dense vegetation better than any plastic worm you've ever used. Hang a 7" Slug-Go SS on a LunkerGrip Head or your favorite "shaky" style jighead and shiver the rod tip. The action of the long, slithery tail is sensational. To cover water quickly, try a Slug-Go SS rigged swimmin' worm style, on a Stitchin' Hook with a swivel a foot or two up the line. To work a specific spot as slowly and enticingly as possible, or to work an up-tempo, "twitch and dive" routine, try a wacky rigged SS. From the basic rig with an Insert Weight in the SS' nose and a Stitchin' Hook in its back, to the ultimate wacky rig, with a Lunker Grip Wacky Weight in the nose and the "straight gap bend" of the Texposer acting as a hinge, the Slug-Go SS's undulating, slithering motion is more than the bass can stand.
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