Hawnjigs said:...those pin tail plastics don't look like they have much action...
= The paddletail swim baits, 4 inch are killer here in Kansas. 1/8 or 1/4 oz. jigheads depending on depth. My preference for jighead is a shakie style with a larger hook like an owner/gami in 2/0-4/0. Really sticks those eyes.AtticaFish said:
Go with the turbo. I catch walleye year round with them. Even dead of winter fishing the spillways of local reservoirs. Give them a try and good luck.Hawnjigs said:I know the Fire Fly is a dead simple feather tie on a ball head - are the other two also tie patterns? Interesting that a In-Fisherman walleye authority Doug Stange prefers 1/2 - 3/4 oz. heads with big paddle tail plastics. Quite different from your finesse approach, Redman.
On the mfg. website, there is a 3" pin tail and a 4" paddle tail "turbo" version of the Walleye Assassin.